Now she heard a new sound.  Whatever he was doing made a low, sustained hum.  And on top of that, she heard the clank of chains. Where in the hell were they?  Now she could hear his footsteps nearing her and became aware of her heart beating hard beneath her breast.

Meet Horror and Thriller Author Phil Sanderson

-Excerpt from the upcoming horror novel, An Interstate Ghost Story: The Girl on the HIghway

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Sanderson Predicts the Second Most Deadly Terror Attack

Coming Fall 2016!

Phil Sanderson is hard at work on his second novel, a horror story called An Interstate Ghost Story: The Girl on the Highway.  His first novel, an action thriller called 2018: An Uncivil War is still selling very well on Amazon, but is also available at Barnes & Noble and Author House Publishing.  The author also offers his services as an editor for fellow writers in need of them.

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Indy Writer Predicts the Second Most Deadly Terror Attack

GREENVILLE, Ala., June 29, 2016 – Phil Sanderson wrote a fictional near-future action thriller, 2018: An Uncivil War, in 2013 that predicted a terror event so devastating the media described it as “the second-worst (terror event) in the history of the United States.  The fictional event occurred Feb. 20, 2016 in the novel; slightly less than four months prior to the real-life “worst terror attack since 9/11”, the Orlando shooting in the Pulse nightclub.

Several of Sanderson’s readers have stated that other events in his book have come to pass too.  A review by S.Z. Smith states: “I found Mr Sanderson's book very interesting and it seems to be true of what is happening today. The threat of the government taking our guns and the repercussions from this seem to be playing out in today’s world...I hope Mr. Sanderson has not seen into the future and written out our fate to come.”

2018: An Uncivil War e-books are available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, and AuthorHouse Publishing.