Sink into the strange new tale by horror author Timothy G. Huguenin

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ELKINS, W.Va. - eTradeWire -- Prepare yourself for unfathomable nightmares. Unknowing, I Sink (80 pp. TPB, $11.90), a novella by horror author Timothy G. Huguenin, is available now from Independent Legions Publishing. In this strange and horrifying little book, Julian finds a summer job cleaning a mansion belonging to Mr V, an eccentric recluse obsessed with arcane knowledge. The man's grotesque, swollen appearance, caused by an unknown condition that keeps him bedridden, initially disturbs Julian. And those creepy terra cotta statues lurking in the shadows don't help to ease his nerves. But the rich old man wants to pay him more than he ever imagined. While Julian struggles to understand his new employer's discursive monologues, a dreadful ache grows inside his chest. Where has this feeling come from? How is it that a statue's blank stare can cloud his mind? And what bizarre and terrifying secrets will he discover when Mr V's esoteric philosophies become manifest?

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This story is the newest among several others Huguenin has set in his fictional town of Augustus Valley, West Virginia. Readers familiar with the author's shorter works will know that Augustus Valley and its surrounding area are rife with strange and unexplainable happenings. Unknowing, I Sink is no different.

"This is one of the weirdest stories I have written," Huguenin says. "As bizarre as it is creepy. Reader beware: don't follow Julian too closely. Stay back a little, and be ready to cover your eyes and ears. You don't want to end up like him."

Timothy G. Huguenin lives in the dark Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia. He is the author of the horror novels When the Watcher Shakes and Little One, as well as various short stories. More information on him and his writing can be found at . You can also connect with him on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, and Instagram.

Unknowing, I Sink can be purchased from and other select bookstores.

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