Tales from The Lake Vol.3, out September 30th from Crystal Lake Publishing. Edited by Monique Snyman. Now the entire world knows what I did last Summer.
Natalie Carroll, Tales from The Lake Vol.3 contributor, looking far too happy for a horror writer.
Dave de Burgh's bat cave. I mean author den. The burglar bars give you some indication what it's like living in South Africa.
Dave de Burgh, Tales from The Lake Vol.3 contributor. I met Dave in person once. I can't remember a thing, so he might be working for aliens. And I want to go back.
Roxanne Dent, Tales from The Lake Vol.3 contributor, create a search history that'll leave the FBI scratching their heads.
It's a bit hard to see, but D. Morgan Ballmer is hiding at the top of that tower, writing his Tales from The Lake Vol.3 story, while his bosses are looking for him.
The spot where D. Morgan Ballmer was caught trying to escape his workplace. Reminds me of The Walking Dead a bit.
D. Morgan Ballmer,Tales from The Lake Vol.3 contributor, became a horror writer after spending too much time close to these.
D. Morgan Ballmer, Tales from The Lake contributor, still believes barrels are the best place to store bodies.
D. Morgan Ballmer promises this place made him escape to his Tales from The Lake story. I believe him.