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Joseph Garraty (joseph_garraty) | 4 comments Hi! My name is Joseph Garraty, and I've recently published a horror novel that might interest some members of the group. From the jacket copy:

Local rock band Ragman is finally taking off. Stephanie Case's flamboyant performances and scorching guitar work have started attracting crowds, and singer John Tsiboukas--aka Johnny Tango--is delivering the best performances of his life. After months of playing to dead rooms, it looks like success is at hand.

The thing is, there's something wrong with Johnny's voice. Until just a few weeks ago, he couldn't hit the right pitch if you painted a target on it and let him stand real close. Now he sounds amazing. . . and strange things happen every time he sings. Lights burn out. Whole rooms become cold and hushed. People get violent.

For Johnny and Case, Ragman is a ticket out of a life of meaningless, dead-end jobs and one lousy gig after another, but as the weirdness surrounding Johnny begins to turn into outright nightmare, they find that the price of stardom might be higher than either of them could ever have imagined.

The book is available in paperback and in a variety of electronic formats.

Amazon Kindle



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Marc (authorguy) | 65 comments Another story in this vein, with a comic element as well, is the movie Suck.

Joseph Garraty (joseph_garraty) | 4 comments Marc wrote: "Another story in this vein, with a comic element as well, is the movie Suck."

Sounds like I'll have to check that out. Thanks!

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Werner | 1811 comments Joseph, what's the title of this book? You never mentioned that, and it's kind of a crucial bit of information! :-)

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Marc (authorguy) | 65 comments I clicked on the link, it's called Voice. I can't put a diract link in the reply, though.

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Werner | 1811 comments Thanks, Marc. (DUH, face-palm --if I'd been thinking, I'd have just clicked on the link myself! Of course, I never said I was smart. :-) )

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