Brick Marlin has been writing since he was a child. From an early age he was exposed to older, original horror movies. The great ones that have made a mark in history. He also tackled reading the likes of Stephen King, Clive Barker, Ray Bradbury, Kurt Vonnegut, Dean Koontz, Charles Dickens, Harper Lee, H.G. Wells, W. W. Jacobs, etc. Thus, he decided to engage himself and write horror and dark fantasy, scaring readers such as his parents, his friends, a handful of neighbors, and even leaving a few school teachers scratching their heads wondering if the boy should be committed or not with his gruesome tales of terror. Short story ideas continued to visit. A book idea or two sometimes stopped by for a sit. In 2007 he decided to take a more professional approach with his work. Hence, as a member of the Horror Writers Association, already having five books published by small presses with one more in the works coming soon, nearly twenty-five short stories published, adding to the few anthologies and collaborations with other authors, Brick Marlin trudges onward, hoping to achieve more creations, living in the minds of his characters making decisions such as whether to turn the knob and enter through the Red Door, or perhaps try and take a chance at the Blue Door, the one that is already ajar, a bony finger beckoning the next visitor. You can also visit Brick at: http://www.brickmarlin.com/

 

DARL PACES OF REST

Some say a person can change attitudes, change moods, and so forth, but in this tale Selwyn’s change involves a slip into the odd and into the bizarre as he is shoved into a world without an option of looking back, only an option of looking over his shoulder, watching out for the horrors.

RAISING RILEY

Some say a person can change attitudes, change moods, and so forth, but in this tale Selwyn’s change involves a slip into the odd and into the bizarre as he is shoved into a world without an option of looking back, only an option of looking over his shoulder, watching out for the horrors.