The Mad Mind of Author Thomas S. Flowers

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Tommy Author Picture - MonstersGreeting and welcome. Before you dig into the many articles and reviews offered here, allow me to tell you a little bit about the guy writing the books and the blog. I’m not a native Texan, but I like to call Houston home. I served in the U.S. Army. Due to my occupation, I have traveled somewhat broadly, to  Chicksands, England, Busan, and Seoul, South Korea, Roanoke, Virginia, Ft. Hood, Tikrit and Baghdad, Iraq, all over Texas, and now residing in Houston.  I’m also no stranger to the Appalachian Mountains nor the white sand beaches of Florida. I am happily married to a very loving, patient, and beautiful woman, she is my personal adviser in many things and she is my most vocal cheerleader. We have a daughter who amazes me every day with her intelligence and her love for nerdy things, including TMNT and “scary story’s!”

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“The delicate narrative is beautifully enhanced by Flowers’ writing style. The perfect metaphors are used at the perfect moments, not only to invoke terror, but to also allow the reader to live and breathe Flowers’ prose. One can only describe this anthology as ‘fine literature.’ Yes, some of the stories fall into the Splatterpunk genre, while others tend to evoke emotion on a much more psychological level – think Stephen King meets Brian Keene” -Horror Novel Reviews.

“Mr. Flowers has a deep appreciation of both history, and of the human condition, along its rather vast continuum. His horror I categorize as ‘literate horror,’ as it rises above simple splatter for splatter’ s sake. Each story subtly burrows into the reader’s mind and roots there, refusing to be dislodged. I find myself trying to find comparisons, unsuccessfully, because Thomas S. Flowers maintains a class all his own” -The Haunted Reading Room.

“The Hobbsburg Horror delivers an array of stories that show a darkly paranormal side to society. It hints at things beyond the limits of what we are aware of around us. I hear whispers in the dark as I read these stories which only serves to propel me farther into the book. Of everything he has published to date, this is probably my favorite offering from Thomas S. Flowers” -Confessions of a Reviewer.

The Hobbsburg Horror



Why are you afraid? They’re just stories…right?

From the author of THE SUBDUE SERIES and REINHEIT comes a new collection of dark fiction.


“They Came to Gordium,” an elderly man is haunted by the crimes of his past. “Immolate,” a widower detective struggles to solve the connection between a series of eerily similar suicides. “Sunnydale Wolves,” a romantic stop at a popular overlook turns deadly. “The Hobbsburg Horror” is a Lovecraftian tale of a weary reporter pulled into an otherworldly story of murder and a lodge with reports of strange colors at night. “Hobo,” a well-to-do housewife’s picture-perfect life is shattered by a home invasion. “Are you hungry, dear?” down on his luck divorcee Jacob Miller, after consuming a free pizza is possessed by an internal parasite. “From the Sea,” is a tale of an amateur sailor and his wife who are besieged by creatures that come from the sea during a storm. “Neon Fortune Teller”…Madam Drabardi reads the future of paranoid businessman Ronald Murray who believes his wife is cheating on him, but infidelity is not all Drabardi sees. “Nostos,” Katherine Adonis journeyed light years to escape the nightmares of her past, but some ghosts can never be escaped.



6 responses

  1. You are THE MAN! You are truly a person of great character, my friend. Much success to you.

    March 20, 2016 at 5:08 pm

    • Thank you, Bill. Your kindness and friendship mean at lot.

      March 21, 2016 at 12:59 am

  2. Extremely nice site!

    March 20, 2016 at 7:18 pm

    • Thanks, Ronnie! I try to keep the content fresh and fun!

      March 21, 2016 at 1:00 am

  3. Patrice Thess

    Read the Dwelling & the other book to it. Loved it right there with Stephen King who I love. Will read more of your books. Read on kindle through Amazon.

    March 26, 2016 at 11:36 am

    • Thank you should much, Patrice! Glad you enjoyed them.

      March 26, 2016 at 12:49 pm

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