Eric Hyde resides by the sea, alone more often than not. His story-telling career began during lockdown to keep his mind alive. He found common themes appearing in the stories and decided he had found his purpose in the macabre texts he created. Taking inspiration from the likes of H P Lovecraft, Stephen King and Hunter S Thompson, noting their approach to replicate the 20th century in the 21st – copying Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, word for word, to “feel what it’s like to write a masterpiece” as a basis for how it should feel to create his own work.
The Walls Have Teeth
Welcome to Eric Hyde’s twisted domain, a place where people strive for a semblance of ordinary life amidst the encroaching darkness. Within these pages, a disgraced Detective, a survivor seeking refuge, and a sadistic killer converge. An elusive cult with unclear motives leaves a wake of emptiness...