G. M. Frazier
I have been writing fiction for the last twenty years. My first novel, "Return to Innocence" was published in 1999 and a second edition of that work will be available soon. I am currently working on a prequel to "Return to Innocence" which should be available in the fall of 2011. My novella "Gerard" was published in July 2011, as well as a short fiction piece called "Brian's Wish."
From 1998 to 2000 I was Managing Editor at one of the largest independent book publishers in the South. Among the many books I have edited are the autobiography of Olympian Bob Beamon, Hunter Lundy’s book "Let Us Prey" on the fall of televangelist Jimmy Swaggart, and Louisa Dixon’s legal suspense novels, "Next to Last Chance" and "Outside Chance." It was my distinct pleasure to work with Dar Tomlinson as the editor for her debut novel "Broken," which had won the coveted Hemingway First Novel Award in 1994. I have also edited several children’s books including Liz Swados’s children’s novel "Dreamtective," Diana Nyad’s biography for children about NFL star Keyshawn Johnson, "Boss of Me: The Keyshawn Johnson Story," and Libby Hughes’s biography for children about Tiger Woods, "Tiger Woods: A Biography for Kids."
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by G. M. Frazier
Approx. 3,020 words.
Published on October 4, 2011.
Adapted from a chapter in the author's novel, Return to Innocence, Old Joe tells the tale of a late fall camp out and the ghost story of "Old Joe" that suddenly becomes all too real.
Trick or Treat
by G. M. Frazier
Approx. 1,800 words.
Published on September 23, 2011.
On Halloween, 1973, two brothers make the mistake of looking for a treat at a dark house where a lone jack-o-lantern stands watch on the porch.
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- The Believer
on July 07, 2011
A well-crafted vampire tale that was a pleasure to read.