Bennie Grezlik has been writing and publishing lies since 1978. In the last few years, Stonegarden.net has released three of his novels, the latest being The Search For Earth. He has written stories for a number of anthologies, the most notable being a series of zombie tales for Yard Dog Press. He also wrote and produced for about five years the Skip Thruster, Space Detective plays that were brought to life for ApolloCon by enthusiastic actors, otherwise known as fans. Skip Thruster radio plays were first aired on KPFT, Houston.
In another life back in the psychedelic sixties, Bennie was a technician at the Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston from 1966, through 1969. You read that title correctly. This was before the center was named for its mentor, Lyndon B. Johnson. And, yes, Bennie used a slide rule because it was sexy and because it was B.C. (Before Calculators).
by Bennie Grezlik
Approx. 59,260 words.
Published on July 26, 2012.
Mix one rich retired general and his crippled daughter with a low-life drifter posing as a savior; add a beautiful, Gypsy-like woman and her partner, a seasoned con-man. Mix them with strip-land coal leases, séances, Ouiga boards, and what do you get? A recipe for mystery, danger, romance, and death. The Grifters lays bare the grit of hard times and the enduring spirit of the human heart.
Saving the Queen
by Bennie Grezlik
Approx. 62,900 words.
Published on July 13, 2012.
What do you do if your queendom is being overrun by an evil tyrant and his master wizard? You team up with a band of misfits and fight back! This classic story of revenge, bravery, and redemption proves that heroes are made, not born. In the end, it's not about saving the queen, but about saving your nation and your own soul.
Bennie Grezlik’s tag cloud