THE RED BISHOP
Lake Price isn’t your average teenage girl.
Sure, she and her friends are doing what many other high school kids do on Cape Cod: heading to Chatham Manor—nicknamed “Hell”—for a good scare. But for Lake, it's more than just a thrill-seeking game. It’s what keeps her alive.
Ever since her brother, Kimball, disappeared four years ago, Lake has needed the danger and the fear to feel anything but numb.
But on this night, “Hell” has more in store for Lake than she ever anticipated: A handsome stranger from the 17th century, a modern love triangle, a coven of witches, a hint that Kimball may still be alive… and the start to something that only she can finish.
The fourth of six kids, Greg Boose grew up on a large produce farm in northeast Ohio. He received his undergraduate degree from Miami University, and then later received his M.F.A. at Minnesota State University Moorhead where he focused on screenwriting and fiction.
Greg is the former Los Angeles and Chicago Editor for BlackBook Magazine, and his work has appeared on/in many magazines and websites. When he’s not writing or reading, he enjoys skateboarding, boxing, tennis, following the Cleveland Browns and Cavaliers, collecting turtle skulls, and testing to see if people read everything closely.
He lives in Santa Monica with his two young daughters.
"The Red Bishop," Boose's first book under his own name, will be released on 11/12/14 through Full Fathom Five Digital. Buy the book on Amazon here.
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Boose is represented by Wendy Sherman of Wendy Sherman Associates, Inc.
THE RED BISHOP
Buy The Red Bishop on Amazon here, or find it through other major online book retailers.
Art of The Red Bishop is a special project where artists around the world have contributed illustrations based on the book. If you’d like have your own Red Bishop artwork included, Greg would love to hear from you! Seriously. He wants to share your Red Bishop artwork.
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In 2012 and 2013, Greg Boose ghostwrote two Young Adult novels that hit The New York Times' best seller list.
Greg Boose has been published over 200 times in the last 15 years, popping up in culture and news publications like Chicago Public Radio, The Believer, The Huffington Post, BlackBook Magazine, Time Out Chicago, Chicago Reader, and NFL.com; writing silly shit for humor sites like McSweeney's, Cracked.com, Yankee Pot Roast, Monkeybicycle, The Nervous Breakdown, Feathertale, and Opium; and working hard on writing TV pilots, humor shorts, and plays. His one-act play "Everybody Else's Fault" was performed by Bakersfield Community Theater in 2010, but he was too broke to travel and see it live.
Here are a few of Greg's favorite online pieces that are still somehow online:
The Joys of Farm Life and the Pain of Leaving It (Chicago Public Radio)
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