On the first blog I ever wrote for, my biography page is longer than a Hemingway novel, so I’ll try to keep this one short. In fact, I think I’ll just put one of those fancy blurbs that appear in the back of my books…(stick around, you’ll get to know me soon enough)
Tyson Hanks is a fan of horror—both literature and film. He wrote quite a bit when he was younger but was struck with a tragic case of adulthood. He has recently taken up the hobby again and is thrilled that some folks have deemed his work worthy enough to show the public. He has yet to receive a literary award, but he did get a gold star on a middle school English paper once. His work has been published in Sanitarium Magazine, as well as the World War I horror anthology “Kneeling in the Silver Light.” His first book, “Greetings from Barker Marsh,” will be released in the summer of 2016. Tyson is an Iraq war veteran, enjoys fishing, hot rods, and countless other hobbies that cost him money, so you should buy his books to support his habits. He lives in Florida with his beautiful wife and daughter, and a bunch of retired people who aren’t very good at driving.