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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.

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


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 Previously unpublished, Roundabout is the first short story G.M. Weger ever wrote.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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