E.G. Rose pens new horror novel that delves deep into the dark side of the human psyche.

E.G. Rose’s new horror novel, The Color of Pain, takes readers on a spine-tingling journey through the dark side of human nature. This haunting story follows Raymond, a talented artist, and undersized orphan who suffers from chronic stomach pain and relentless bullying.

Raymond’s life takes a turn when he meets Ada, his new case worker, who shows him affection and helps him understand his special abilities. However, as Raymond delves deeper into his powers, he discovers a horrifying truth about himself – he must feed on the pain of others to survive.

The Color of Pain explores the terrifying consequences of delving too deeply into one’s own psyche. As Ada becomes increasingly controlling and manipulative, Raymond finds himself on a dark path, culminating in a tragic ending.

With gripping prose and an unrelenting storyline, The Color of Pain is a must-read for horror fans who enjoy stories that delve deep into the human psyche. E.G. Rose’s writing will leave readers on the edge of their seats and questioning the darkest corners of their own minds.

About The Author

E.G. Rose colors outside the lines. Her stories dive deep into the dark pools we like to pretend aren’t there and sometimes drag the unthinkable to the surface. She picks through the busted remains of what once seemed unbreakable and finds the story dying to be shared. In her world, family ties, forever friends, promises, dreams, sanity, and sometimes reality itself crack and spill their secrets. Rose weaves them into tales that are haunting, gripping, shocking, and thought-provoking but always entertaining.  If you like books by Stephen King, Shirley Jackson, Patricia Highsmith, Daphne Du Maurier and movies like The Other, The Sixth Sense, Get Out, Let The Right One In, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane, anything Hitchcock and all things Twilight Zone, you’ve met a friend in E.G. Rose.

Imprint: Sterling & Stone
On sale: March 30, 2023
eBook Price: $4.99
Pages: 382
ISBN: 9798215529188

For more information contact:

Jen Turrell Publicity at Sterling & Stone