Thursday, April 21, 2016
Larry Peterson's YA Paranomal Suspense series "The Demons of Abadon" is now available in PAPERBACK!
It is also available as an ebook. Here is the Amazon link for both ebook and paperback and the synopsis:http://www.amazon.com/Demons-Abadon-Larry-Peterson/dp/1622085906/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1461248333&sr=8-1&keywords=larry+peterson+the+demons+of+abadon
Joey insisted he kept seeing and talking to his dad. He had told his brothers and sister and they thought he just did not understand Pops’ passing. But then Beeker and Joey went to stay with Charlie and Eleanor Winters for the summer. They lived on an old farm in the Abadon Forest . But so did the “Darkened”. They did not want Joey anywhere near the Abadon. Why? They feared his innocence. The Peach kids were city kids and were used to the streets of the Bronx with the noises and smells and everyday hustle and bustle that was part of city life. When Pops died they were officially “orphaned” and Teddy,18, took over as head of the family. Plans had been made by Father Sullivan for the two youngest, Beeker and Joey, to stay with his friends, Charlie and Eleanor Winters, for the summer.
Larry Peterson was born and raised in the Bronx, New York. A former metal lather/reinforcing ironworker, he left that business after coming down with MS. He, his wife and three kids moved to Florida over 30 years ago. Larry began doing freelance newspaper commentary after graduating from Tampa College in 1984. His first children's picture book, "Slippery Willie's Stupid, Ugly Shoes" was published in 2011. In 2012, his full length novel, "The Priest and the Peaches" was released. His latest novel, "The Demons of Abadon", began being published in Volume form (ebook format) in the fall of 2015. The complete novel will be available in the spring of 2016. Larry is a Catholic/Christian blogger and posts weekly commentary at http:// www.slipperywillie.blogspot.com. He has been published in such places as Zenit from Rome, Aleteia, New Evangelists, Top Catholic Blogs, Big Pulpit and others. He lives in Pinellas Park, Florida and his kids and six grandchildren all live within three miles of each other. His first wife died of cancer in 2003. He remarried four years later and is now the primary caregiver for his wife, Martha, who came down with Alzheimer's Disease in 2012. He says, "God has me where he needs me and its all GOOD."