D. Alexander Ward

Biography

Born and raised in the countryside, where his love for the people, passions, and folklore of the south was nurtured, D.A. Ward is a long-time native of the vibrant creative community that is Richmond, Virginia.
His stories have appeared previously in such publications as "Fantastic Horror," "The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature," "A Thousand Faces: the Journal of Superhuman Fiction," and the anthologies "Noxious Fragments" and "Deadlines" from Comet Press.

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Books

Pain Upon Their Pain
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Price: Free! Words: 7,610. Language: English. Published: December 1, 2011. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
As a member of a mysterious, quasi-human race known as the darkbreed, private detective Dixon Kane struggles with his inhumanity and his unsavory past when pitted against a new foe in the debauched streets and dark corners of New Orleans.
A Terrible Binding
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 6,780. Language: English. Published: July 21, 2011. Category: Fiction » Horror » General
The pale stranger, Levi, finds himself in the Alleghenies at a house on the edge of a looming forest. Alone except for his mind-addled father, Matthew is plagued by an unnameable dread of the forest that fills his nights like a fog. Levi has been sent to help and together, they search for the root of the disturbance. But when they find their quarry, will they also find themselves overmatched?
The Dying Place
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 4,810. Language: English. Published: June 6, 2011. Category: Fiction » Horror » General
In the twilight of his years, Howard Martin makes a final journey to his family home in the Blue Ridge Mountains, where he intends to die on his own terms. Not long after he arrives, however, it becomes clear to him that he is not alone. Something dark and otherworldly has claimed the mountainside for its own and has taken a keen interest in the lonely old man.

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aging    cabin    darkbreed    death    dread    levi    lonely    lovecraft    monster    mountains    new orleans    old man    private eye    slayer    southern    superhero fiction    the dying place