Shane Grey is an American Indie Author/Talk Radio Voice. His Talk Shows are available on iTunes and Stitcher Smart Radio. His shows can be heard live on Mixlr.com/FalconFm and his podcasts on PodcastToo
Shane's Talk Radio shows include:
Podcast in the Woods(horror movie reviews).
Shane Grey Live(Comedy Podcast).
Here is what people are saying about Shane Grey:
"Shane Grey is one of the hardest working men in podcasting." -Mike Russo, Growing Up Not Growing Old Podcast.
"The essence of Richard Laymon is alive and well in Shane Grey." -Joe Cauwel, Horror Film Reviewer.
[Shane Grey's ebook, Sincerely, Me] "I really liked this piece. It's creepy and builds up to a surprise at the end. Good job. Worth the read."
-Ser Livre, author of We The Victims: A Guide To Relationships For Victim Type Women.
[Shane Grey's ebook, Phoebe] "A page turner that keeps you reading, a nice bridge between reality and fantasy." -Arnold Brown, Comedian/Actor.
[Shane Grey's ebook, The Last Story I Will Ever Write About Her] "Such honesty makes this story a brutal break up story-it made me feel sorry for Missy. Most guys would relate to this story, most ladies would want a guy who really loves them like the main character." -Dora Okeyo, author of From The Heart.
What's the story behind your latest book?
It's called My Best Friends Bucket List, started as a weekly web serial or blog series about a guy trying to do right by his recently dead best friend. The character tries to keep composer while falling in love with his deceased friends girlfriend. It will be my only full length novel ever, then I'm done with novels. It should be out by Fall 2015
When did you first start writing?
The first short story I ever wrote was called Crimson Clown. It was about a brother and sister who always fought over the remote control, One day their dad brought home a weird remote control from work. This remote control was evil and it brought Crimson Clown out of the TV. He was like Pennywise from It. I never finished it fully. I was about ten years old when I wrote that.
Tucker Sawyer is on a mission to fulfil his dead best friends bucket list. All while getting advice from the ghost of Dick Pickett and dealing with his dead friends ex Lorrie Lovitt that happens to be the love of Tuck's life.
An alcoholic writer working in a psych hospital deals with a destructive sexual addiction while attempting to understand life, find meaning, and above the next drink. With an end you will not see coming.
Violet is the lone survivor of a school shooting, she retells her story to a detective. Violet's story is both disturbing and shocking, but may just have shaped the future of the USA.
Bonus Story also included: The Night one-ten conquered two-eighty. Shane Grey's first short story, based on a true story.
on Feb. 16, 2012
This story is good, vague, but good. It is a cautionary tale. It's a quick fun read. I hope for more stories of the main character to surface.
Darkly Demonic Dexter
on Dec. 23, 2012
As a Dexter fan and fan of serial killer fiction I rather enjoyed this piece, I love writing and reading fiction about killers and that had inspired me to take my own stab, pun intended at Dexter fan fiction! Thanks, Mortimer.
Alex Frost Meets The Killer
on Dec. 29, 2012
Just finished this book, loved it! I hope there is more! can't wait to read the Jimmy Cheng series also. Please more Alex Frost Mr. Jackson!!!
Taco Fairy/Vidal Sassoon - 2Shot
on Dec. 14, 2013
Absolutely loved these stories. Original, dark at times, funny, and told with heart. Would love to read a novel by this author.