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James A Moore

USA flag (b.1965)

James A. Moore has been writing professionally for almost 10 years. During that time he's worked in the comics field, on numerous role playing games and has written and sold four novels, while working any number of jobs to pay the bills. He's been both the Secretary and the Vice-President of the Horror Writers Association, and has recently made his first foray into editing with the forthcoming "The Bedlam Reports: Memoirs from Padded Cells."

He lives in the suburbs of Atlanta, GA, with his wife, Bonnie, to whom he owes more than he could ever hope to express.

Genres: Horror, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Young Adult Fantasy, Mystery
Series contributed to
World of Darkness
   House of Secrets (1995) (with Kevin Andrew Murphy)
   Hell-Storm (1996)
   SNAFU: Wolves at the Door (2019) (with David W Amendola, G N Braun, Geoff Brown, Steve Coate, Kirsten Cross, John W Dennehy, R P L Johnson, Amanda J Spedding and Brian W Taylor)
   SNAFU: Medivac (2020) (with Alan Baxter, Greig Beck, Geoff Brown, Kirsten Cross, Kane Gilmour, Steve Lewis, Jeremy Robinson, Charles R Rutledge and Amanda J Spedding)
   SNAFU: Hunters (2021) (with Geoff Brown, Kirsten Cross, Patrick Freivald, Brad Hodson, R P L Johnson, Tim Marquitz, Christine Morgan, Seth Skorkowsky and Amanda J Spedding)
   SNAFU: Holy War (2021) (with David W Amendola, Justin Bell, Geoff Brown, Kirsten Cross, Evan Dicken, JG Faherty, Duncan McGeary, B Michael Radburn and Amanda J Spedding)
Castle of Horror Anthology (with Jeremiah Dylan Cook, Dennis K Crosby, Jason Henderson, Henry Herz, Tony Jones, Alethea Kontis, Rob Nisbet, Scott Pearson, John Pritchard, Charles R Rutledge, Heath Shelby, In Churl Yo and Bryan Young)
   5. Castle of Horror Anthology Volume 5 (2021)
Anthologies edited
Anthologies containing stories by James A Moore
Short stories
The Color of Her Eyes (1995)
The King's Folly (1997)

James A Moore recommends
Purgatory's Gate (2007)
Raymond Van Over
"Human interest, suspense, and passion... Possibly the best story of the satanic since Blatty's The Exorcist."
The Desert (2007)
Bryon Morrigan
"A fine mesh of horror and military drama that I can't recommend enough."
Going Back (2010)
Tony Richards
"An amazing voice."
A Gathering of Ravens (2017)
(Grimnir, book 1)
Scott Oden
"Scott Oden's A Gathering of Ravens is everything that a Grimdark novel should be, sharp witted, dark and dangerous. Highly recommended for anyone who loves action, good characters and, you know, an amazing story. I loved it!"
The Adventure of the Deadly Dimensions (2017)
(Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu, book 1)
Lois H Gresh
"Lois Gresh blends Sherlock Holmes and and the eldritch flavors of H.P. Lovecraft together brilliantly. Victorian nightmares and a properly twisted mystery make THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEADLY DIMENSIONS a must read for fans of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's legendary sleuth."
Devouring Dark (2018)
Alan Baxter
"A powerful tale of crime and death, cleverly crafted and flawlessly executed."

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