Mord McGhee

About the Author

Mord McGhee is currently a board member of ROWAYAT.ORG and an associate editor for ARIEL PUBLISHING and PARSEC SFF. Two unpublished manuscripts are Claymore Award Finalists in '22, and upcoming books include IRONBLOOD, THE SEVEN CHILDREN OF GOD, ANNA'S ODYSSEY and HOLY WATER. In the works is also an unnamed sequel to OFAH, a novella THE STROKE OF OARS, and a chapbook MIND POKER. Mord is also an active member of Legion M and an associate executive producer for upcoming feature film THE MAN IN THE WHITE VAN starring Sean Astin. Mord is a former columnist for THE HORROR WITHIN MAGAZINE and has been an editor of various anthologies. His fiction has been described as "outlaw traditionalist." On a personal note, Mord collects fossils and is passionate about charities including the issue of global human homelessness, stroke awareness, and kidney awareness. 2014 Dan Poynter's Science Fiction Award 2016 Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Finalist 2017 Preditors and Editors Top Ten 2016 Newbery Medal nominee 2021 NaNoWriMo Winner 2022 Killer Nashville Claymore Finalist (Ironblood) 2022 Killer Nashville Claymore Finalist (The Seven Children of God) STEVE ALTEN (NYTimes best-selling author of summer blockbuster THE MEG said: "Intense. Graphic. Provocative. The psychological thriller has a new voice, and it is Mord McGhee." GEORGE C. ROMERO (Filmmaker) said: "If you don't like to read, get this badass page-turner yesterday. If you hate to read, this book will change that." ADAM DAVIES (renowned adventurer and star of ANIMAL PLANET) said: "Great addition to the genre!" BRAD MELTZER (Star of HISTORY CHANNEL & best-selling author) said: "Support this new author!" LOREN COLEMAN (International Cryptozoology Museum & cryptid researcher) said: "A uniquely intellectual American novel." FIND OUT WHY MCGHEE IS SPELLBINDING FOR READERS OF ALL AGES! "IT'S NOT DYSTOPIA TO THINK HISTORY WILL REPEAT ITSELF." ~Mord McGhee Mord's influences are as eclectic as his creations, which lean towards magic realism, horror, fantasy, and science fiction coming in unlikely happenings. Steven Brust, Mark Twain, Glen Cook, Robert E. Howard, Ambrose Bierce, J.R.R. Tolkien, Terry Pratchett, Gilderoy Lockhart, and Ernest Hemingway are some of his creative influences.

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