Atty's Attic

My attic is dusty and has a plethora of junk in it. I must say it's a fun place to hang out and look at what's rolling around in my head. If you don't mind the dust, I'd love to have you.

Oh the Horror!

Paul Griffiths has invaded my blog! 

He is the author of the horror, and I mean HORROR, series – The Stream Liner.

Please Paul, tell us your inspiration.

My inspiration? Sure.

The Stream Liner Series was born out of a time in my life when I was at my lowest; my mentality was not in a positive place, I needed to leave reality and bury myself in a fantasy world, a world where I controlled what happened. Who lived who died who laughed and who cried? I quickly realized for me to cope with what was happening in my life at that time writing was the best way of escaping the pain I was in. I have absolutely no idea why my mind picked up the lap top and pressed word. My fingers just started to write I had no beginning middle or end to what I was doing. Before I even realized what I was doing I had finished five pages, I can remember sitting there reading back what I had done. The more I wrote the less I wanted to stop, this was the time I really realized that being in the fantasy world was a far better experience to me than real life, I still feel this to this day.


Wow! Okay, let’s give the readers a rundown of what it’s about.



The Stream Liner is a powerful alien who crash landed on earth hundreds of years ago, his only goal is to somehow go home, he has no challengers on this planet, and humans to him are nothing more than ants. To keep him from not going insane he devises his own games, these games normally exist of people, men and women as he has no preference, where he can manipulate and make them do things that they would never normally dream of in their own life.

One of the main characters, a young girl by the name of Shannon is struggling to keep herself and her only brother left in this world away from the drugs and gang violence that is rife in their home town, the only problem is Ben her brother has no intention of keeping out of trouble, he has joined a gang and he thinks this is his best way of protecting his sister, he loves the control this gives him over other people. As in real the real world nothing in life is that simple, Shannon’s life gets turned on its head as the books go on, finding love is the easy part keeping what she wants is another thing. What with the Stream Liner and a serial killer on the loose nobody is safe, one thing is for sure though Shannon has not come this far to lose what she has left in her life.

“You can run but you cannot hide from the Stream Liner.” A six book series.


Scary fantastic! Thank you so much.

I’ve provided links for you all to check out. Please, if you dare, go snag a read.





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