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Guido's comments from the Supernatural Fiction Readers group.

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Apr 05, 2011 08:46AM

6625 Thanks. I hope you will enjoy the read.
Mar 31, 2011 05:28PM

6625 Red Adept just put a review of Jason Dark - Demon's Night, one of my supernatural mysteries, up on their website, giving the book a 4.5 star rating.

Interestingly, the book achieved this rating in its original version. As you may recall, I recently revised the entire book because I felt the writing could be stronger, and the changes were not even taken into consideration for the review, still resulting in such a strong overall rating.

I am very, very excited about the review and I hope that maybe this will entice some of you to check it out for yourself. The ebook is available on Amazon and Barnes&Noble for only 99 cents!
6625 If a story has strong religious undertones I usually steer away from it.
6625 I just wanted to let everyone know that Volume 7 in the "Jason Dark: Ghost Hunter" series has been released today. Titled, "Dead by Dawn", in this new action-packed adventure, strange events in their immediate neighborhood bring Jason Dark and Siu Lin on a strange case that involves more than they first anticipated.

Jason Dark - Ghost Hunter Dead by Dawn (Volume 7) by Guido Henkel

Synopsis: The unexpected death of their next door neighbor rattles Jason Dark and Siu Lin. But does a woman in good health simply drop dead by dawn? The Geisterjäger is not convinced and suspects something more wicked and sinister is at work in London. As his investigation leads him down to the seedy underbelly of society, things more mysterious than he expected reveal themselves, making it clear that the ghost hunter will need all of his skills and resources to put an end to the horrors that stalk the night.

As always, the dime novel is available in print and any imaginable eBook format.
May 10, 2010 07:34PM

6625 Werner wrote: "Guido, I've just put Demon's Night on my to-read list! And be sure to put your Jason Dark books on our written-by-group-members shelf, if you haven't already!"

Werner, just to remind you - and everyone else who might be interested - you can get the eBook version of "Demon's Night" for free on our website by entering the coupon code "MEETJASON" during the checkout.
Apr 29, 2010 09:20AM

6625 Thanks, Danielle, I would point out though that, being the first in the series, it is probably not the best of the stories. I think I found my stride a bit better in some of the subsequent stories. "Ghosts Templar" and the new "Dr. Prometheus" come to mind in particular.
Apr 29, 2010 08:29AM

6625 Hah, I only just discovered this thread. Please forgive me for a shameless plug, but you guys may want to take a quick look at my "Jason Dark: Ghost Hunter" series. It is a gothic horror dime novel series set in Victorian England, but at its core these stories are really detective mysteries where the antagonist is typically some kind of a supernatural creature.

Jason Dark - Ghost Hunter Demon's Night (Volume 1) by Guido Henkel Jason Dark - Ghost Hunter Theater of Vampires (Volume 2) by Guido Henkel Jason Dark - Ghost Hunter Ghosts Templar (Volume 3) by Guido Henkel Jason Dark - Ghost Hunter Heavens on Fire (Volume 4) by Guido Henkel  Jason Dark - Ghost Hunter Dr. Prometheus (Volume 5) by Guido Henkel
Mar 25, 2010 10:29AM

6625 I just wanted to let everyone know, that I have just released the fourth adventure in my "Jason Dark: Ghost Hunter" series, Heavens on Fire.

Jason Dark - Ghost Hunter Heavens on Fire (Volume 4) by Guido Henkel When our world becomes a mere pawn in an epic battle between Heaven and Hell, Jason Dark faces a challenge that threatens to shatter the very fabric of reality. As immortal angels die and harbingers of death and destruction escape the fiery pits of hell itself, the Geisterjäger and his companions receive a desperate call for help! Will they be able to save mankind in the face of an onslaught of demons or will our fate burn as brightly as the streets of London?
Mar 23, 2010 08:15AM

6625 Guy Endore - The Werewolf of Paris

Robert Louis Stevenson - though famous, he's not necessarily known for his horror work, such as "The Body Snatcher."

Robert E. Howard - some of his horror stories are surprisingly creepy
Feb 16, 2010 03:54PM

6625 Interesting topic. Quite evidently, mythology - which can largely be considered folklore, I assume - is a huge driving factor of the whole supernatural genre. The lines between folklore and mythology blur easily, and, depending how freely one is willing to interpret stories and their meanings, a seed of folkore or mythology can be found in countless supernatural stories in my opinion.
6625 Don't forget Robert E. Howard's Cthulhu short stories.
Feb 03, 2010 08:08AM

6625 It is at the very end of the interview but it's not hotlinked. Also, unfortunately there is anentrie interview paragraph missing at the end creating a strange jump in context just before the last paragraph. I hope they will fix that.

Anyway, here is a link to the site

Feb 02, 2010 07:35PM

6625 I recently had the chance to sit down with THEoDEAD from the horror website Bloody Disgusting to talk a little more about my newly-launched gothic horror dime novel series Jason Dark:Ghost Hunter.

For anyone interested, here is the link
Zombie books? (72 new)
Feb 01, 2010 07:19AM

6625 Dean Koontz has a zombie-like book, can't remember the name right now, though.
6625 I am currently reading "The Seance" by John Harwood and it is a hauntingly beautiful book.

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