Welcome back to my weekly Spotlight series.
This week’s book under spotlight is The Creek by Rayne King.
WHAT’S THE BOOK ABOUT
Two teenagers find kindred spirits in each other when fate brings them together. Wiley’s simple life is uprooted when the enigmatic Ruby moves in to the old campground nearby. The two of them are drawn to each other instantly. However, Wiley soon discovers a darkness that Ruby harbors, a sadness that he becomes determined to extinguish. But is it already too late?
Also included is the short story ‘Husk’: two friends get their hands on a treasure map and decide to locate the cache of possible riches. But they’ll soon learn that some things are better left buried.
Genre: Horror || Pages: 105 || Published on January 17th 2021
RAYNE KING is the author of THE CREEK, a Coming-of-Age novella soaked in dread and horror. As an autodidact, he has slowly learned to write through much trial and tribulation. His influences are widespread, ranging from magical realism to cosmic horror. Because of this, his writing borrows elements from a multitude of genres, as he feels comfortable using whatever tools necessary to tell his dark stories.