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Thanks so much to Jen Weaver! She not only wrote a very flattering review regarding Dr. Nekros: Book One, but she also managed to be the first ever to do so! I am so appreciative that she took the time and effort to say a few words about my book.
If you want to read what she said, click HERE!
I’m so excited to announce that I’ve collected my e-serial, Dr. Nekros, into a series of three books — the first of which is available today! Book Two will arrive mid-July and Book Three appears in early August. All three are brisk, action-packed reads that will both make you laugh and keep you up at night. And even though each book is around 140 pages, I’m offering Book One for just 99 cents! You can take a chance on me for just 99 cents, right? Still not sure? Read this to make up your mind …
Dr. Nekros: Book One focuses upon the disfigured doctor’s pursuit for vengeance and his estranged loved ones’ quest to save him.
Micah Vadenburgh suffered mutilation by the demon Xaphan. The trauma drove him from both his wife Zetta and his doctoral degree. Years later, living off the money he swindles from hapless victims, Micah has transformed into Dr. Nekros. He travels the countryside in a haunted 1936 Packard while searching for the monstrosity that defiled him.
As Zetta and her new husband Jason work to reverse Micah’s downward spiral, an intricate trap has been set by something far more evil, far more conniving than anything Dr. Nekros ever expected.
A supernatural thriller with a wickedly dark sense of humor, Dr. Nekros: Book One will immerse readers in a tale filled with psychological suspense, nightmarish horror, and … redemption?
I took a chance on this very quick read after a friend recommended it.
Ella Minnow Pea is a unique concept. The premise is that a small island exists off the coast of South Carolina. This entire island’s culture is based upon Nevin Nollop, the man responsible for the blessed phrase: “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.”
Though a literate, incredibly well-spoken people, the island’s inhabitants are thrown into complete disarray as a statue of Nollop begins to lose letters from the sacred phrase. They take these jettisoned letters as spiritual intervention, and so they remove each letter from usage as it falls.
Because the book is written as literal correspondence between characters, a dark farce ensues. The messages begin missing those outlawed letters, and, by book’s end, the notes between characters are nearly incomprehensible.
To make matters worse, the town punishes anyone caught using the banned letters. Beatings, exile, even death can result as a byproduct of usage. Things get very bleak very quickly, yet the circumstances continuously remain hilarious.
While the story itself did not make a lasting impact upon me, Mark Dunn’s execution absolutely impressed. To literally omit those letters banned by the town in the actual story — that’s no easy feat! I enjoyed the structure, construction, and style of the book immensely, and I would recommend reading it for that experience alone.
(Did you enjoy this review? Check out Scott William Foley’s short stories HERE!)
Are you always on the hunt for something new to read? I publish short stories every week or two in a variety of genres. Most of them are between five and ten pages long, and all of them are only ninety-nine cents on both the Nook and Kindle.
You never know what you’re going to get from me. One story will be an inspirational tear-jerker, the next will keep you up at night in fear. Some are hilarious, and others are so surreal that they don’t even make total sense to me. I love to read in all genres–my writing reflects this preference. I can’t be contained to one format, one style, or one genre.
If you’ll allow presumption on my part: I have certain authors that I adore. Unfortunately, they are not exactly prolific. They tend to write great novels … every three or four years. If you decide you like my writing, you can always look forward to something new within a few weeks.
Visit my website’s homepage HERE for available titles with links to both Nook and Kindle downloads.
Thanks so much for your time. I hope you’ll take joy in “discovering” me!