RI Authors Showcase – Meet Paul Magnan

Welcome to the Rhode Island Authors Showcase! Each day in November, this blog will feature a different Rhode Island author. Read the post and leave a comment and you are eligible to win this day’s giveaway!

Leave a comment every day this month for over 30 chances to win either our Grand Prize (a $250 Amazon gift card), our Bonus Prize (a $100 Amazon gift card), or a Cheer-Up Prize (amount to be determined), just in time for holiday shopping!

A winner will be randomly selected one week after the publication of the blog post, and the Grand Prize and Bonus Prize winners will be randomly selected on December 7, 2021. For the daily giveaways, the author will contact you directly to coordinate delivery. Print books for delivery within the US only, please.

Paul Magnan

Paul Magnan has been writing stories that veer from the straight and narrow for many years. He has written a four-book dark fantasy series titled Kyu, The Unknown, along with a short story collection titled Veering From the Straight and Narrow, which features stories that run from horrific to humorous. His work has been published in several venues, and his story, “The Course of One’s Life on Fire,” is included in the anthology Violent Vixens: An Homage to Grindhouse Horror. He lives in the wilds of Rhode Island.

Follow Paul on Amazon here: https://tinyurl.com/2tjde755

Paul has generously offered to give away a copy of The Coming of Dis, book 1 of Kyu, The Unknown. Read it and you’ll be hooked! Just tell us below one thing that scares you.

Join us on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, from 9:00am to 3:00pm at the CROWNE PLAZA in Warwick for the 9th Annual Rhode Island Authors Expo!

16 thoughts on “RI Authors Showcase – Meet Paul Magnan

  1. Im not afraid of anything at the moment. But, as a child I was petrified of the space behind the boiler in my basement a d the creatures that lived behind it. I was convinced they would eventually come out and chase me up the stairs and pull me down into their crazy world.

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  2. What scares me the most is not getting back to normal and being able to visit with my family due so many people refusing to get vaccinated and not wearing a mask.

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  3. About 20 years ago, I had a few episodes of sleep paralysis upon wakening with a feeling of dread accompanying it. I felt a presence moving towards me, but I was too terrified to move. Each time it happened, I thought I was just having a recurring nightmare, but years later, a friend posted on Facebook about her recent experiences with sleep paralysis with the same symptom of dread and wanted to know if anyone had ever experienced it. Luckily for me, it only happened a handful of times many years ago. I hope I never experience that again. It scared the bejeebers out to me!

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  4. This description was so intriguing, I went to Amazon and read about his books, then I purchased his book of short stories for my Kindle. My Autistic son is really into Anime, Manga and Light Novels in the Fantasy genre, so to relate with him, I also became interested in Fantasy. I have always been a fan of horror!
    I really hate ants and being surrounded by them scares me.

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  5. What scares me the most is hearing noises at night when I’m home alone. Being hearing-impaired, I can’t identify what is making the noise. Our floors creaks a lot when walked on; so, when I hear the creaking, it scares me. The wood in our house is constantly making noises as we live in an old house.

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