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A Bloody Bloody Mess In The Wild Wild West
The year is 1870. Five years after the Civil War has ended. Many states, cities and small towns are still recovering, one of these places is the town of Toomswood. The town has been taken over by sly corrupt tycoon Javier “Bones” Jones. Things only get worse for the town when a mysterious stranger rides into town making an offer and cutting a deal with Jones. The man gives Jones super dexterity and point pin shooting accuracy among other like abilities, however in return he has placed a curse on Jones, making him a leader to the Undead unbeknown to his knowledge. After finding out his curse Jones takes a liking to it and soon kills to turn his gang into an army. The mysterious man then tells Jones he will also lead Undead Civil War soldiers who are now bloodthirsty madmen. It is up to Emerson Shaw, a quiet humble young man with his own personal demons to stop Jones and his men. Along with his best friend and others who will join them, Shaw must find a way to stop Jones from destroying and terrorizing the town and turning it into a literal walking Ghost town.
An anthology of fifty poems of the creepy, the eerie and the even down right horrific. Five chapters about all things gruesome, strange and unknown. Hell, a look into and take on the underworld as we have come to know it. Blood, the tales of the notorious red liquid from different levels. Creatures, some of histories most beloved and feared monsters each with their own little twist. Creepy, poems of things that leave us shaken and hidden deep under our covers scared out of our minds. Suspense, tales that leave us scared but turning the page and gripping the edge of our seats wanting more. The Macabre Masterpiece, a sure scare, treat and must read for all horror and poetry lovers out there.
I have found writing to be quite interesting. I write because its something I am not only good at doing but something I enjoy doing as well. It?s a way for me to express myself and come up with innovative concepts and creative ideas. I put them into perspective, think them over and when they are just right, down on paper or screen they go. I get inspired from just about anything, whether it?s real or fiction I always try to do something different. If I see something that inspires me you can bet I make a note of it either in my head or I write it down so I can make it into something amazing later on.
Poetry is not only one of my favorite forms in which to write but really how I got started and found my appreciation for writing. I find it to be a great way of expressing ones self. To put your feelings down and create a piece of work with such rhythm and rhyme along with other literary devices. I tend to be the type of poet who enjoys using the rhyme scheme in most of my work and while I know not everyone may be a fan of rhyming it is the way in which I choose to write. I take nothing away from other types of poetry in fact I tend to also write prose every once in a while and even try playing around in using other ways to write poems.
I see writing as an ability that I have been ever so blessed with. I am however by no means perfect. I make countless upon countless mistakes just like any writer but it is because of this that I have found that what I am good for I only try to get better by learning from my mistakes. To me a writer is only as good as he believes himself to be not tries to be, if we all tried to be good writers we would most likely find that we are not being ourselves or trying too hard to impress. That?s why when I write I try to stick to what I know and what I am good at and if I wish to go outside the box that I learn first or do it a few times before I try to incorporate into my writing. Most of all I write because it makes me happy and if others enjoy it and it makes them happy too then that?s what makes it worth it.
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