Timothy C. Hobbs – Monsters Unleashed Blog Tour

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ThePumpkinSeedThe Pumpkin Seed: Amazon

“I am a drinker of human blood and an eater of human flesh, a monster dressed in the skin of a man.” So states Charles, the main character of the novel, after being infected with a virus transmitted by an insect vector.

The Pumpkin Seed opens in India near the Nepal border in the late 17th century. A commissioned officer of the East India Company is seeking a profitable new trade route into China.

Indian bandits of the Thuggie clan attempt to stop this further invasion by the British and release a plague of insects, which carry a unique virus. This organism not only infects humans, it transforms the chemical and physical nature of the host’s body. Longevity, resilience and the need to feed on human blood and flesh make the host an efficient killing machine, especially in regard to the human race.


MusicBoxSonata_coverMusic Box Sonata: Amazon

At the top of a steep cliff, a derelict church serves its congregation of dust, cobwebs, and birds roosting in the rafters. One human occupant lives there hidden in the cellar. He is cursed to never walk in the tortuous sunlight, cursed to roam the woods on the cliff at night in the form of a hideous beast struggling with the violent desire to kill while striving to preserve remnants of his own humanity.

Music Box Sonata is the second story from Once Upon a Time in Texas, a collective series of dark variations of popular fairy tales by Timothy C. Hobbs.


TheSmellofGingerThe Smell of Ginger: Amazon

It’s Halloween in Jasper, Texas and Butch and Suzy are driving with their dad to trick or treat at the strip mall and the local churches.

They didn’t count on the truck breaking down, getting lost in the woods, or coming across the ordinary old cabin, but there’s nothing ordinary about the tenants – two spinster sisters who have been waiting eternally for children to call their own.


TimothyCHobbs_photoBio: Timothy C. Hobbs (1950 – ) was born in Temple, Texas. His older brother was a lover of horror movies and literature. Tim naturally followed his brother’s lead and was seduced by all things that go bump in the night. Tim started writing horror stories in the sixth grade and has never stopped since.

The Smell of Ginger, The Pumpkin Seed and Music Box Sonata are published through Visionary Press Cooperative, where Tim is a contributing member. He has a novel coming out later this year with Angelic Knight Press.

Timothy C. Hobbs Author Page on Amazon

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About Nina D'Arcangela

Nina D’Arcangela is a quirky horror writer who likes to spin soul rending snippets of despair. She reads anything from splatter matter to dark matter. She's an UrbEx adventurer who suffers from unquenchable wanderlust. She loves to photograph abandoned places, bits of decay and old graveyards. Nina is co-owner of Sirens Call Publications, co-founder of the horror writer's group 'Pen of the Damned', and if that isn't enough, put a check mark in the box next to owner and resident nut-job of Dark Angel Photography.
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6 Responses to Timothy C. Hobbs – Monsters Unleashed Blog Tour

  1. Jennifer Shurts says:

    the books sounds awesome. My daughter works be fascinated by the alternate point of view. What a great concept

  2. blazemcrob says:

    I really love Timothy’s great books, Nina. He is a master at the craft. Thank you so much for spreading the word about such a fantastic author. You are a doll!

    Blaze

  3. Thanks for doing this for Tim and VP Nina. And thumbs up for that creeping down your spine fiction over at Pen of the Damned!!!

  4. Timothy Hobbs says:

    Thanks for the posting, Nina.
    I am looking forward to working with all of you at Sirens Call on my anthology In the Blink of a Wicked Eye.

  5. Nellie says:

    There is nothing like reading a good monster story. 🙂

  6. Hey, Nina! How are you doing? It’s been too long. Sorry I’ve been a stranger of late; way too many hours at the day job. Thanks for sharing about Tim. I read The Pumpkin Seed a few years ago and have never forgotten it. He’s a great writer and a good friend. I’m so glad he’s getting some notice.
    I hope 2014 has been treating you well, my friend.

    -Jimmy

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