Toby

Six-year-old Evalynn Chambers has only one friend: an old stuffed teddy bear named Toby that once belonged to her recently deceased mother.

But Toby isn't your ordinary teddy bear. Toby knows things. Dark secrets that he is all too willing to share with his new owner...
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Words: 1,010
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310344817
About Randy Eberle

In 1987, when big hair and parachute pants were the benchmark in primary education social status and before "grunge" music marred the face of Rock N' Roll music forever, Randy Eberle won a prize for a "book" he wrote (The Mystery of the Howling Cave; 20 pages, complete with God-awful illustrations and a laminated, construction-paper cover) for his third-grade creative writing class. Ever since, Eberle's passion for writing and telling stories has never left.

Not long after, rummaging through a box of old paperbacks at his grandparents' house, Randy Eberle discovered a battered copy of the movie-tie-in edition of Stephen King's Firestarter. It was then that he quickly realized exactly what kinds of stories he wanted to tell; his Hardy Boys and Three Investigators books became moldering stacks on a make-shift bookshelf, never to be touched again (over the next several years, Mr. Eberle had to hide his new reading habits from his parents, but that's another story...).

In the next three decades, Randy Eberle would go on to study all the masters of modern horror: Stephen King, John Saul, Clive Barker, Dean R. Koontz, Peter Straub, just to name a few.

In April of 2013, Randy Eberle published "Where Dying Flowers Lie", a short story made available in both trade paperback and kindle formats for a very limited time. Also included in this short publication was the first chapter of his debut novel, Gemini.

Gemini is available now in multiple formats, and is currently a best-seller in Occult Suspense.

Randy Eberle resides in Indianapolis, Indiana. Gemini is his first novel.

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