EDITOR/PUBLISHER D.E. DAVIDSON
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...D. E. Davidson holds Bachelor of Arts, Masters of Science, and Specialist in College Teaching degrees in psychology and has taken The Writer's Digest Novel Writing Workshop (Instructor William Tapply) and their Writing to Sell Fiction course (Instructor A. R. Morlan).His
work has been accepted for publication in varied magazines and educational and professional journals and his
dark fantasy novel IMMORTAL: A Linking of Souls is currently available in hardcover and softcover.The majority of his
fiction is of the horror genre, combining psychologically involved characters and supernatural or occult environments.The Kiss was first published in Heliocentric Net magazine
Volume4, Issue1, Winter 1995.
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has written a tightly plotted horror novel that deserves some attention.I will be looking for more work by this talented writer."
The influences are very obvious, but Davidson
has crafted an original enough concept for his
novel to stand or fall on its own merits.My take is it stands ... Davidson
plotting well, serving up surprises that really surprise.His
action sequences are exciting and frequent.The real world town of Prattville, Ohio is lovingly rendered and his
characters are likable and believably flawed individuals facing extraordinary circumstances.