Byron Suggs

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Johnston County, NC, The United States




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Byron Suggs is the author of the highly acclaimed paranormal/adventure novel ROCKAPOCALYPSE, and the mystery/thriller, COLD CURRENTS. His third novel, THE LAYERS BENEATH (the follow-up to Cold Currents and second book in the Detective Bobby Taylor series), is expected in the Fall of 2016.

His short works of fiction have appeared in publications such as Aries: A Journal of Arts and Literature and Black Heart Magazine (e-zine). In 2014, he released the short farcical comedy, ANYTHING BUT, under his own publishing imprint.

Byron resides in the rural Piedmont of North Carolina, where he divides his time between family, writing, and domestic labor.

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Truth is elusive… but the whispers of the river will reveal horrible secrets beneath her swift, cold currents.

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“Yes, God?” “I’m sorry about this, Buddy.” The voice carried, deep and resounding, like the roar of a tornado. “I know it was all so abrupt, but some things cannot be avoided. Do you have a minute?” Buddy’s hand involuntarily squeezed shut against a jagged guitar pick embedded in his bloody palm. This is a joke, right? “No, no, Buddy.”
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“I would rather be a superb meteor, every atom of me in magnificent glow, than a sleepy and permanent planet.”
Jack London

“A man is nothing without dreams. A man is called idiot while he dreams. Whatever he does, he'll be judged and thrown away from the circle of clowns. And yet he needs acceptance and security from sick society, which is discriminatory far too often. But a man is blinded by other people opinions. He wants to fly and they say, “You moron, you can't do that, it's forbidden, it's stupid.” And a man gives up on his dreams.”
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“Sometimes you're trying so hard to get your life together and still it's not enough, everything is falling apart. What to do, you're asking. Just keep going through hell for yourself, not for everyone else. Richer with that wisdom, I will build my happiness from nothing. I will rise from the dust. And I will do it on my own. I will live for myself and I won’t look at the others.”
Asper Blurry, Train to the Edge of the Moon

“What's the point of wandering?
to find a better place?
a home?
But the loneliness will always capture me
in its claws
of no tomorrow”
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