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Bone Dust
by Robert Hodum View author's profile page

Overview


Bone Dust is a chilling collection of tales filled with horror, suspense, magical realism, and the supernatural world. Psychological twists and frights highlight the unsettling lives of engaging characters that inhabit eerie and sinister worlds.

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Description


Get ready to embark on a shadowy journey through alternate realities where the macabre, haunting childhood fears, and ghostly entities await in the author’s newest work, Bone Dust. Twisted encounters in these unsettling and frightening personal worlds will seem so familiar, so frighteningly possible, so disturbingly real. Follow the shadows in these tales, step through this portal, and you'll find yourself reflected in the whispering silhouettes that follow you!

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About the author


   The Adventures of a Latchkey Kid is a recollection of the author’s childhood in the early sixties. The author found his love for story telling, a taste for adventure, and a strong sense of the lyrical in the farmers’ fields, blue summer skies, and the cool shadows of the woods of oak and maple that formed the landscape of his childhood. This collection of vignettes is a homage to those years. 

    Conversations on La Playa: A Gringo’s Tales of Medellin recounts the author’s travels and adventures as a university student in Colombia, South America. After a stint in Gettysburg College, the author studied in the University of Bolivariana and the University of Antioquia in Medellin, Colombia. He traveled extensively through this Andean country, as well as Ecuador and Peru. His adventures during those years can be found in this memoir. Available through iUniverse and Amazon.

     His work, Pilgrims’ Steps: A Search for Spain’s Santiago and An Examination of His Way, explores the life of Saint James and examines the history of this ancient pilgrimage route. The author’s many trips to Spain inspired him to walk the pilgrimage route and investigate the life of Saint James the Greater. After having traveled the route to Santiago de Compostela, he resolved to provide today’s pilgrims with a clearer understanding of who the namesake of the Spanish pilgrimage route might have been. Available through iUniverse and Amazon.

     Catching Winds North, a collection of Hodum’s poetry, celebrates the seasons and beauty of Long Island, nature’s mysteries, and the joys and conundrums of life. The author’s paternal grandfather, John Cross, known to draw tales in the air with his many limericks and tales, valued the lyrical and recognized the magic of turning a phrase. The author credits him as well as Jose Asunción Silva and Pablo Neruda, and his many years of teaching Spanish and Latin American literature for his love of poetry. Available through iUniverse and Amazon.

     The author continues to live near the bluffs, beaches, and farmlands of Long Island. 





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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Occult & Supernatural

Language:English

Pages:98

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781667805566

Paperback ISBN:9781667805559


Overview


Bone Dust is a chilling collection of tales filled with horror, suspense, magical realism, and the supernatural world. Psychological twists and frights highlight the unsettling lives of engaging characters that inhabit eerie and sinister worlds.

Read more

Description


Get ready to embark on a shadowy journey through alternate realities where the macabre, haunting childhood fears, and ghostly entities await in the author’s newest work, Bone Dust. Twisted encounters in these unsettling and frightening personal worlds will seem so familiar, so frighteningly possible, so disturbingly real. Follow the shadows in these tales, step through this portal, and you'll find yourself reflected in the whispering silhouettes that follow you!

Read more

About the author


   The Adventures of a Latchkey Kid is a recollection of the author’s childhood in the early sixties. The author found his love for story telling, a taste for adventure, and a strong sense of the lyrical in the farmers’ fields, blue summer skies, and the cool shadows of the woods of oak and maple that formed the landscape of his childhood. This collection of vignettes is a homage to those years. 

    Conversations on La Playa: A Gringo’s Tales of Medellin recounts the author’s travels and adventures as a university student in Colombia, South America. After a stint in Gettysburg College, the author studied in the University of Bolivariana and the University of Antioquia in Medellin, Colombia. He traveled extensively through this Andean country, as well as Ecuador and Peru. His adventures during those years can be found in this memoir. Available through iUniverse and Amazon.

     His work, Pilgrims’ Steps: A Search for Spain’s Santiago and An Examination of His Way, explores the life of Saint James and examines the history of this ancient pilgrimage route. The author’s many trips to Spain inspired him to walk the pilgrimage route and investigate the life of Saint James the Greater. After having traveled the route to Santiago de Compostela, he resolved to provide today’s pilgrims with a clearer understanding of who the namesake of the Spanish pilgrimage route might have been. Available through iUniverse and Amazon.

     Catching Winds North, a collection of Hodum’s poetry, celebrates the seasons and beauty of Long Island, nature’s mysteries, and the joys and conundrums of life. The author’s paternal grandfather, John Cross, known to draw tales in the air with his many limericks and tales, valued the lyrical and recognized the magic of turning a phrase. The author credits him as well as Jose Asunción Silva and Pablo Neruda, and his many years of teaching Spanish and Latin American literature for his love of poetry. Available through iUniverse and Amazon.

     The author continues to live near the bluffs, beaches, and farmlands of Long Island. 





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