The Official Portal to the Madness of Dark Fiction Author Patrick C. Greene

About Patrick C. Greene

As a toddler, Patrick C. Greene was creating horrors in crayon and magic marker upon every available surface. Not surprisingly, he soon discovered comic books and immersed himself in the fantastic worlds found therein. Horror fiction and films came next, and despite spending nights of terror hiding under covers, he always found himself drawn back to tales of dark fates.

Greene cut his fangs in the screenwriting business but found his true calling in the world of prose fiction of the kind his heroes King, Barker and Koontz create.

With the success of his first novel PROGENY, and second THE CRIMSON CALLING from Hobbes End Publishing, Greene presents a brand of horror as emotional as it is terrifying, as engaging as it is suspenseful.

Living at night, deep in the mountains of Western North Carolina, Greene answers the call of his morbid muse when not enjoying monstrous helpings of horror, kung fu and doom metal.

In addition to his novels PROGENY and THE CRIMSON CALLING, the short story collection DARK DESTINIES, and multiple appearances in both The Endlands and Wrapped anthology series, Greene is currently working on a new horror series for Kensington imprint Lyrical Underground. Book one to release fall of 2018.




3 responses

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  2. Read Progeny and ended up staying up all night reading, wanting to see how all the characters interacted to complete a tale that was riveting, not just due to the unknown, but also the protagonist and his nemesis. Truly a fine work of fiction mixed with the possibilities of a world we do not truly understand. Thank you for a fun read and ride. 5 stars!

    November 9, 2014 at 3:28 AM

  3. Thank you so much for taking the time to read and share your thoughts! So glad you enjoyed it! – Patrick

    November 12, 2014 at 11:27 AM

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