The Uninvited—Now In Paperback!

The Uninvited - Paperback (© F. P. Dorchak and Duvall Design)

The Uninvited – Paperback (© F. P. Dorchak and Duvall Design)

“The images invaded my thoughts when I wasn’t reading the book.”

CDurandette (The Uninvited reader)

Just in time for Hallowe’en, The Uninvited is now available as a 6 x 9 trade paperback!

Right this moment (October 26th), it’s just available through CreateSpace’s link, but keep checking for the Amazon link update. Though the page counts differ between the e-book and paperback (327 for e-book, 282 for paperback), nothing is lost. Same story, just different formatting

Karen Duvall, of Duvall Design, designed this cover. I will be interviewing her next month. Thanks for the bang-up job, Karen! My interior formatter was Pam Headrick, of A Thirsty Mind. I plan on interviewing her in no short order, too. Pam is quite patient and ever so thorough—thanks, Pam!

Recent events have forced me to reconsider my earlier timeline of releasing some other work, this year, so I no longer plan on releasing anything new in the remainder of 2013. Further releases of pending novels will now be sometime next year.

So, if you’re looking for another creepy read, please do check out the paperback version of The Uninvited! I’ve written with you in mind….

Praise for The Uninvited:

“This book was quite an unexpected pleasure. I began by following a journalist into a gruesome crime scene in Florida and in a short time I found myself thinking about this novel when I was shopping, having coffee or doing chores. The characters are interesting and well developed through the book to the very end. The development of the storyline was unanticipated so I hate to tell you too much about it here in the review, but I highly recommend this novel as a good way to spend your time.”

CDurandette (an Uninvited reader)

“I get the chills… a most impressive work.”

Rob Butts, Seth Material Facilitator/Author, The Seth Material, The Early Sessions, The Personal Sessions

“At some point in our lives we contemplate, among numerous things, the demise of past souls and the inexplicable ‘natural’ comfort (or immediate aversion) we feel with some upon first meeting. F. P. Dorchak’s The Uninvited presents the possibilities through an ominous tale that explores and may provide reason for such sensitivities, while explaining the evil borne (and perpetrated) by society’s sinister few.”

Jan C.J. Jones, CoExecutive Producer – Researcher/Writer, Forest Rose Productions, LLC

“The Uninvited is a dynamic, intense novel. F. P. Dorchak weaves his story adeptly, with skill and precision. He easily intertwines the worlds of reincarnation and quantum physics to create a powerful, suspenseful experience for the reader.”

Sydney Heflin, Ed. D. Former Research Chair, International Association for Regression Research and Therapies.

“If psychological and even physical characteristics can follow us from lifetime to lifetime, can revenge and retribution be far behind? In his chilling novel, The Uninvited, author F. P. Dorchak explores the dark side reincarnation. It’s a good read. Hard to put down.”

Dr. Robert T. James, author of Passport to Past Lives. The Evidence.

“I found I could not stop reading… I became totally fascinated by the depth of Dorchak’s exploration into the many influences beneath the hostilities performed. I was especially delighted with his reference to the modern pioneer in metaphysics and philosophy, Jane Roberts—right there beside the famous psychic Edgar Cayce. Today’s police and lawyers need this novel!”

Madelon Rose Logue, Editor/Publisher The Black Sheep

(© F. P. Dorchak and Lon Kirschner)

(© F. P. Dorchak and Lon Kirschner)

About fpdorchak

Speculative and paranormal fiction author. Please check out my website: https://www.fpdorchak.com/. Thank you for stopping by!
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21 Responses to The Uninvited—Now In Paperback!

  1. Congrats and you are awesome Frank!

  2. jpon says:

    Excellent news. Congratulations, Frank.

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