Averaging two to four releases a year, Henry’s first publication came in September 2009 with the release of The Westward Journey of the Nebraskan Wind. Since then, several of his books have gone on to win awards.
From Seeds to Silence
Two weeks before Halloween, Jason McNab and Dustin Karp planned a fright-filled trip with ten friends. Dustin, the owner of a multi-million-dollar entertainment empire, purchased a large million-dollar bus to travel to the best haunted houses on the east coast. The trip, fueled by their desire to experience scary events together, takes them to the famed Sleepy Hollow cemetery for a midnight walk through the creepy darkness. Paid actors jumped out at them dressed in ghoulish costumes. Though they knew it was a show, the frightful events gave them shivers of fear. As they proceed, strange things begin to occur. An eerie presence offered subliminal messages that none understood, directing them to an evil place.
The Groundsmen of Sleepy Hollow
The Red Dirt Paradox
Eyes Beyond the Wall
The Leaving Fields
Falling Waters (Second Edition)
Preston Rhodes was a brilliant and gifted writer. He was a scriptwriter and destined for great things when he graduated from college. He married his high school sweetheart, Carly, who was a gifted actor. They decided to move to California to attempt to solidify their individual and collective talents. Preston did not need the trappings of the entertainment industry, but he could see that Carly was as star struck as any new open-minded starlet caught in Hollywood’s trap could be. At some time during their stay, Carly changed. She was no longer the sweet innocent with whom Preston had fallen in love.
Falling Waters: Prisms
An Isle for the Ages
A War for the Reckoning
In the Manor of Heather Black
A Father First
The Books of James C. Patch: Utopia
The Abel Conspiracy
Legacy of the Unsung
The Books of James C. Patch: Returning
The Books of James C. Patch: The Barrier
For centuries, testimonies of people who claim to have seen their bodies as out-of-body spirits have intrigued and raised debatable arguments. While some believe this possibility exists, others doubt it does. However, one man would actually prove it—James C. Patch. An author living in 1905, he was able to unlock the secret of this mystery for he could release his spirit at will and could go to places many would think impossible. This gift led him to helping those spirits who cannot pass through the barrier. The barrier was situated between the spirits and their eternal paradise. Those spirits who had rich, good memories of life could easily penetrate through, while those who lived a despicable life or those with no good memory would need a savior to help them trough. James was this kind of person; he was a split-spirit.