From the Inside Flap
Just when you thought your family was safe...
About the Author
DOUG JOHNSON is a multi-talented media creator and editor with a passion for telling stories through moving visuals, dynamic sound and the power of the written word. As a freelance audio-visual designer in New York City, his skill and creativity have been showcased in works for television, documentary and film.
"Doug was honored in 2010 with a First Place win at the industry-powerhouse "Fade In Awards" for his short screenplay, "The Bassinet," and his second short, "Odessa," is currently in production with Ethos Pictures."
He has also written three feature-length screenplays. "Debt to Society" with co-writer Brian Murphy, and "The Holstein Epiphany" and "From Hell I Came" with co-writer Dennis Smithers, Jr. Doug writes primarily in the crime and suspense genres, with liberal doses of horror, black comedy and the inherent drama of the human condition. He cites as major influences the strange, violent and darkly humorous southern gothic traditions of authors Flannery O'Connor, Edgar Allan Poe and Harry Crews.
Ocean Snow is his first writing project for Chaos Publishing.