Born and raised in Texas, Nicholas Paschall started his career in writing at an early age, jotting stories onto scraps of paper to later read to his schoolyard friends. The subject matter wasn't entirely school-friendly, but being asked to stop only made him want to press on. Later, after a stint as a journalist and editor, he launched his career as a horror author.
Mr. Paschall has served two years as a recurring columnist for Dark Eclipse Magazine and is a current columnist for The London Horror Society. He is a prolific writer, his work having been published in nineteen different printed anthologies and magazines.
Paschall's upcoming novel, Father of Flesh, explores some dark themes. In it, an occult professor, his hostile nympho student, and a cursed graduate student take on an old god's minions in a struggle to keep the monstrous entity from awakening.
The novel is scheduled for release in 2017.