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Nick Cutter

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Toronto, Canada
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The usual. Alcohol, mainly.

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June 2013


About this author

Hello Everybody!

I've been asked to set this up by The Powers That Be, and I'm more than happy to, although I can't really say much about myself seeing as Nick Cutter doesn't exactly exist—he's a pen name. A cool, tough pen name! Your mileage will vary on whether you agree, but that was the thinking. Horror writers should have crisp, punchy names. Stephen King. Clive Barker. Nick Cutter. Not that I'm putting myself in their league, no way no how, but I'm just saying that was the idea behind the name.

Personally, I wanted to be known as Lemondrop Pennyfeather, but that suggested nom de plume was cruelly stricken down.

Aaaanywhoo, I've written this book, The Troop. Do you like horror books? Do you like Boy Scouts (not in a weird, Canteen-Boyish
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Nick Cutter My landlord deals with my writer's block by asking for the rent every month. The prospect of being homeless is a great antidote for writer's block.
Nick Cutter I suppose there could be, Greg, and a few other people have raised that possibility, but at the moment there's no sequel in the works.
Average rating: 3.63 · 7,493 ratings · 1,940 reviews · 4 distinct works · Similar authors
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3.68 of 5 stars 3.68 avg rating — 6,100 ratings — published 2014 — 15 editions
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Hello Fellow Goodreaders,

The Deep, the book following The Troop, will be out January 13th. Anyone interested in checking out the site dedicated to the book, with interviews and bonus material and so on and so forth, can go here:

www.thedeepbook.ca

Or if you’d like to check out my amazon author pages, with ordering links and some bonus material, you can do so:

http://www.amazon.ca/b?ie=UTF8&no.... Read more of this blog post »
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"okay, so the back of this book claims it is like The Abyss meets The Shining, and on the one hand, you might think to yourself "yeah, well it's a horror book that takes place under the sea - pretty lazy comparison, that." but it's actually a perfe..." Read more of this review »
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Well, this is wonderful to see and to read! I am in your debt, milady. My firstborn, my kidney, whatever you may need. I am at your ser
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“The past had a perfection that the future could never hold.”
Nick Cutter, The Troop

“How could you hide from a murderer who lives under your skin?”
Nick Cutter, The Troop

“It came down to that flexibility of a person’s mind. An ability to withstand horrors and snap back, like a fresh elastic band. A flinty mind shattered. In this way, he was glad not to be an adult. A grown-up’s mind—even one belonging to a decent man like Scoutmaster Tim—lacked that elasticity. The world had been robbed of all its mysteries, and with those mysteries went the horror. Adults didn’t believe in old wives’ tales. You didn’t see adults stepping over sidewalk cracks out of the fear that they might somehow, some way, break their mothers’ backs. They didn’t wish on stars: not with the squinty-eyed fierceness of kids, anyway. You’ll never find an adult who believes that saying “Bloody Mary” three times in front of a mirror in a dark room will summon a dark, blood-hungry entity. Adults were scared of different things: their jobs, their mortgages, whether they hung out with the “right people,” whether they would die unloved. These were pallid compared to the fears of a child—leering clowns under the bed and slimy monsters capering beyond the basement’s light and faceless sucking horrors from beyond the stars. There’s no 12-step or self-help group for dealing with those fears. Or maybe there is: you just grow up. And when you do, you surrender the nimbleness of mind required to believe in such things—but also to cope with them. And so when adults find themselves in a situation where that nimbleness is needed . . . well, they can’t summon it. So they fall to pieces: go insane, panic, suffer heart attacks and aneurysms brought on by fright. Why? They simply don’t believe it could be happening. That’s what’s different about kids: they believe everything can happen, and fully expect it to.”
Nick Cutter, The Troop

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Dustin Hi, good day,Nick!

I hope all's well with you and yours.:)


Thank you very much for the friendship, I really appreciate it.


Have a wonderful day and weekend!


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