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Publication Order of 24/7 Demon Mart Books

The Graveyard Shift (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Hell for the Holidays (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Monster Burger (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Critters from the Poo Lagoon (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Angel Trouble (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Kevin vs The Mothman (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Possessed (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Kevin vs The Loveland Frogs (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Revenge of the Furballs (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Kevin vs Lloyd (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Disenchanted (2024)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Guardians of Salt Creek Books

Jess, Rising (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Jess, Resurrected (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Jess, Redeemed (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Short Stories/Novellas

D.M. Guay is a fantasy, horror, comedy, and humor author who is also a huge horror fan, lover of stand-up comedy, and a big geek.

She has become known for combining her love of all that is funny, geeky, gory, and scary into stories about ghosts, creeps, ghouls, critters, and all things that frighten one at night.
She published “The Graveyard Shift,” the first novel of the “24/7 Demon Mart” series novels in 2019. She has since published at least 10 other novels that have all become bestsellers.
Since she is living with cancer, she usually donates some of the profits from her books ales to the “Kidney Cancer Research Alliance.”

Guay also runs a monthly round-up of weird news, B-horror movies, and horror comedy books she calls “Monsters In Your Inbox.”

Denise currently makes her home in Ohio and loves horror movie festivals, Godzilla, liquid eyeliner, and tiki bars.

Like many novelists, D.M. Guay should have started writing horror ages ago as the signs that she would be great at it were always there.

Her interest in monster stories began with her gravedigger grandfather who sold headstones, whom she sometimes visited at the cemetery while he was digging graves with a shovel.

He would sometimes tell them stories of the strange happenings around the house and the cemetery. Since her mother spent her childhood in a house in the middle of the cemetery she turned out to be a lover of horror too.
As such, she used to take Guay and her sister to see all kinds of scary stuff at the theater.

They also used to watch all kinds of creepy things on TV such as Hellraiser, Tales from the Crypt, Nightmare on Elm Street, Tales from the Darkside, and Return of the Living Dead.

In addition to all that, her mother also had an entire bookshelf full of Stephen King horror fiction works and as such, she has read most of King’s novels.

Add to the fact that she grew up in a home in the woods that was influenced by the magical elements of her Catholic faith, and there was only one career for her.

But before D.M. Guay became the author that she is today, she was a journalist who used to wear suits to work, hang out at the Federal courthouse, and write about serious things.
Things changed when she was diagnosed with stage 4 kidney cancer and the doctors gave her just six months to live.

Too sick to keep up with the rigorous deadlines as a journalist, she quit so that she could write and leave a legacy for family and friends.

She chose horror comedy as she believed it was the best thing that so typified who she was as a person. Moreover, her sister and mother are huge campy horror fans and hence the genre is something of a family hobby.
Even though she watches and loves serious horror, she likes it when some humor is thrown into the stories.

As such, when Guay felt well enough, she began writing the manuscript for her debut and was pleasantly surprised when it became a bestseller upon its publishing.

“The Graveyard Shift” is a funny but creepy novel that has been compared to the works of Christopher Moore and Tom Holt.

The lead is Lloyd Wallace, a clueless crossing guard who is in the intersection of Earth and Hell.

But the man could not have been more clueless as he does not realize that the gateway to hell is the beer cave of the corner store he calls his place of work.

What is needed is a hero but Lloyd is a huge loser as he has been fired from every job he ever held, lives with his parents, and is thousands of dollars in debt.

To make things even worse, he had been dumped by his girlfriend when she upgraded her life.

He had no hope in life and no money until he accidentally took out a monster that was determined to take over the world. Impressed by his bravery and pure heart, the devilish but suave owner of 24/7 Dairy Mart offered him a job.
His colleagues include a talking roach with a particularly bad attitude and a bombshell with karate chops, both of whom need his help to keep the demons at bay.

The fate of the world rests on his shoulders and he will need to be at his best if he is to save it.

In “Monster Burger” by D.M. Guay, Lloyd Wallace and his colleagues are the only thing standing before humanity and a zombie apocalypse.

Things have changed at the “24/7 Demon Mart” ever since a bunch of demons from beyond destroyed it, as they intended to unleash hell on the planet.

To add to the chaos of the demons, they are dealing with a compromised gate, a serious pest problem, and a new owner of a burger joint across the street, who has a personal beef against Lloyd and his colleagues.
Wallace is afraid of leaving his house as he is afraid of the zombies. To get him to leave the house and fulfill his promises to God, his guardian angel resorts to extreme measures.

Things get interesting when human customers of the store begin hobbling all over, ready to eat anything. It is soon clear that the “24/7 Demon Mart” is ground zero for one of the worst zombie apocalypses ever imagined.
It is up to Lloyd, Kevin, and DeeDee to once again save the day, or else the entire city will turn into a zombie capital.

D.M. Guay’s novel “Angel Trouble” continues to follow the exploits of one karate-chopping bombshell, one talking cockroach, and a loser who are all that stand between humanity and death.
At the beginning of the novel, the Grim Reaper has been suspended and banned from reaping, with his scythe taken away from him.

When he was suspended, he had been banished and made a crash landing at the 24/7 Demon Mart. It did not take long for our favorite characters to learn that nothing could be harder than living with the Grim Reaper.

They have to deal with ancient curses, angry exes, and lost souls which is never easy. In their world too is Faust, Lloyd Wallace’s devilish boss who finds himself in an alternate dimension after he was spat out by a tentacle monster.
He has a hard time-saving Lloyd from eternal damnation and juggling a terrifying new boss. As the specter of death looms large and unreaped souls stack up, the Demon Mart crew needs to do something urgently.

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