About the Book
What happens when a pharmaceutically addicted maintenance man at a local knock-off Dorito Nacho-Chip factory runs out of medication? Reelis Welton Maker brings us along on a horrifying journey through a grave-yard shift, work-place nightmare; come true.
Reelis Welton Maker (born 1970) is a humanitarian that has written multiple unpublished short stories, novels and films. In the past he has spent time working at a safe injection site fighting on the front lines of the opiate epidemic, as well as working as a crisis responder, private investigator, security guard, suitcase warehouse wanderer and as a manufacturing assistant in a knock-off nacho chip factory. Focused on writing meta-fiction and influenced by the greats such as William Makepeace Thackeray and Quentin Tarantino; RWM combines his alternate and occult lifestyle to develop and create a narrative that is based in reality but warped into a fiction beyond his own. Currently, as the co-creator of The White Monster, he resides in the WHiTE MONSTeR BOOKS office located in an unknown location somewhere East of Adelaide in London, Ontario.