Seth Thomas

Biography

I grew up in Missouri, writing stories, loving it. It wasn't long until I knew I wanted to do it for a living. I am currently still in Missouri, spending my time working, writing, reading, editing etc.

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Books

After Death
By
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 47,280. Language: English. Published: October 29, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
Virginia's comfortable life with her family is turned on its head when a sickness sweeps the area, turning people into mindless cannibals. Each loss Virginia experiences tests her spirit, and when she's left with no one else to turn to, she's faced with one choice: life or death. Thinking she's got nothing else to lose, she takes her own life. She finds that even after death, one can still lose.
The Morning Light
By
Price: Free! Words: 760. Language: English. Published: April 3, 2010. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Horror
(5.00 from 1 review)
A woman wakes up, and has no memory of events past as she lay unable to move on the floor. Why is she there? Why can she not move, and what is this knife doing jammed in her leg?

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afterlife    apocalypse    blood    demons    ghosts    heaven    knife    light    morning    underworld    zombies   

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Smashwords book reviews by Seth Thomas

  • Hole on April 02, 2010

    I read this a few years ago, not long after you wrote it and loved it then. It's just so...disturbingly...beautiful. You don't dwell on a description for too long, which is good. What's here is just great. I love the internal dialogue of course. I'm glad I read it again, because I liked it even more the second time around!
  • Dark Things on Sep. 04, 2010

    The Journal: If I remember correctly, this was the first story he handed me, and it was printed right from his old typewriter, to boot! It was really great, and while he's right; it's not the most original, especially these days, it's still wonderful. My second favorite, I believe. The style is really great, and it's a bit sad, but I loved it! The Fire Inside: This was one of the first stories I read, a while after he drafted it, and even though he downgraded it a little, I thought it was great. The characters were interesting, and I really loved the concept. Then, he handed me the rewrite. This was some time after we'd already started the novel, in which Norman Peters guest stars, and is mentioned several times beforehand. He is the cause of the "Fire Inside," and is also the main antagonist in the novel. He's a very interesting character, and I'm pretty happy with him, and how David worked him out. I loved this story. A New Place: While this was not my favorite of the bunch, I definitely did appreciate what he did with it. It just goes to show how things may look innocent, but as the old saying goes: Looks can be can be decieving. This story is a brief one, but it's quite interesting. Until Morning Comes: This may come last in the collection, but it comes first in my heart. I loved it very much. I read it, and was captivated by the characters, and the scenery, and the connection between Pam, and The Photographer. It was like a good ride at an amusement park; you just want to ride again, and again. It was inevitable to think of a certain teen novel series heavily involving vampires, but this BY FAR exceeds the quality of that little messed up world, and the fact that this isn't the only story to come out of David's mind from this world, I'm even happier. This is by far, the greatest here. Overall, what a great group of stories! I can't wait to see more, and I know he's got'em! Good show!