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JG Faherty
JG Faherty is the Bram Stoker Award®- and ITW Thriller Award-nominated author of five novels, seven novellas, and more than 50 short stories. He writes adult and YA horror/sci-fi/fantasy, and his works range from quiet, dark suspense to over-the-top comic gruesomeness. A lifelong resident of New... show more



JG Faherty is the Bram Stoker Award®- and ITW Thriller Award-nominated author of five novels, seven novellas, and more than 50 short stories. He writes adult and YA horror/sci-fi/fantasy, and his works range from quiet, dark suspense to over-the-top comic gruesomeness. A lifelong resident of New York's highly haunted Hudson Valley region, JG grew up amid Revolutionary War graveyards, haunted roads, and woods filled with ghostly apparitions. His varied professional career includes working as a resume writer, laboratory manager, accident scene photographer, zoo keeper, scientist, and salesman. He began writing fiction in 2001, and his short stories, poetry, and articles have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies.For more information about his books, or to arrange signings or readings, visit www.jgfaherty.com, www.facebook.com/jgfaherty, or www.twitter.com/jgfaherty.

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Soze Says
Soze Says rated it 4 years ago
At a brisk 82 pages (which includes a sample from another of the author's works), Death Do Us Part wastes no time in establishing Catherine as a nasty piece of work, before she is summarily dispatched by someone known to her, but kept hidden from the reader. She then manages to come back as a spirit...
Kitty Horror
Kitty Horror rated it 4 years ago
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Anders Bach observes the old ways when it comes to christmas. He has the scars to prove that Krampus and Winterwood exists but his family are tired of his frightening tales. His grandchildren venture outsi...
Andreya's Asylum
Andreya's Asylum rated it 5 years ago
4.5 stars, rounded up. Christmas in May? Yes, please. Winterwood will make you glad that it's almost summer and not anywhere near wintertime. Based on Icelandic folklore, this little tale of Yuletide horror is indeed every child's worst nightmare and may just be yours too. Anders grew up in the Bl...
ChrisHayton
ChrisHayton rated it 5 years ago
Disclosure: I purchased the e-book “Winterwood” from Amazon. I don’t know the author personally. This novella is one of four novellas included in an anthology to be released later this year by my publisher. To ensure full disclosure, my own novella is also being included in this anthology.The commen...
Scarlet's Web
Scarlet's Web rated it 5 years ago
I received a free copy of Winterwood from the publisher in return for an honest review. Winterwood: Take a bunch of Grimms fairytale characters, throw them together, add an elf who seems to be channelling yoda, two kidnapped twin boys, and a Grampa who is able to kick ass (in-between taking his an...
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