Greetings, one and all.
My short story collection, The Mind’s Plague and Other Bites of Brutality, is f-f-f-freeeee for the next five days!!
That means if you have a Kindle or even just the Kindle app, with just a couple of clicks you can receive these 10 shorts to read at your convenience. The wonders of modern technology, eh??
I’d really love for you to check them out, especially if you are a lover of the macabre, as these stories are pretty dark and have plenty of awful situations happening to those who don’t really deserve it. Well, most of the characters, anyway.
If you do enjoy them, or even if you don’t, I would really appreciate a review on Amazon and/or Goodreads, but only if you have the time, of course. Don’t worry, if you don’t plan on reviewing you can still have the book for free.
If you want a bit more information before you part with your hard-earned – erm- time, here is a breakdown of what you’ll find lurking inside these desolate pages;
The Mind’s Plague. Three teenagers search for a mysterious internet video that apparently causes murderous tendencies.
An Abhorrent Art. A city built from human body parts. It’s all in the name of art, of course.
For David. An obsessed superfan laments the loss of their idol, taking things to the very extreme.
Conflagration Desecration. A drummer finds the perfect band to join, everything seems too good to be true. That is, until their first gig.
The Price of Fame. A man goes to evil extremes to become internet-famous.
Reluctant Bloodlust. Obligatory zombie tale, but told through the eyes of the undead. Time to be on the zombie’s side for a change.
Thieves. Things go very Lovecrafty for a couple of burglars.
Grieving. A father is sent to madness following the loss of his daughter. But just how far will he go?
As Good as Dead. A man awakes with no memory of the atrocities witnessed before sleep. Will he remember before it’s too late?
Room 405. A creepy hotel vibe, with a couple of ghosts thrown in the mix.
So there you have it. And because I’m the kind and considerate type, here are the links to the book, so you haven’t really got to do too much at all.
I’ll stop going on about it now, but thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy the stories. Remember, they’re FREE!!!!! (Dunno if I mentioned that?)