This story takes place in a small town called Wilkes-Barre in Pennsylvania. A young boy growing up with supernatural powers, but he does not know it. On the other end of the spectrum is an unseen force, which is trying to stop him from growing up and stop him from getting his powers and controlling them.
Throughout Wayne Homza growing up he comes close to death. He also gets put into situations where he is forced to get angry with people so that he can cause harm to them telekinetically. As he learns to harm people he also learns to heal people, the more he uses his powers the stronger they get, just like exercising a muscle. All of this is to prepare him for a battle with the strongest evil person on earth. This story will come to a cataclysmic conclusion when both forces meet and the battle begins.
I was born in a small coal-mining town called Wilkes-Barre in the state of Pennsylvania. I lived in a house that was haunted which enhanced my interest in the supernatural. In 1978, I joined the Air Force and was stationed in England, where I started researching the supernatural. The Britons had plenty of spiritual churches in which to learn.
As most children and adults, I read a lot of comic books as well as Stephen King books. All of these books would spark even more of my imagination. My spare time was spent writing my first book; The Homza's Son. I published that book in 1982 and now I will be re-releasing it. Since my first book I wrote 2 sequels and published one of them: "He's Alive, BUT!". I also wrote a couple of children's short stories that I published: "Ma Ma, I'm Home". I presently have a son Mark in Pennsylvania from my first marriage and have a daughter Athena living with me in Elizabeth City, NC. Please visit my other websites at: He's Alive, BUT! Where to buy the book
The Homza's Son, can be found in the best bookstores around the world, or can be ordered online straight from Trafford Publishing: www.trafford.com/07-2262
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Mark A. Anderson has created a frightening horror story. Wayne survived numerous near-fatal incidents as a child. When someone made him angry, something bad would happen to them. Wayne had special talents that were slowly developing in him. He can heal people. An evil wanted to stop Wayne.
The Homza’s Son is an unusual story. The characters are well developed and multifaceted. Wayne was a little on the strange side. I was not sure I liked him. Mark A. Anderson’s style reminded me of the master of horror, Steven King.