The Poe Toaster

The last week of Edgar Allan Poe's life is completely unaccounted for. For 60 years, a mysterious cloaked figure known as the Poe Toaster has visited the famous author's grave with roses and Cognac. How are these two occurrences linked? One reporter is about to find out. His discovery will ring true the phrase that sometimes fact is stranger than fiction.

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Words: 17,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466051683
About Jennifer Word

Greetings! My name is Jennifer Renee Word. In September, 2009, I made the choice to launch myself into a career in writing. Before that date, I had my hands full with various part and full time jobs, and two beautiful children. I knew I wanted to be a writer before my daughter was born, but I put my career on hold for 11 years in order to be the type of mom I wanted to be, and also to be the type of writer I wanted to be. Finally, on September 1, 2009, I reached a point in my life where I felt I could devote the time and energy I knew I needed, in order to truly write well, and NOT completely neglect my family. I believe it was all well worth the wait. From September 1, 2009, to May 1, 2010, I wrote 5 novels and several short stories. The grand count total for the 9-month school year topped 400,000 words. I had a lot of stories to tell! I’m settling down now and finding my voice. Once I felt I had a decent amount of content to share with the public, I decided it was time to launch Fiction Spook. You can read my free fiction, poetry and blogs there, at: Thanks!

I'm also an Associate Editor at You can buy some of my short horror in both Dark Moon Digest (issue #3) and Dark Eclipse, the e-Magazine (issue #2). I write a monthly column in DE as well on Weaponology, and that is in every issue of Dark Eclipse.

Book one of my trilogy series 'The Society' is due out in print for Spring of 2012, and that will be available through Happy Reading!!

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