Nothing really dies if it’s remembered…

But some things are best forgotten.
The Eater of Gods is a tale of grief, of loneliness, and of an ageless hungry fury that waits with ready tooth and claw beneath the sand.

Bram Stoker award winner Norman Prentiss (Invisible Fences, Fleshless Man, The Narrator, lots of other freaking incredible books) called it a “great[…] slow burn with authentic scares” that “reinvent[ed] the mummy story.”

Publisher’s Weekly called it “genuinely terrifying.”

The limited edition’s 750 run has sold out, but the trade edition comes again in March!

Give it a read, if you get the chance!


Dan Franklin wrote his first attempt at a horror novel when he was seven. It was terrible. He has, since, improved.
The winner of several local awards for short stories and an occasional poem, Dan Franklin lives in Maryland with his extremely understanding wife, his cosmically radiant daughter, and a socially crippling obsession with things that creep.

He is also an accomplished editor(and one of the editors of Cemetery Dance magazine!), and is happy to help with your book editing needs – even if they are not insanely dark and weird. Feel free to reach out with any questions, comments, or projects.

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