Frank Peniston


At school, I hated languages as a subject and learning about grammar and tenses was tedious and boring. Science and astronomy was my thing. But even so, I loved writing. And while I never scored much for my essays, largely due to exceeding the limitations placed on me and the poor use of grammar, the teachers almost always read them out loud to the class.
I also loved reading. Over the years, my grammar thankfully improved and I began to write. My stories were all abandoned before completion as I had a tumultuous and hectic life. At the age of 25, I used to claim that I had experienced more in my life than most men twice my age. Many years have since passed and fortunately things calmed down.
My first novel was completed in a mere six weeks – largely to silence the sceptics that I could, in fact, write. It was published in 2000. Looking at the book now, I have to smile. It was good, but my writing skills still needed a lot of improvement. Today, however, I think I am finally there.

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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 146,080. Language: Commonwealth English. Published: October 18, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Horror » General
What is going on at St. Mary's hospital? A string of patients, all undergoing routine surgery, fall inexplicably into a deep coma. Maria Haynes, a beautiful young woman, finds herself trapped in her worst nightmare. Or, as Peter insists, they are in Hades. After all, he has already seen some of the demons.Their only hope of survival seems connected to one man. But he is as lost as they are.
The Angry Sailor
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 130,840. Language: English (South African dialect). Published: October 18, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Ghost
A love-triangle that transcends this world. An inexperienced young couple tasked with running a public house in England. Initially, they are excited but soon discover the inn's dark past, especially a dark force that has been waiting for a long, long time for the right people to arrive.

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