For fans of Marc Richard who don't have time to read a whole novel. The perfect bathroom reader. This is how he got his start. Includes short stories, dumb ramblings and poetry that will probably make you feel better about yourself. Filled with equal parts darkness and light, and Marc's trademark twisted sense of humor. See people get shot out of trees, get eaten by sharks while figure skating, travel through space and time, kill for Christmas gifts.
Marc Richard is an author of horror, love stories, science fiction, and literary fiction that is otherwise unclassifiable. He even authored a semi-autobiographical novel about Borderline Personality Disorder. He promises something to read for every interest. All of his novels are peppered and spiced with his dark, twisted sense of humor. Originally hailing from Rumford Maine, he calls Portland Maine his home. He has a winning personality, and is very handsome, according to his mother.
Books by Marc Richard
Harm's Way is a quaint little novel about eleven typecast teenagers who decide, after much convincing, to spend a week out of their summer vacation in Ben's cabin in the deep Vermont woods. These woods have a terrible history, and as soon as they arrive at camp and see a dead girl skewered on the newel post, they realize that there is a killer on the loose. Like the idiots that they are, they decide to stay the week anyway, and so, thankfully, one by one they get slaughtered.
Everything is actions and reactions. Every movement begets another. God blessed the wings of the fly to teach us a lesson. But I'll be damned if I know what that lesson is. Whether you like a good love story, satire, sci-fi, horror, surrealist humor, or just plain words, you'll hate this book. Not at all inspired by the Torah or the Bible, this will move your bowels. Every chapter reads like its own story, but also like a novel. It's hard to explain.
It’ll End In Tears tells the tale of a rather mediocre psychologist with Borderline Personality Disorder. After eight years of trying to keep up with his moods, his wife Elisa has reached her breaking point and they separate. Meanwhile, he has taken on a rather disturbing patient named Bryan. He has a lot of sympathy for poor Bryan, but his care for him is rather confounded by his own emotions- the depression, the rage, and the fact that he just can’t shake the feeling that his wife may be in love with someone else.
We are more than just a sack of blood and bones. Us humans are capable of one of the more basic yet complex emotions. We call it "love", and it is governed by forces far greater than you and me. And it usually comes when you stop searching for it. This is one such story of love lost and found and lost and found... Have you ever felt like you found your Soul Mate? Ronnie and Helen have. They are madly, truly, deeply in love. In a bond so strong nothing can break it. Not even death.