Arcranium by Mark Towse & Daemon Manx

Four horror writers gather on the second Tuesday of every month to discuss projects, productivity and the passion of writing. This reunion slowly evolves into jealousy towards one another’s chosen genre bringing forth a friendly competition. The group decides to use a new underground technology called Arcranium to determine who is the scariest author. However when an ulterior motive is uncovered, ominous and evil intentions cross all lines of reverence.

Mark Towse & Daemon Manx combine their literary talents into one clever story capturing stereotypes of the horror genre. From extreme to gothic to psychological, pushing the experience of terror and madness to the limits are what this author duo does best. A definitive representation of fear and manipulation are boldly told through disturbing images of unnatural horror. So much so that a safe word is needed for protection. The reader is at the mercy of Towse & Manx as they tap into the question…what is real horror?

Competitiveness, resentment, envy and ego are all plugged into this emotional machine of evil intentions. With a bit of Altered States meets Videodrome, this fusion of flesh and algorithms brings forth a breeding ground of vengeful spirits and urban legends. But wait! There’s more! In each and every book you also receive a short horror Towse story built around an 80’s tale of terror, where Game Over takes on a new meaning. You also get a short horror Manx story of a haunted sanatorium ready to be explored by six unsuspecting high school students.
Adjust your sensory input/output, choose your destination and let your imagination be your guide but never compare how big your readership is…size doesn’t matter, it’s how you write it. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Reviews.
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A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Review

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