Mark Lukens has been writing since the second grade when his teacher called his parents in for a conference because the ghost story he’d written had her a little concerned.

Since then he’s had several stories published and four screenplays optioned by producers in Hollywood. He is the author of the Ancient Enemy series, Sightings, The Exorcist’s Apprentice, Devil’s Island, Sleep Disorders, and the Dark Days post-apocalyptic series. He is a proud member of the Horror Writers Association.

He grew up in Daytona Beach, Florida. But after many travels and adventures, he settled down in Tampa, Florida with his wonderful wife and son, and a stray cat they adopted.

He would love to hear from you and he can be found on Facebook (Mark Lukens Books) and on Twitter @marklukensbooksooks and he can be reached by e-mail at marklukensbooks@yahoo.com

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Just finished Ancient Enemy, also read Devil’s Island and am ready to start The summoning. I am 85 yrs young and have always loved to read. Your books are outstanding. Have stayed up late to read because I just couldn’t put it down. My son got me a Kindle for Christmas and I am happily reading everything. Thank goodness for free ebooks. Keep writing and I’ll keep reading.

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  2. I recently stumbled into “Sightings” and ” Devils Island” while looking around the Kindle store. I have to confess, your books are the first to make me uneasy since I read The Amityville Horror as a kid, and that includes King, Koontz and any other thousand books and authors. Your work is scary, highly readable, and addicting. Great work, and I have moved you to the top of the list when someone mentions great horror writers!


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