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The Beach

ryan-o-TheBeachCover-smPublished: March 8th, 2012, Auriferous Books
Genre: Thriller/Horror Short Story
Cover Art: Steven Novak

Short description

Jennifer was just a struggling young writer wannabe when she set out one day to find the perfect painting for her apartment. By accident she stumbles upon an art gallery in SoHo and by doing so changes her life forever.

This short story will take you on a thrilling trip to The Beach like you’ve never experience before.

Author’s opinion

The Beach was the first of my short stories to be published. I always said that I would never write a story about an author, but I went and did it anyway. It just felt right. I like the supernatural aspect of what the painting brings to the main character’s life.

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Author info

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Ryan Masters is a talented writer whose area of interest focuses on horror/thriller storytelling. He has written a novella and numerous short stories, and has been a featured author on various reader blogs and promotional sites.

For the past decade, Ryan has been employed as an Information Technology Engineer. He is actively involved with his children’s education and assists his wife with various school fundraising efforts. He has managed to balance work and family commitments while pursuing his writing career and his love of storytelling. He has also been a frequent co-host of the top rated comedy entertainment talk radio show, Annie & Burl Live, on Blog Talk Radio.

Ryan currently resides in Long Island, New York, with his wife and two children.

Contact him at: RyanMasters@Outlook.com
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorRyanMasters


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