Well, I haven’t done a free book friday for months now. I could feel that promotional brute in the back of my mind starting to bully my thoughts around. So here I am, doing another free kindle book promotion. At the time of this post and throughout friday all three of these books will be free to download on Amazon’s Kindle. Here are the quick links to all three:
Here are some descriptions of each as well. The Eye in the Lace and Monsters, Monsters, Everywhere are recently new books to be available for free on the Kindle.
“It began with a drum. Then the monsters came. I’ve been hiding ever since.” The following collections of journals were recovered from a caravan outside of Duluth, Minnesota. The exact date of recovery is not known nor is the origin of the speaker. The Bureau for the Restoration of History (BFRH) would like help in identifying the man who kept these records. This unedited record of events is still considered the most accurate history of the apocalypse that occurred on April 15th, 2011.
From the World of the Greenland Diaries. Before the Drum, a terrifying form keeps appearing outside a forest, prompting a therapist to uncover its meaning. A champion from war is staying at a hotel when a particular challenger arrives to test her. A widower questions his reality when his dead wife’s garden grows back to life. A sheriff’s deputy in Minnesota retraces the steps of a long-missing neighbor. A strange child arrives in gym class with bizarre wounds and even stranger smell. During the Drum, two security guards try walking home along a haunted freeway. A monster takes pity when a trap clicks empty during battle. A cheat code from an old video game saves a child’s life. A little girl tries to reconnect to her past in the haze of monstrous illusions. Many years after the Drum, a young woman hates her fiendish heritage and tries to cut it out. An art student is introduced to an antique medium, which captured the still living horror of history. A curious teenager tries to communicate with the darkness that gouged humanity. A field guide gets ready for an expedition into the most dangerous place on earth. A conversation at a bar reflects the lack of answers from humanities near demise. A sharp shooter must make a choice between one monster and many.
Since I was young, the suspense of finding out what a monster is and how they interact with characters in a story has fascinated me. I’ve dedicated my life to creating monsters to understand what it means to be human. The stories included in this collection have been previously published, freshly revised, and augmented with new content. I’ve also included some new stories that aren’t part of any other collection. You have multiple genres of fiction represented in this anthology, such as fantasy, science fiction, horror, Cyberpunk and Steampunk to name just a few. There are stories from the monsters themselves, their victims, the worlds around them, and the bystanders. Some tales will be connected to one another. Others will be alone. Regardless. There will be monsters.