So far you've seen:
and today we introduce book #2 and announce the WINNER of the "Hellbound" Giveaway!
Tim Hawken is dark fantasy writer from Australia.
He holds Bachelor Degrees in Arts and Commerce from Deakin University, majoring in Philosophy, Literature, Journalism and Marketing.
Tim’s first novel was born while on the road, written on aeroplanes and in hotel rooms. Titled Hellbound, the book was discovered on an online writer’s forum by Dangerous Little Books author CJ Werleman (God Hates You, Hate Him Back), who immediately recommended it to his publisher. Hellbound has since been followed by sequels, I Am Satan and Deicide.
In 2013 Tim won the Australian Horror Writer's Association 'Flash Fiction' Story of the Year for his short werewolf piece Moonlight Sonata.
He currently lives with his laptop in Western Australia.
I Am Satan
The Hellbound Trilogy #2
I am Satan
• Paperback: 312 pages
• Genre: Dark Fantasy/ Horror
• Publisher: Dangerous Little Books (November 28, 2010)
• Language: English
"My torment is that she is trapped while he is free. It is the worst torture imaginable. I care not for myself, or my own wellbeing, only hers. I will free her, but I do not know how. There must be a way."
Michael has been banished to Hell by the God, Asmodeus. Charged with reforming the lost souls of Damnation, the new 'Satan' instead chooses to make his own fate. His aim is to save his wife Charlotte from Purgatory and in the process take control of the savage demons around him to build an army against the most powerful enemy imaginable. With the aid of his friend Smithy and using advice from the omnipotent Perceptionist, Michael takes charge of his destiny. But will it be enough?
This sequel to the epic novel, Hellbound, takes the dilemma of afterlife to the next level. A battle which sets the scene for Armageddon.
Winner of a copy of "Hellbound" by Tim Hawken.
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