Not all angels are sane.
Someone saved David Barker’s life, but he doesn’t know who—or what—she is. Now he’s haunted by the image of that beautiful, nebulous vision with the features of a woman and determined to find out why she appeared when he almost died. David uses an angel board in hopes of contacting her, and unfortunately for him, he succeeds. This angel has loved...more
Angel Boards look a little like the controversial 'Ouija Boards' but that is really the only place where the similarity lies. Traditionally you include the letters A-Z and the words YES and NO. You can also include the numbers 1-9 and 0. With an Ouija boa ...more
David Barker has decided enough is enough. His dreams have died, his long-time girlfriend has cheated on him ...more
The only thing I found frustrating with this book was the actions and dialogue of some of the characters. Sam, for instance, goes from ...more
After a failed attempt at suicide, David gets an angel board (pretty much an ouija board) from his mother of all people. It seems she has used the board in the past to get through troubled times and thinks it will help her so in in the same way. After using the Angel Board, David begins to stri ...more
After his failed attempt at taking his own life, David's mother gives him an Angel Board for Christmas. This board, much like the traditional Ouija board, is used to contact one's guardian angel. David quickly discovers that the board works only too well. He not only contacts his angel, but also finds out that she ...more
He used to host Diabolical Radio, an internet radio show devoted to horror fiction and film for five years and developed quite an archive list and following.
He is married to his high school sweetheart and is the father of two insane chil ...more