- Raindrops and Sorrow, M. Douglas
- The genre of the macabre has been a fixture of the landscape of poetry and fiction since Edgar Allan Poe and his classic poetry and detective stories of the early 1800’s. it is more popular today than ever, yet, it seems to have been side-tracked with the likes of Dean Koontz and Stephen King. M Douglas is a throwback to the darkness that would make Poe proud, the raw animalistic truth of human nature and all of it’s shortcomings. Come take a look for yourself, but hide your knives and keep your poisons under lock and key!