Cutter Slagle, not a #1 New York Times bestselling novelist, is the published author of suspense, horror, and crime fiction works. He began his career writing short stories, many of which have appeared in various print anthologies and online magazines.
In 2015, Cutter published three murder mystery eBooks. Currently available on Amazon, this anthology series—A Motive for Murder, Another Motive for Murder, A Final Motive for Murder—explores everyday people in dark, demented worlds, showcasing themes of love, control, jealousy, and power.
Cutter’s debut novel, The Next Victim, was released by Doce Blant Publishing in the fall of 2015. This stand-alone thriller had been in progress for quite some time, as Cutter first thought of the plot and began crafting it back in middle school—when he was just 12-years-old.
His second novel, ‘Til Death, came out in summer 2016 and was very well received by his mom.
Other than fiction, Cutter writes an LGBTQ column for Rage Monthly magazine, which distributes to the San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles, and Palm Springs areas.
Originally from Ohio, Cutter graduated from Indian Lake High School in 2006, before he furthered his education at The Ohio State University. There, he earned a degree in English and a minor in creative writing. He now lives in Southern California where he is (semi) hard at work on his next novel, A Silent Town.
When not pretending to write, he enjoys running, reading, eating Sour Patch Kids, and watching old episodes of Sex and the City.
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