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East Garrison - Second Edition

New Second Edition:
EAST GARRISON - A Novel by G.M. Weger

New Second Edition with added text on Mountain Lions, photographs and map.

Indie Excellence Winner Book Award

EAST GARRISON WINS FIRST PRIZE IN REGIONAL FICTION IN THE NATIONAL INDIE EXCELLENCE AWARDS 2010!

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Good news: "East Garrison" made Cyrus A. Webb's Conversations Book Club's Top 100 Books of 2009!


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Short Stories by G.M.Weger - available for all eReaders & tablets

Roundabout

RoundaboutFish & Game Warden Suzanne Jenkins loved old pickup trucks, had since she was small. The 1951 Ford she saw for sale alongside the road was a dream come true, but it had a disturbing past with a story to tell—one which would rock Warden Jenkins’ world forever. Previously unpublished, Roundabout is the first short story G.M. Weger ever wrote.

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House of Wreckers

House of WreckersA lighter, gentler side of G.M. Weger’s fiction, this short is about an unexpected holiday tryst with a tow-truck driver. Originally House of Wreckers was part of a collection of twenty-five captivating, award-worthy stories published by Mozark Press in October 2010, House of Wreckers tells the story of a woman living the adventure of midlife in her own unique way.

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Elevator Going Down

Elevator Going DownInside a Federal office building on a defunct army base, a woman is slowly going crazy—without any tangible reason—but rather an illogical, lingering fear of losing her career, her husband, and her mind, after a co-worker is murdered. ELEVATOR GOING DOWN is a horror story about how a person can be driven over the edge of reality and slip into a world of madness.

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Significance of the Missing White Dot

Significance of the Missing White DotFrankie killed her infant daughter. The papers screamed, “What kind of a monster could do such a thing?” Now Frankie's convicted, in the slammer forever. There's nothing more to be said... but is there? In a macabre descent into insanity, G.M. Weger, a master of psychological horror, takes us on a journey that is dark-beyond-black.

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The Rationale

The RationaleA woman is haunted by three spirits. They are not of Christmas times, but are babies she had aborted over her life. Warning: this story has an especially nasty end. The Rationale is a powerful, emotional, well-written short. It’s also one of G.M. Weger’s first and best stories. Originally, it was published in Nth Degree.

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Hope Janitorial

Hope JanitorialSecret Agent Jodi Atterson, a middle-aged woman, believes the Federal office building where she works has sucked the life out of her. Still, she traverses the often bizarre daily happenings. Welcome to a quintessential G.M. Weger dark comedy-drama. Hope Janitorial won 2nd place in the Central Coast Writer's Fall Fiction Contest. Subsequently, her story was published in the Homestead Review.

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Jack Erslager, (A.K.A. Trebor Regew), has released his rare book for a limited time ONLY through G.M. Weger's website.

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East Garrison started from my imaginings, staring out my foggy office window on the former Army base, Fort Ord. I drove and hiked around the eerily-empty decrepitude and wondered what it would be like for a woman to be stranded on part of the deserted base (where even the police don't patrol) under the most physically difficult circumstance I’d been through (having a baby), and then I added a mountain lion protecting her cubs. A screenwriting teacher summed up the formula well, "I got my protagonist up a tree and then began chucking rocks at her."

I hope people will find East Garrison a good read. At least that was my intention.

G.M. Weger, July 2009


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