18 Apr

Dras (pronounced “drAHz”) Weldon lives in a world of horror movies and comic books. Twenty-two and unemployed, he is content to hide in the shadow of adolescence with a faith that he professes but rarely puts into action.

But when a demonic stranger arrives and begins threatening his friends, Dras is drawn into a battle that forces him to choose which side he is on. In a race against the clock, he must not only fight these evil forces but also somehow convince his best friend, Rosalyn, to join him—before she is lost forever.

 In stores now, The Strange Man: The Coming Evil: Book One is the first act of a trilogy that depicts a world where monsters are real and simple men and women must overcome their doubts and fears in order to stand against the unspeakable creatures of the night.


To purchase The Strange Man, click HERE.

Greg Mitchell is a freelance writer who screenprints by day and writes about monsters by night.

Greg, in his own words:

Like most kids, I grew up on Star Wars, comic books, scary movies, and Ghostbuster cartoons. Unlike most children, I never grew out of them :)As a Christian writer, I want to combine my faith with my life-long love of monsters and all things spooky.Before becoming an author, I was primarily a screenwriter and I think that carries over into my prose. My wife and I joke that I write books for people who watch movies.”The Coming Evil” is my Christian monster-hunter epic and, I think, my magnum opus. I released the first book through Print-On-Demand in 2007. In early 2010, Realms Fiction–a division of Strang Communications Group–acquired the rights and a new updated and expanded edition of “The Strange Man” (Book One in The Coming Evil Trilogy) arrives in stores February 1st, 2011.

Tomorrow my review.

(I received a free copy of The Strange Man in return for a review and my participation in the CSFF Blog Tour.  All opinions expressed are mine alone.)

To find out what others on the tour are saying about The Strange Man, click on the links below:

Noah Arsenault
Red Bissell
Kathy Brasby
Grace Bridges
CSFF Blog Tour
Amber French
Tori Greene
Katie Hart
Bruce Hennigan
Timothy Hicks
Jason Joyner
Carol Keen
Inae Kyo
Emily LaVigne
Shannon McDermott
Matt Mikalatos
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Gavin Patchett
Andrea Schultz
Kathleen Smith
Donna Swanson
Jessica Thomas
Steve Trower
Fred Warren
Dona Watson
Phyllis Wheeler



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