Lee Thompson started selling fiction in early 2010, and most of his work centers around his Division Mythos. His novels include NURSERY RHYMES 4 DEAD CHILDREN (Delirium Books, 2011) and THE DAMPNESS OF MOURNING (Darkfuse Publications, 2012). His current novel, THE COLLECTED SONGS OF SONNELION, is being serialized on Darkfuse Publication's website every week.
“Lee Thompson knows his horror-noir. He fuses both genres together in the turmoil of terror, tragedy, blood, guilt, and lost chances at redemption.”–Tom Piccirilli, author of THE LAST KIND WORDS
“Thompson’s voice is his own — strong, hypnotic, and unsettling. Nursery Rhymes 4 Dead Children is a bleak fucking book, and therein lies its danger. So beautifully-constructed is Thompson’s prose, that the reader is often caught off-guard, mesmerized by a turn of phrase or a descriptive passage, until the book grabs you by the balls and rips them right off, breaking your heart and your psyche in the process.” — Brian Keene, author of Dark Hollow and The Rising
I’ve said it many times and believe it more everyday, Lee Thompson is not only the next big name at Delirium Books but in the genre– Shane Ryan Staley at Darkfuse Publications
Lee Thompson’s prose is electric! — Bob Freeman, author of Descendant
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Gossamer: A Story of Love and Tragedy
by Lee Thompson
Price: $2.99 USD. 81650 words.
Published on March 12, 2013. Fiction.
An ancient witch, Dorothy Good, has lost everything to the vampire who has blown in on the hot desert wind and lain waste to her soul and her town. When a young family arrives at the end of a two week battle, she sees a chance to end the bloodshed and possibly regain a portion of what was stolen.
But they're heavily outnumbered and night is falling...
Beneath the Weeping Willow
by Lee Thompson
Price: $0.99 USD. 4300 words.
Published on August 1, 2012. Fiction.
An introductory part of the Division Mythos, "Beneath the Weeping Willow" is a surreal yet touching glimpse into the life of young David, an autistic boy of considerable power who possesses a gift of insight those around him are oblivious to.
(Other layers of David's story are interwoven in the novel The Dampness of Mourning.)
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