It Gets Darker As You Go

There’s nothing to fear...
This anthology features paranormal stories by the award-winning authors of the Spokane Fiction Writer’s Group.

As you journey into the new realities held within this anthology, you will encounter the snaggle-toothed monster under the bed. Meet a sweet, cookie-baking grandma, and discover a ghost who may not be as scary as he seems. The stories get darker as you go. More

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About Charles R. Oliver

A writer and consultant, Charles R. Oliver started writing in his early twenties. His passion for writing, with an emphasis on creative fiction writing, developed into a desire to share his passion with other writers who wanted their stories to be told to the world. This desire grew into the idea to organize a community writing group; and on May 4th, 2010 he founded Spokane Fiction Writers Group. Since then he has managed the group’s activities and the results are a vibrant, active group of literary minded authors and aspiring authors in the Spokane, Washington area who collaborate for the purpose of assisting each other in their goal of publishing their works of fiction.
He has traveled extensively through the United States and abroad, hiking back-country trails, exploring historical sites, and researching locations to achieve historical accuracy in his novels. His work features historical and present day characters full of intrigue, action and suspense. He is currently dividing his time between two projects: a series of novels set in the Inland Northwest cross-country to the East Coast, and managing the Spokane Fiction Writers Group.
Charles is an active member in the Northwestern literary community. He regularly attends academic and social functions involving writers and associated professionals. When he is not immersed in the public side of writing, he spends his days (as most serious writers do) barricaded in his office; pounding the keys to finish another story.

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