CHANNILLO
Those That Lurk
By Daniel Fuller

Series Description:

A group of amateur ghost hunters decide to take on the abandoned Grant Asylum, and get far more than they bargained for. There's something sinister going on in the old place, and they won't be able to leave until they get to the bottom of it and fight their way out. 

Category/Genre(s): Paranormal, Horror, Adult Fiction, Mystery/Thriller
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Daniel Fuller:

'The writer scratched at his beard. The words wouldn't come out. His ThinkPad lay dormant on his lap, the keys begging for his touch. He could practically hear the page crying out for a conclusion, the story demanding to be continued in the back of his mind. He closed his eyes, exhaled slowly, and took another sip of his beer. A few clicks and clacks rang out. After a few seconds, he sighed. "Nope. This sucks, too." The passage was wiped clean, and the process began anew.' 

That's my process, folks. That's how I cranked out Gerard, and all the projects on my blog, Creativity and Other Drugs. The Clearwater sun can roast your brain in a matter of hours, and I've been exposed to it on and off since I was 13. 

You want fantasy? I gotcha. Sci fi? I'm your man. Over-the-top wierdness? Oh yeah. Characters you can love and love to hate at the same time? Definitely. Engrossing worlds, sometimes with well-researched ties to real-world locations? Got that, too! An extremely long, drawn-out, super-detailed novel that kicks off a trilogy or even an anthology? Well... maybe in due time. I have kids, ya know.







Series Description:

A group of amateur ghost hunters decide to take on the abandoned Grant Asylum, and get far more than they bargained for. There's something sinister going on in the old place, and they won't be able to leave until they get to the bottom of it and fight their way out. 

Category/Genre(s): Paranormal, Horror, Adult Fiction, Mystery/Thriller
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Daniel Fuller:

'The writer scratched at his beard. The words wouldn't come out. His ThinkPad lay dormant on his lap, the keys begging for his touch. He could practically hear the page crying out for a conclusion, the story demanding to be continued in the back of his mind. He closed his eyes, exhaled slowly, and took another sip of his beer. A few clicks and clacks rang out. After a few seconds, he sighed. "Nope. This sucks, too." The passage was wiped clean, and the process began anew.' 

That's my process, folks. That's how I cranked out Gerard, and all the projects on my blog, Creativity and Other Drugs. The Clearwater sun can roast your brain in a matter of hours, and I've been exposed to it on and off since I was 13. 

You want fantasy? I gotcha. Sci fi? I'm your man. Over-the-top wierdness? Oh yeah. Characters you can love and love to hate at the same time? Definitely. Engrossing worlds, sometimes with well-researched ties to real-world locations? Got that, too! An extremely long, drawn-out, super-detailed novel that kicks off a trilogy or even an anthology? Well... maybe in due time. I have kids, ya know.