M'Ganga's Curse

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M'Ganga is an African witch doctor that is a master of the zombie powder. After being captured by slavers and shoved in the hold of a slave ship, he turns loose a curse so terrible, that horror and vengeance engulfs the ship. As he waits for a shackled warrior to die in the filthy bowels of the ship, M'Ganga takes out his smuggled pouch of powder, revenge is at hand. More

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Published by NetBound Publishing
Words: 5,810
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458075291
About Mikel Classen

I’m an Author, Journalist, Columnist, Photographer, Editor and Publisher and have been writing for most of my life. For several years I published a magazine about Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. I live in Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan. (Take a look at my website: htttp://www.mikelclassen.com ) I've been a journalist and magazine writer for 30 years. Now, while I'm a journalist at heart and still produce work, I'm focusing more on writing fiction. I'm also working very hard on new fiction projects and my writing is always ongoing and full time. Two of my stories, "Senn's Vampire" and "Ulith Elder" were published in the "Vicious Bites" vampire story anthology. Two others, "House of Seances" and "The Late Hero" appear in the "Vicious Spirits" anthology. My short story "M'Ganga's Curse." was published in the "Vicious Dead" zombie story anthology and is going to appear in Panic Press' anthology "DEADication." I won First Place in the 2010 ViNoWriMo (similar to the NaNoWriMo only more intense) competition with my entry "Children of Destruction." (Diligently working on rewrites) As a result it will be published later this year.

I have founded a publishing concern called Netbound Publishing, originally to self-publish, but now it is becoming quite a bit more than that. It can be found at http://netboundpublishing.com.

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Review by: C.B. Doyle on July 17, 2011 :
Mikel Classen speaks here with the voice of an authentic storyteller. For those that love history and horror this is a tale made all the creepier because it hits so close to home.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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