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  Writer's profile for 'G.H. Hadden'
Email address hadgrAThotmail.com
City Montreal: where ice skating to work isn't a sport, its a necessity!
State Quebec: "La Belle Province" Je me souvien que nous sommes Canadiens.
Country Canada, eh: Always drink Canadian beer for a smooth quick buzz!
Sex Male
Profession Architectural Technician/computer Administrator
Interests Architecture and design, computers, biking, model trains, writing, drawing, etc.
Short bio Born and raised in the anglo West Island of Montreal, I graduated Vanier College and work in the fast-pace field of IT on the 16th floor of a Montreal office tower. Writing, drawing, and model railroading are my outlets of creativity.
Comments Inspired by nightmare, heavy metal music and my own satirical world view, I write whatever weird tales enter my mind. I strive to entertain myself and you.


'G.H. Hadden' has written 13 stories:


Faith in Science (standard:Psychological fiction, 3024 words)
Author: G.H. HaddenAdded: May 02 2005Views/Reads: 1793/1086Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
"Oh no." I say, "I'm not going to fall for any of that hocus-pocus!" There's got to be a rational explanation somewhere. "Well then my friend," God replies with a devilish grin. "Have I ever got a trick for you."
 
Fun and Games, And "Peachy-Keen" (standard:fantasy, 4150 words)
Author: G.H. HaddenAdded: May 12 2005Views/Reads: 1666/1181Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Craig is a sporty kid with a need to improve his grades. Shortly, he will befriend Dillon, a smart but strange introvert who’s eyes fill them all with a nameless fear. Can Craig overcome his apathy and prejudice—or is he a mere pawn in a greater play?
 
A Nightmare In Cravenshaw (standard:horror, 5723 words)
Author: G.H. HaddenAdded: Jan 02 2006Views/Reads: 1776/1206Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
What Craig remembers came back in the dark, and he faced it alone in his bed last night. A truth so terrible it cannot be real. It revisited him in REM sleep, when all dreams are as vivid as life—and a kid’s nightmare of death is doubly so.
 
Is Writing A Job? (standard:Editorials, 593 words)
Author: G.H. HaddenAdded: Jan 09 2006Views/Reads: 1923/0Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Originally, this was a simple response to a post. Re: Is writing a job?
 
Enter The April Fool (standard:adventure, 2008 words)
Author: G.H. HaddenAdded: Apr 05 2007Views/Reads: 1564/898Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Cole should’ve known better than to think a simple change of address would wipe the slate clean. This excerpt is from a work in progress entitled Country Dark.
 
The Yank In The Black Stetson Hat (standard:westerns, 3277 words)
Author: G.H. HaddenAdded: Nov 04 2007Views/Reads: 1819/1179Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
A bold black headline reads "LOCAL HERO AVERTS BARROOM BLOODSHED". And he might have let bygones be bygones, if only the Little Crest Gazette hadn't insisted on calling him "The Yank In The Black Stetson Hat".
 
The Incident At The Rupert Hotel (standard:westerns, 5123 words)
Author: G.H. HaddenAdded: Nov 12 2007Views/Reads: 1839/1074Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
KYLE!!!! Behind the bar, Bolton is suddenly sick with guilt. The Yank has a clear shot; and in saving his headstrong boss he's left the boy exposed! If Kyle ends up taking a bullet in Gunderson's stead he will NEVER forgive himself.
 
You Can't Be Careful On A Skateboard (standard:adventure, 2655 words)
Author: G.H. HaddenAdded: Nov 25 2007Views/Reads: 1720/976Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
A 13-year-old bright eyed and bushy haired marvel of energy named Burke has never felt so alive in his whole life until now that he realizes he’s in fact hurtling headlong down Oak Hill Street to his own death—-suicide by skateboard!
 
I Cannot Face The Light (standard:horror, 884 words)
Author: G.H. HaddenAdded: Jan 25 2008Views/Reads: 1518/978Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
I hunt for food and not for pride. A fate far worst than suicide. I am the predator that walks the night. Never again to face the light! (A poetic tale of the macabre.)
 
A Brief History of The Devil's Spine (standard:adventure, 1093 words)
Author: G.H. HaddenAdded: Jan 26 2008Views/Reads: 1627/888Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Folks local to Berkshire Lick call it the Devil’s Spine. And history tells us everything was proceeding well until the Covington and Ohio railroad blasted its way through the Cumberland Gap, and the mountain gave up its secret stash.
 
The Story Of SAINTE-ANNES-DES-MENSONGES (standard:Satire, 910 words)
Author: G.H. HaddenAdded: Feb 13 2008Views/Reads: 1915/0Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
In the uncanny world of Quebec politics, times change, and lies can be made truth.
 
What Started Me Writing? (standard:Creative non-fiction, 1816 words)
Author: G.H. HaddenAdded: Mar 30 2008Views/Reads: 3142/2088Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
An answer to a Forum queston. I’ve always felt that growing up we all start out with such big dreams and promise. By writing, I manage to hold onto that easily lost promise of youth.
 
Beware the Black Ghost of the Bozeman Tunnel (standard:Ghost stories, 3534 words)
Author: G.H. HaddenAdded: Jun 04 2013Views/Reads: 1869/661Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
I don’t mean to scare you—honest I don’t, but you best be forewarned Mister. Beware the Black Ghost of the Bozeman tunnel!
 





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