Sunday, June 26, 2011

Author Stony Graves: Excerpt from my novel, At the End of All Things

At the End of All Things
by Stony Graves

            The girl wouldn’t stop squirming. Pinky avoided her feet, but just barely. Lee leaned over on the girl’s back, pressing her to the trunk. Lee was laughing.
            “Just do it, Pinky.”
            “Nah, I’s best not, “Pinky said. His pants were around his knees and he had to really work his pecker to keep it hard. It felt like hot dough in his hand. Pinky wanted to stick his thing in Della, but something didn’t feel right about Lee holding her like that.

Friday, June 24, 2011

At the End of All Things on sale now!

Blood Bound Books has informed me that At the End of All Things is available for purchase just in time for Christmas!  What better gift than fiction about wholesale slaughter, deviant sex, demons, and zombies?!

 “Stony Graves has created an apocalyptic masterpiece, breathing life into
characters and horrors on par with King’s The Stand.” - Charolette Nevers,
author of The Craving

When asked what At the End of All Things is about, I like to answer with: A sweet horror story about zombies, demons, prison rape, and puppies.

A better description is:

A plague of the undead have risen to make way for the Apocalypse, the
horsemen are drawing nearer, and those left behind after the rapture are
struggling to find their place in this new and savage world.
The survivors, relying on dreams, intuition and in some cases, even the
dead, find themselves being drawn to Blue Church, Ohio, where no doubt,
something monumental is about to happen. At the end of all things, will
God forsake humanity, can evil triumph, and will anyone even be left alive
to tell the tale.

Monday, June 20, 2011

Cover art

Blood Bound Books sent me the preliminary cover art for At the End of All Things.  The excellent artwork is done by Andrej Bartoluvic.  Andrej's work is amazing.  I cannot wait to see the final!

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Game of Thrones

Wow!  What a great read.  I've never read Martin before until HBO's series aired.  The show is great, but the book is as intelligent and suspenseful as anything I can remember reading.  Move over Tolkien, there's a new R.R. in town.