SummerHome

Happy Friday! What’s everyone reading?

House of Stitched’s own Thomas R Clark has a new book out: SummerHome.

summerhome1aAfter Maureen Coleman is diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s, her children bring her to live at SummerHome. As her condition deteriorates, siblings Sean Spencer and Meghan Coleman are unsure if they have made the correct decision. They grow concerned when their mother claims to see the ghost of her dead husband, and a series of tragic, unexplained events impact the community.

Now, with the residents of SummerHome believing their complex is haunted, the world-famous Para-Hunters come in to investigate. The ghost hunters soon learn this isn’t a typical haunting. Because slinking through the shadows is an evil, unleashed from underneath the Mound nearly 300 years ago, and it doesn’t want to go back.

Bibliophilia Templum calls SummerHome “A poignant and graphic tale, a combination of folklore and splatterpunk that grabs you by both the mind and guts and twists them together into balloon animals that will sit in the shadows of your thoughts for days.”

Author Christine Morgan said “If your greatest fears involve aging, infirmity, senile dementia, and a miserable, lonely, humiliating decline, then SummerHome is the book for you, because things could still get so, so much worse!”

Thomas R Clark is a musician, writer, and podcast producer from Central New York. His podcasts, including the popular Necrocasticon, can be heard on the Project Entertainment Network. He is the author the books of A BOOK OF LIGHT AND SHADOW, GOOD BOY, and BELLA’S BOYS. Tom lives with his wife and a trio of Jack Russell terrier companions.

Check out his website at https://thomasrclark.com/

And check out SummerHome on Godless here or Amazon here.

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