Greetings and Welcome.
Before you dig into the many articles and reviews offered here, allow us to tell you a little bit about the guys writing the books and the blog. The fellow in the picture on the right, that’s Thomas S. Flowers. Not a native Texan, but he likes to call Houston home. He served in the U.S. Army for 7 years and due to his occupation, has traveled somewhat broadly, including Chicksands, England, Busan, and Seoul, South Korea, Roanoke, Virginia, Tikrit and Baghdad, Iraq, all over Texas, and now residing in Houston. He’s also no stranger to the Appalachian Mountains nor the white sand beaches of Florida. Thomas is happily married to a very loving, patient, and beautiful woman, she is his personal adviser in many things and most vocal cheerleader. They have a daughter who amazes them every day with her intelligence and her love for nerdy things, including TMNT and “scary story’s!”
Here on the left, we’ve got Chad A. Clark. A midwestern born author, living most of his life in Iowa as well as in Illinois and Michigan. He studied at the University of Iowa and has been cultivating his own passion for the written word for most of that time. He focuses on genre fiction, namely horror and science fiction. In 2014, he published Borrowed Time, his first book, a collection of short stories. His writing can also be seen at his personal blog, http://www.bakedscribe.com where an original piece of short fiction is shared every week. For more information on Clark, go to cclarkfiction.net
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” I think Shakespeare would’ve enjoyed it” –Lydian Faust.
“FEAST is dark, dark, dark. I expect I will have nightmares for quite some time. What a story!” –The Haunted Reading Room.
What would you do for family?
Between the rural Texas towns of Bass and Sat is one of the most popular barbecue restaurants in America. Big Butts Bar-B-Que has been the seat of power for the Fleming family since the Great Depression, but when tragedy and scandal beset Titus and his surviving transgender son Lavinia, deals are made to keep control of the restaurant. An arrangement that will put a father at odds with his legacy. As the table is set, is it just the keys to the barbecue kingdom some are after, or something else entirely?
An extreme horror story inspired by Shakespeare’s play Titus Andronicus.
Two Bells At Dawn
Ghosts. Aliens. Serial killers. Monsters.
Any and all of these find their way into the stories contained within this volume. Taken from the Baked Scribe blog, these range from horror to science fiction to dark humor and any number of spots in between. Step into the imaginings of Chad A. Clark. Enjoy these tales that are short enough to fit into your busy lives but heavy enough to stay with you, long after you put the book down.