J. Cameron McClain
J. Cameron McClain started life in Huntsville Alabama, home of the Redstsone Arsenal and the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo space programs. His grandfather was one of the flight surgeons for those space programs, thus he was introduced to the ambitious concept of humans flying into space at a very early age. Not to mention he met Miss Baker, a distant cousin who flew in space a while before us reticent humans decided to give it a go.
The first book he can remember receiving as a gift was entitled Thirteen Alabama Ghosts and Jeffrey. Soon after that, he saw his first ghost, one of many, many such revenants who have passed by—and through—over the years. Having been introduced to the paranormal at a young age, he has enjoyed a close and mostly cordial relationship with it since that time.
J. Cameron McClain has lived in ten or so states in the US, Tanzania, Kenya, Japan, India, England, Wales and South Africa. He is usually making his way through four or so books at any given time. He cooks spicy Indian curries. He doesn't always drink beer, but when he does, he drinks stout.
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A Lay-by at Cottonwood
When Samuel Clemens headed out West on a stagecoach in 1861, he expected adventure. He didn't expect to be fighting for his life against a Cthulhu cult! This short story comes from my new collection, entitled Toccatas & Fugues: Stories So Far.
The ghost of Miss Dierdre Fitzhue is trapped inside a sentient robot, and the robot consciousness coexisting with her is very confused. This short story comes from my new collection, entitled Toccatas & Fugues: Stories So Far.
Toccatas & Fugues: Stories So Far
Toccatas & Fugues: Stories So Far is a collection of ten
Speculative Fiction short stories. From ghosts to robots and many things in-between, this collection includes horror, science fiction, fantasy, ghosts, steampunk, and apocalyptic fiction.
The Five Watchers
Strangers on a ghost-hunting video shoot must learn to trust each other as they fight for survival in a secluded valley containing a very real and deadly spirit presence.
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