Paul R. Whitaker


Born: March 16, 1963
Lives in Toronto, Ontario, CANADA
Been writing since 1975.

I am thrilled to celebrate with you my first completed novel "Life Sentence" which is based on a screenplay I wrote a few years ago.

It is "hot off the presses" and I look forward to you all enjoying it.

Another novel, based on one of my screenplays "Country Vampires Come to Town" should be up here by December 15, 2012.

Completed several screenplays, which are still have not been produced, but looking forward to being produced someday soon.

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Where Dreams Go To Sleep - In-Line
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 9,060. Language: English. Published: January 29, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Short Stories
The first in a series of, what will be a collection of short-stories centered around items you find in a properties warehouse. This is where Television shows and Movies go to rent stuff they need. Each story deals with a rather innocent looking item that winds up being the center of a chilling psychological story dealing in suspense and thrills. For further info on each story, see below:
Country Vampires Come to Town
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 46,250. Language: English. Published: December 28, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Undead
Two Newfoundland fishermen have their lives turned upside down when accidentally bitten by a New York Vampire on her way back home from London. In their struggle to avoid becoming vampires, they travel to the “Big City” (Toronto), in search of a way to stop their inevitable evolution. A Dark and Sinister Comedy that is a cross between "Lost Boys" and "Beverly Hillbillies
Life Sentence
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 38,240. Language: English. Published: November 21, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Occult
What was supposed to be a minor operation, turns into a series of life-changing events for Lorraine Seward. Her life is turned upside down by evil forces beyond her control. Evil forces that want a world far different than what any of us can imagine. This is not a prison story. Unless of course, you redefine what a prison is.

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