Sunday, February 20, 2011

Lee Pletzers-- The Armageddon Shadow

Lee Pletzers is a writer who is very active in the genre world, online and off.
In September 2009 his first novel, The Last Church, was released by BBS books and last August 2010 his novel, The Game was released in several eBook forms, in Hard Cover and paperback. His latest novel will be available from Panic Press from March 2011.
He is also a member of AHWA (Australian Horror Writers Association), Fictioneers and a founding member of SpecFicNZ. He has edited 4 anthologies, worked as editor and reviewer for Sinisteria horror magazine, has translated one novel from Japanese to English and edited several novels for small press authors.

Product description:
2007, Agent Baxter pursues the entity, Darkness, following an accident that slew Doctor Hayden’s wife and son. Dr. Hayden studied the Darkness without realizing it was studying him. Shadows, however, have a way of vanishing into light and the entity flees the compound where Hayden thought it was contained.
In 27 B.C. a peaceful man’s family is slaughtered, turning his life upside down and bringing forth a leader. A leader who will drive an army into the bowels of hell for vengeance. At the moment of his death, he offers his soul to the dark gods of the underworld for revenge which is granted swift and deadly.
Thrown from his stead on his return to Hell, Darian crawls out of the blackness and into the modern world under the new name of Darkness and carrying an infection. An infection that will take mankind to a new level of evolution.

Q: What will e-readers like about your book?
If you like: demons, hell, a deal with a shadow, revenge, powerful Elders, a distraught farmer from 27 BC, an FBI who can't express his feelings, wormholes, and the buildup to a zombie apocalypse, then you need this book once released.

Q: Why did you go indie?
Recently I've found indy authors to be releasing books that I want to read and knowing my subject matter I figured Indy was best. I write in crossing genres of horror/SF/fantasy in all my novels.
I also feel indy is the way of the future, especially for new and emerging writers

Q: Who are your favorite authors in your genre?
I grew up with Bradbury and King, and Herbert. Discovered Koontz and Richard Laymon in my late teens. I still read them today, but my Kobo is filled with indy authors.   

Author Website:
The Armageddon Shadow:

No comments:

Post a Comment