Ernest Roberson Sr
Ernest Roberson Sr. was born in Glenwood, Georgia and has lived most of his life there. He and his wife, Angie, have five children, David, Ernest Jr., Aaron, Christina, and Jersey.
His stories are or will be published in Blood Moon Rising Magazine :
“Children of the Grave" issue #59, published Jan 2015,
“The Body Snatcher” issue #60 published Apr. 2015
“From the Scarecrow's Eyes” issue #61published July 2015.
“Have Yourself a Merry Little Death”, issue #62 published Oct. 2015
“Close Your Eyes For Me” issue #63 published Jan. 2016
"Sanitarium" issue #64 April published 2016
"As The Rocking Chair Rocks" issue #65 published July 2016
"Silent Witness" issue #66 published Oct.2016
"Raged" issue #67 published Jan. 2017
Soul Of Damnation
What if your mother moved far away with you? What if she hid you away with protecting you? Would you wonder why? Would you question her? Or would you try to find the answers for yourself?
These are the questions Bob Robertson must resolve in my Novel, Soul of Damnation. At the moment he professes on protecting his mother, but he wonders who’s protecting who. A summoning from the ocean consumes his attention and seems to support the actions of his mother protecting him. But within time a series of events makes Bob wonder if his mother is as truthful as she seemed. Bob Robertson digs for the truth and unearths secrets woven deeply within his past. Secrets that he’s been wanting to know and needing to hear, but he may be digging graves of those around him.
Fifteen year old Bob Robertson wants to grow old and live in a place that’s stable, instead of his mother moving from city to city. When he gets the chance by being summoned to a new, unknown world to end whatever it was his mother fled to protect him. He takes it willingly, even if it means leaving his mother, June, behind.
In the city Fairfax, only a fort stood surrounded by forest. Bob lives, for the first time, without fear. He meets new people and finally gets to befriend, and interact with others without feeling or living in danger.
Then Bob learns that what his mother protected him from, was here trying to get him to partner with them, or live in torment.
Trapped by the lies that keep him safe, Bob must find a way to protect those around him now. But his father and brother forsake him doing so. They want them and Bob subdued.