In Chupacabra Terror in the Night, soldier of fortune, John Tucker comes face to face with pure evil.
"Gets your attention from the first sentence", Sandra
A Good Lunchtime Read by Michael R Dougherty
It's unearthly cry fills the night air as the evil moves over the
John Tucker, soldier of fortune and tracker of strange beasts has a jagged scar on his neck. A mean reminder of a close encounter with the evil. It's name is Chupacabra.
You'll be swept up in this adventure when Tucker is joined by Linda Marshall, a television journalist who's out to get video of this night creature, and Pablo, a local guide.
The three set off to find the Chupacabra and find themselves in a life or death struggle with the forces of Hell.
Imagine what would happen if you came face to face with pure evil.
The legend of the Chupacabra is brought to life in this short story by Michael R Dougherty.
From page one, you'll find yourself wondering if there is such a beast out there. But shortly into the story, you'll find yourself starting to believe.
And, when the evil attacks, your heart will be pounding as you imagine yourself trying to survive.
Another Good Lunchtime Read from author Michael R Dougherty.
Ok, so what's the deal?
What's a humorist doing writing a sci-fi book?
"Even though I tell humorous stories from Alaska - I also like to write sci-fi, westerns and marketing books. So even though they are all very different, I enjoy writing a variety of books.
Why no pen name?
I actually thought about using pen names for the different types of books I write, but then I decided - I'd feel funny using a pen name. And that was it.
Can a humorist also be serious?
Of course. I just have to remember to not be serious when I'm being a humorist. And of course I have to remember not to be a humorist when I'm writing other books like sci-fi or a western or even a marketing book.
On the other hand -
Maybe a funny sci-fi, western or even a marketing book (don't take yourself too seriously) might be a good idea.
Writing "Chupacabra Terror in the Night" was actually a lot of fun.
magine the possibilities. People looking for a creature they may or may not believe in. Then coming face-to-face with a really terrifying "monster". And readers like to be scared by a really good story.