Definition: Globster: A large unidentified organic mass that washes up on the shoreline of an ocean or other body of water.
After a fierce storm, a mysterious creature has washed up, apparently dead, on the shores of Seal Cove, an isolated coastal town in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. The unknown species is later transferred to a large empty pool for further study. At night, the creature emerges from its slumber, transforming into something monstrous. Residents must fend for their lives against the flesh-eating predator that has made Seal Cove its hunting ground.
Filled with quirky characters, including a marine biologist with a penchant for Pop Tarts and a lanky, goth bookstore owner, formally of New York City, Globster, is a throwback horror story with just the right combination of contemporary humor, smarts, and monster gore.
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DiVitto is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio and resides in South Florida. He has multiple published novels with a horror short story collection coming out in the fall. His current work in progress is Sol, a vampire tale set in late 1970's Miami Beach. He's also developing a television show based on his warped experiences of working in a public library.
He has a master’s degree in library science/media specialist from the University of South Florida and was the former editor for the Seminole Tribune, the official newspaper of the Seminole Tribe of Florida. In his spare time, DiVitto is a papier mache artist and instructor, creating everything from marine animals to super-sized Pop Tarts.