This was probably one of the funnest books to write. The tossup would be between this, White River Monster and The Devil Tree.
Having revisited the story during my reading of Ice Canyon Monster, I found the read easy and enjoyable and I believe this story appeals to anyone. People that like monsters, curses, nature, different cultures as well as a damn good story.
You can find it on iTunes and Audible
I'm pretty proud of this. The Lurking Man movie has a rating of PG13 from the Motion Picture Association of America. You'll see that in the lower left portion of the official movie poster accompanying this post.
This very moving and award winning song is performed by Kristine Rommel and is here for your viewing and listening pleasure. Please share and comment if you like.
From novel to film and now to audiobook, The Lurking Man sees my first release as an audiobook available on Audible and iTunes. Read, edited and partially mumbled by myself, I'm super happy about this release and pleased that I was actually able to pull off. How well I did is yet remained to be seen.
Based off of true events, this suspense, thriller, drama is quite the ride!
I am honored to announce that The Lurking Man movie has been released! Here is a review that came in on Amazon:
"Keith Rommel and Maritza Brikisak’s ‘The Lurking Man’ is a gripping tale of suspense, choice, conflict and emotion portrayed by dark & delightfully complex characters. The Lurking Man pulls the audience deep into the story and keeps the viewer in the circle until the end scene resulting in head-nodding approval.
"Fans of suspense, light horror and excellent story telling, I invite you all to sign up, kick back and enjoy an escape from the everyday with a fresh approach on the genre. Excellent picture."
The Lurking Man movie has finished its festival run and what a run it was! Garnishing 93 festival wins and 48 nominations, the film is now moving towards release on April 18, 2018. It will be available on Vimeo first and spreading out to many other major platforms over the coming months. I am truly blessed to see a film so close to my heart come to life in the manner that is true to my original vision. I cannot say enough about the standout performances by Maritza Brikisak (Cailean), Daniel Lench (Sariel), Frank Kruegar (Wilson) and Dorian Gregory (Emerson).
If you're looking to kick your feet up and catch a unique film in the vein of The Sixth Sense, then look no further. This is the only horror film that'll make you cry. Follow the link here and enjoy the show...