Timothy G. Huguenin
Timothy G. Huguenin is a hillbilly writer of the strange and spooky, hiding out in the dark Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia. He is the author of the horror novels When the Watcher Shakes and Little One, as well as the weird horror novella Unknowing, I Sink. His short fiction has appeared in publications including Vastarien: A Literary Journal, Dim Shores Presents Vol. 2, and Anthology of Appalachian Writers Vol. XI. He is the winner of the 2021 Indie Author Project for West Virginia. Publisher’s Weekly has called him “a writer to watch.” Find out more about his writing and get a free ebook by visiting https://tghuguenin.com/.
Death is cold. Kelsea Stone can’t remember her childhood, and frankly, she doesn’t really care. She’s doing fine on her own in L.A. without any family to tie her down. But when she finds out her estranged birth parents have died and left her their house in Canaan Valley, West Virginia, she discovers more than just an inheritance waiting for her in the mountains. An angry presence lingers there, and it won’t rest until it has had its revenge.
When the Watcher Shakes
John has given up his ordinary life to find wisdom traveling the country and enjoy the freedom of living as a nomad. But when he stumbles across a mysterious town tucked away in the Appalachian Mountains, walled off from modern society, he discovers a group of people who could use some freedom of their own. Are they a harmless religious sect, or is there something malignant beneath the surface?
Unknowing, I Sink
Julian finds a summer job cleaning a mansion belonging to Mr V, an eccentric recluse obsessed with arcane knowledge. The man’s grotesque, swollen appearance, caused by an unknown condition that keeps him bedridden, initially disturbs Julian. And those creepy terra cotta statues lurking in the shadows don’t help to ease his nerves. But the rich old man wants to pay him more than he ever imagined.