Lynn Lesher has outdone herself with two amazing covers, coming at you from Edd and Kindra Sowder of Burning Willow Press.
“Butterflies in the Killing Fields” is pressed between this haunting art, amongst many talented authors, such as Kerry Alan Denney.
“Butterflies” finds an American backpacker in Cambodia. While missing his daughter back home, and fighting his depression about her mother who left him, he seeks history. His own ancestors were victims of the genocide brought on but Pol Pot in the 70s. But this backpacker discovers more than he bargain for at The Killing Fields.
“Rituals of a Wild Species” is more than a southern horror tale; it is a criticism of the crazy shit people do to celebrate life’s milestones. When a young band set out for a night of unforgettable fun on the singer’s 21st, they learn a valuable lesson. Question is: will they survive the terror around them and make the changes within?
I’ll let the readers do the talking in this post, but do want to say how flippin’ much I appreciate you taking time to share your opinions on my work.
So far better than expected.
They say the rocketship of being a writer doesn’t land in the literary world until you get a one star review, but right now I am soaring among the stars.
My book is up on Amazon and selling well. I hope you buy a paperback and enjoy the free download for Kindle. Or you could just buy the one for Kindle. Many of my subscribers have freebies coming their way this week.
If you decide to purchase copy, be warned of scammers, such as the folks hocking it at around 30 bucks. It is a great collection. I should know, I wrote the thing. Be that as it may, it can be yours for less than 8 dollars.
And please leave a review on Amazon, good or bad, identified or anonymous. More reviews mean more exposure of my book from the powers of Amazon.
Thank you and happy reading.
I am a little late. Had the pleasure of being interviewed about taking on the POV of characters set in Asia.
Here is my take:
. . . And it is 5, count them, F-I-V-E stars! I am thrilled to star 2018 this way. Thank you, Mr. Queen.
Read a snippet of the review here and go to the page to read his breakdown of each story in my new collection:
Available for a very affordable price on all Amazon sites.
All proceeds go toward my daughter’s savings. At the end of the day it is all about her.
Got my first review for my short story Ugly as Sin, available in Crossroads in the Dark III by Burning Willow Press.
Thanks, Ryan. That was what I was going for. A novella? I just might.
His own story Consumption is a very original and engaging read. I am proud of the novella we are working on together. In the meantime, please pick up his debut novel coming at the end of January.
The book has been out for awhile now, but I have now received my copy and read the majority of it. This collection gets better with every year. Part IV is out next year and I have already been accepted.
Pick it up and get scared.
You read it right. With a lot of help from my buddy Julien we get credit in the sure-to-be-most-excellent novel.
My short story “The Scissors’ Serenade” is amongst other talented artists in this anthology:
Buy it. It is for a good cause with proceeds going to victims of domestic violence.
So what is my tale about? In a nutshell:
A short time in the future the economic bubble has burst. The newfound pressures have added extra strain to the Japanese working class and some of them have gone off the deep end.
A series of violent attacks by an unknown man armed with scissors has given detective Noriko a fresh challenge in her sleepy town. Can she overcome gender inequality in the workplace and prove herself worthy by catching the culprit?
Grab yours as ebook or paperback today. Happy Holidays!