May 20, 2019 marked the 10-year anniversary for my first book, Crematory. Brian Carter (main character) is growing up so fast.
- Part 1: Crematory
- Part 2: The Darkness
- Part 3: Army of the Drake (2019-2020)
About the Book:
Brian Carter is a patient at Hamilton Psychiatric Ward and has experienced things that even your worst nightmares could not compare to. Brian, along with Billy, Vince, and Frank enter the world of the Crematory and discover things that will forever change their lives. Is Brian really telling the truth to Dr. Gordon about these events? Or are they simply a figment of his imagination? What really happened at the Crematory that continued to draw him back to it? Will Brian find the answers he is looking for? Or will he simply open more doors than he can handle? Regardless if he is mentally prepared or not, the Crematory is prepared to answer his questions. Crematory is a novel that promises to keep you guessing about what will happen next.
Part 2 – The Darkness:
About the Book:
How would you react if you found out that you’re never alone because someone is always watching you? Would you still be able to close your eyes at night? It was supposed to be a routine paranormal investigation for the Scientific Paranormal Researchers. That is, until Skyler, Alex, and Rachel unlocked the door to the other side. Now they must decide if Draven is telling them the truth about where he came from or if he is leading them into a trap. Anyone can knock on a door but not everyone can accept what happens after that.
The Darkness will introduce you to a world where science fiction becomes reality. Are angels and demons real and if so, what do they want with humans? Make no mistake, what you’ve seen on television about the paranormal is not accurate. Not even close. Will you join Skyler, Alex, and Rachel?
Part 3 – Army of the Drake:
I am hoping to finish this book in 2019 or 2020. [Obviously, not 2018] I took a break to write, The Best Version of You. Stay tuned for updates.
Here is a DRAFT version of what I’m considering for the cover:
About the author:
Jason Hughes is happily married with children. He is a certified Master Resilience Trainer and enjoys teaching resiliency and life-changing skills. He served in the military for 22 years and retired in 2019. He enjoys reading, fitness, motivating people, the paranormal, and most importantly, writing. He is the author of Crematory (2009), The Darkness (2017), and The Best Version of You (2018).