Storm Lake

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A girl and her little brother struggle to save themselves when trapped in an isolated marina by flesh-eating creatures. More

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About Val Tobin

Val Tobin's love of reading translated into a love of writing from the time she was six years old. She also had a fascination for the paranormal and occult, which is reflected in her writing. Her lifelong passions were interrupted by a sojourn into programming and a ten-year career in software/Web development.

She became a certified Reiki Master/Teacher and Angel Therapy Practitioner® with Advanced Training, certified by Doreen Virtue, Ph.D. in 2008. She then trained in mediumship, also with Doreen Virtue, in Kona, Hawaii. Val received a Bachelor of Science in Parapsychic Science in 2010, and is working on a masters degree in Parapsychology. She is a member of a few paranormal investigation and UFO groups, and participates in investigations and sky watches. Val spends most of her time writing, presenting workshops, studying, and enjoying time with her husband, two kids, and three grandkids.

Val wrote for Community MX, a site dedicated to all things Macromedia, and had a story published in Doreen Virtue's Hay House book "Angel Words." "The Experiencers" is her first novel. Val lives in Newmarket, Ontario, with her husband and cat.

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About the Series: Storm Lake Stories
It all started at Storm Lake ...

Thirteen-year-old Rachel Needham almost loses her life to the claws and fangs of the grendels, Storm Lake’s monsters. Twelve years later, she leads teams of protectors into the forests to hunt down and eradicate the scourge that has spread around the world.

Death hides in the treetops ...

Read the whole story in Storm Lake and The Hunted.

You’ll never want to walk under a tree again …

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Reviews

Alan Annand reviewed on on Feb. 15, 2015

This story, which starts out so normal, turns compellingly creepy very quickly and then doesn't let go. Stylistically clean but eerily atmospheric, this reminded me at times of Stephen King.
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AnneCollins reviewed on on Jan. 6, 2015

Wow, what a great mini book.. I was literally sitting on the edge of my chair reading. Val, you captured everything and pulled me easily into the story. Thanks for writing it!
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