"Drive away and try to keep smiling. Get a little rock and roll on the radio and go toward all the life there is with all the courage you can find and all the belief you can muster. Be true, be brave, stand. All the rest is darkness." - Stephen King, IT
The Amorphous Horror
Author: Zachery Miller
Publisher: Self Published
Publication Date: 2017
Finished? Yes, onundefined-undefined-2017
First Edition? Yes
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Laura sits for a while and listens to Grandpa Kallembach’s stories of Nazi Germany. His tale recounts his struggle for freedom and, finally, of how he got away. The ending only confirms Laura’s suspicions: Grandpa is going mad. But as he ends his strange tale, there is another tale that will become Laura’s to tell.
I started writing when I was old enough to use my parent’s old manual typewriter. Then one day there was a degenerate of an electronic typewriter which pounded out strange symbols that somehow came into my possession…this sounds like the beginning of a horror story…hmm….continued.