D.C. McGannon is co-author of the Charlie Sullivan and the Monster Hunters series of books, and one-half of the humorous father/son duo known as The Monster Guys and host of The Monster Guys Podcast. When not traveling to conventions and talking about monsters and strange phenomena, he can usually be found moon-gardening, hiking, or searching for his next cup of coffee.
D.C. is confident he can still breakdance with the best of them, but realizes his writing and speaking schedule is probably taking too much of his time. This is good news for all other breakdancers.
He is married to Holly, father to Michael and Nathaniel, and they all hang out together somewhere in the Midwest with their little Maltese puppy, Jewel.
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C. Michael McGannon is co-author of the Charlie Sullivan and the Monster Hunters series of novels, and is one-half of the humorous father/son duo known as The Monster Guys, mixing humor, horror, and all manner of comedic improv to special events. An expert in all things “monster,” he brings an “academic humor” to the subjects of folktales, urban legends, and storytelling.
Michael is a fan of stories, of libraries, of books, and of Japanese and British humor. He is particularly fond of ginger beer and dark chocolate. When not writing or attending conventions, Michael is usually recovering from all-night gaming excursions.
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Expelled from the Rangers he has served so loyally, Halt is joined by Will's friend Horace as he travels toward Skandia. On their way, they are challenged constantly by freelance knights–but Horace knows a thing or two about combat. Soon he begins to attract the attention of knights and warlords for miles around with his uncanny skill. Even so, will they be in time to rescue Will from a horrific life of slavery?
The smash hit series continues with another heart stopping adventure.
Perfect for fans of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings, T.H. White’s The Sword in the Stone, Christopher Paolini’s Eragon series, and George R. R. Martin’s Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire series.
The first team lands in Japan, at the site of one of the most embarrassing events in the country's history--Rashomon, the Dragon Gate. There, Charlie Sullivan faces the King of Demons, his vengeful lieutenant, and an army of creatures rising from the worst of nightmares. What happens next triggers a series of global cataclysmic events that some will not survive.
A new breed of monsters is released to level chaos against humanity as the master plan and purpose of evil in our world is revealed.
Suffering immense loss, exhaustion, and being tested beyond the limits of human understanding, Charlie Sullivan and the Monster Hunters face their most dangerous task as they set out to quell an ancient darkness that has now been awakened.
These are dark times indeed. The light is fading.
The Witch Moon rises.
"Creepy as hell."
"Irreverent, bizarre. I'm sleeping with the lights on tonight."
The first in a volume of 3 books in an expanding, connected universe. Experience the psychological, physical, and spiritual darkness for yourself, ranging from the subtle to the extreme.
"Very scary stuff. [The] Gravewindow is a favorite of mine. Transient is terrifying. Skin is visceral. It's like looking under a magnifying glass, decay up close and personal, and it's really disgusting."
"... I love this book! I want two copies ... this is premium stuff!"
BONUS: Includes author notes for each story and definitions. Also included, the seventh story "Carnival Street" that links the worlds of Divinity, FL and the City of Apocalypse in a most "terrifying" and "disturbing" way. Experience the " ... visceral terror ..."
"The writing really stands out ... superb ... rich!"
"I'm going to take a short break from this horror ... and breathe some fresh air. You just had to give me the creeps!"
Intended for mature audiences only, due to language, graphic description, violence, and themes.