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Mark Onspaugh
Mark Onspaugh is a California native and the author of over fifty published short stories. Like many writers, he is perpetually curious, having studied psychology at UCLA, exotic animals at Moorpark College's EATM program, improv comedy with the Groundlings and special effects makeup. Mark has... show more

Mark Onspaugh is a California native and the author of over fifty published short stories. Like many writers, he is perpetually curious, having studied psychology at UCLA, exotic animals at Moorpark College's EATM program, improv comedy with the Groundlings and special effects makeup. Mark has also written for film and television. His first novel THE FACELESS ONE is available on Amazon from Random House's Hydra imprint. His zombie novel THE THETIS PLAGUE is available on Amazon from Severed Press. He currently lives in Morro Bay, California with his wife, writer Tobey Crockett and two tricksters who take the form of cats.
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Confuzzled Books
Confuzzled Books rated it 9 months ago
This is the second book in this anthology theme. Inside is a collection of short stories that connect fantasy and a little humor. I think it was a great idea to shoot for a sequel anthology because the first one had a little magic in it’s writing. Some stories from the original still linger in my br...
Sci-Fi & Scary
Sci-Fi & Scary rated it 3 years ago
Off-beat and unexpectedly entertaining, Deadlight Jack delivers a delightful supernatural horror read. George and Jimmy, African-American and Native American respectively, found themselves teaming up after becoming friends in a nursing home. (Yes, a nursing home. Both our main characters are well pa...
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Injoy's Blogs + Book Reviews rated it 3 years ago
Deadlight Jack by Mark Onspaugh is a frightening book about Louisiana. Jimmy Kalmaku and George Walters are friends that met in a nursing home and are off on an adventure to save George's grandson from Deadlight Jack. I gave it four stars. When George lost his Grandfather: "George, who was five ye...
CarlAlves
CarlAlves rated it 4 years ago
The Faceless One is a horror novel that is steeped in Native American legend, most of it surrounding old gods, one of which is The Faceless One, an evil entity that is seeking a human to enter the world and wreak havoc and destruction. When Jimmy Kalamaku was a boy he had an encounter with the Facel...
Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it 6 years ago
I'm not an objective reviewer. My friend Gerri Leen's story, "Windows to the Soul," for which I was a first reader, is included in this issue. But for what it's worth, I enjoyed this greatly--more than I expected. This is a slim volume of only 152 pages, other than my friend I didn't recognize one n...
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