The Coming Of T'Loal is Available Now

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James Layne and J.T. O'Connor are pleased to announce the recent release of their novella The Coming Of T'Loal.

The Coming OF T’Loal - A Cthulhu Mythos arc.

By John T. O’Connor and James W. Layne, Jr.

(PRWEB) October 22, 2005 -- Two college friends stumble onto an ancient religious cult with links to the present while assembling an exhibit for the Clay County Historical Society. Can Michael and Terry solve the mystery of the great T'Loal before the final battle? Or will the Great Old Ones and the Elder Gods engage in an interdimensional battle that will determine the fate of humanity? For anyone who loves H. P. Lovecraft and the mythos he created.

We hope to have written you a lively and entertaining tale of the Cthulhu Mythos. The characters in this story are based on people we know and want to be eaten by big gooey monsters. If you know someone who you would like to feed to a big gooey monster, please email us at Bandofmisfits@woh.rr.com.

Author Bio:

James W. Layne, Jr. resides in Springfield, Ohio with his wife and two children. He writes and attends Urbana University as a full time student. He has been writing stories for personal entertainment for many years and decided to pursue writing as a career as an afterthought to a happy and fulfilling life. James is a Veteran of The United States Army. His fictional works include The Screenplay National Security, An Ultra Violent Techno-Thriller called Carnage, A Dozen Songs, a horror piece called The Land Beyond the Mirror, a collaborative effort with long time friend J.T. O'Connor titled The Coming of T'Loal and a couple of political satires. James’ non-fiction work includes The self help course Square One, and What To Expect... when blending a family (Pending release Nov 2005)

J.T. O’Connor is a retired Air Force Master Sergeant who gave 34 years of service. He loves "classic" horror, meaning horror that depends on plot and characters, not blood, gore or superfluous sex. He has co-authored a novella based on H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythos. He is also a trained musician who has released two Cd’s –Tone Poems… That Sometimes Rhyme (2000, Sacred Chao Records) and Faery Ring (2001, Sacred Chao Records) Current projects include writing another mythos tale, practicing, and preparing for another music release with an experimental instrument called a Solene

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