A short story of mine, "Who's Afraid of the Dark?" is available free on Amazon today, tomorrow, and Friday to honor Michaelmas. Why Michaelmas? Because the story is part of the "Tales of Peter Bishop" series - about a young man named Peter Bishop who carries the flaming sword of the archangel St. Michael.Getting Soul Cycle Book III out the door hasn't left me time for much else, so I haven't read the story yet. However, I encourage you to download it today because a) Russell has a proven track record of excellent writing, b) it's currently free--but only till Friday, so this offer is time-sensitive, and c) I've already picked it up sight unseen, so I have no qualms about asking others to do the same.
Here's the Amazon product description:
Little Johnny isn't afraid of the dark. Big boys aren't afraid of the dark - and at five, Little Johnny is a big boy. No, he isn't afraid of the dark. He's afraid of what comes out in the dark, and what they might do to his baby sister. But his parents don't believe him - so it's up to Johnny to keep them safe.It's probably no surprise that I find a story with horror elements grounded in theology highly compelling. Go get your free copy of "Who's Afraid of the Dark? (The Tales of Peter Bishop) now.