Timothy C. Hobbs is a retired medical technologist living in Temple, Texas. He has had short stories and poems published in New Texas, an annual literary collection of Texas writers, a short story and flash fiction piece in Dark Tales, a U.K. publication, and a short story in spinetinglermag.com, an on-line Canadian magazine. His story Moon in Submergencewas published in the 2013 Sirens Call Publications anthology Fear of Water. A flash fiction piece, Luna, was published in the spring 2014 edition of the Deep Water Literary Journal. His short story collection, Mothertrucker and Other Storiesand a novel Veils were published through Publish America in 2008. His novels The Pumpkin Seed and Music Box Sonata, and a novella The Smell of Ginger, were published by Vamplit Publishing in the United Kingdom and then republished by Visionary Press Collaborative. Netherworld Books in the United Kingdom published his novel Maiden Fair in 2013. A novella, ED, was published in 2014 by Visionary Press. A collection of flash and short fiction, In the Blink of a Wicked Eye, was published March 2015 by Sirens Call Publications. The horror story Open, Locks, Whoever Knocks, was included in Disquieted Dreams Press’s Best Horror Shorts 2015 publication. His literary novella Molly’s Hope was shortlisted for the Pirates Alley Faulkner-Wisdom novella prize 2016. A short story, Trust, was the Short Story Competition Winner at the 2017 International Vampire Film and Arts Festival in Transylvania. In 2017, the online magazine Story and Grit published Tim’s short story Finger Lickin Good, and Infernal Ink Magazine included his science fiction short The Predator in its Volume 6 Issue 4 online publication. His vampire story Gulag was published in October 2017 by the online magazine Rosette Maleficarum. A short story, The Unholy Feast of the Witch’s Heart, was published in HellBound book’s 2018 anthology Schlock! Horror! Jolly Horror Press included his short story vampire.match.com in their 2019 anthology Don’t Cry to Mama, and The Saturday Evening Post published his short Touch in Best Short Stories From The Saturday Evening Post-Great American Fiction Contest 2019.
Mr. Hobbs’ author page can be viewed at the following Amazon.com link: http://www.amazon.com/Timothy-C.-Hobbs/e/B00A603SWG/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_3?qid=1466832205&sr=8-3