The Morbid Museum
Visitors to the Morbid Museum seek the dark and twisted corners of the world. They are both terrified and intrigued by the unknown. Tales of killers, monsters, and madmen are curated by the Master of Death, Mr. Siris Grim. Mr. Grim collects the darkness that everyone attempts to hide and displays it within the corridors of his gruesome gallery. Who will be next to purchase a ticket and walk the halls of the Morbid Museum?
Reviews for the The Morbid Museum:
“Pack treats his characters with care, the emotion he pours on them is obvious, and still being short chapters, he gets to give them depth.” ~ Mar Garcia – TBM Horror Experts
“If you’re looking for a book to read when you have just a little time, this is an awesome read.” ~ Amazon Reviewer
“The story kept switching gears keeping me in suspense on what would happen next.” ~ Amazon Reviewer
“I was certainly concerned of where the story was going from the start, so it was a good hook to start off with. I love good short stories and I don’t really read too much horror, but I did enjoy this one. I would recommend if you want to consume a good short story for the day.” ~ Goodreads Reviewer
The Tommy Gun
Government corruption. Hate speeches. A country divided. The world Brent White knew is crumbling. He gets his call to action when a friend goes missing. He trains himself to become a weapon against the new dictatorship. He fights through criminals and concentration camps to find his friend and save lives. He becomes a guardian for the persecuted. To end the suffering, he must stop one person. The politician turned dictator. Ronald Teagun. The Tommy Gun.
Reviews for The Tommy Gun:
“The narrative itself was compelling, if a bit outlandish at times, and I never found myself bored as I went along. The ending was done well, and I could picture the final firefight in my mind quite clearly.” ~ Amazon Reviewer
Men Are Garbage
James Pack examines masculinity and anxiety in “Men Are Garbage,” a book of poetry in which he reflects on childhood trauma and his time as a nightclub bouncer.
Most of the poetry included in this book was written within one week from either extreme inspiration or an emotional rage, but perhaps a little of both.
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Pariah Bound: The Lonesome Poetry
The complete collection of poetry by James Pack. The poetry in this collection was written between 2002-2016. Gripping poems of a struggling youth and fantastical fictional narrative poetry for all ages. Pariah Bound comprises all the emotions and dreams of a young man still discovering his place in this world. With over 250 poems, there is something for everyone in this complete collection.
Reviews for Pariah Bound:
“This is a definite read for a poetry night with a group of friends or even something to curl up with when needing a reason to pull out a box of tissues and just feel.” ~ Amazon Reviewer
Works in Progress
The Hook: A Novel
Cats, Coffee, Catharsis: Poetry Collection
Mushaburui: A Mental Health Journey (nonfiction)