My middle grade novella, Finder Keyper, is only 99c – on a variety of digital platforms. Fun for kids and adults.
When David, Joanna and Ricky see the strange van arrive in town, they can’t help being curious. They meet a tall man named Mr. Keyper, the owner of Finder Keyper’s Curiosities & Collectibles.
But, the kid’s excitement turns to terror when Ricky goes missing–after he sneaks back into the store without telling his fiends. David and Joanna soon find themselves in a fight for their lives when they become trapped in the store while looking for Ricky. It seems Mr. Keyper is not what he appears to be.
Can they out run the dreaded Bone-Cruncher, find their friend and escape Mr. Keyper’s sinister and deadly plan?
Amazon / all others
My short story collection, DISRUPTIONS, is available on a variety of digital platforms (and in print on Amazon).
Amazon / all Others
The King of Horror was born on this day–in 1947.
His importance to the world of literature–especially Horror–cannot be overstated. He truly is the “King”.
One of the most important books (especially in Fantasy literature) was published on this day in 1937.
The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien popularized modern Fantasy and is still loved by fans to this day.
My collection of short stories, titled DISRUPTIONS, is now live on multiple platforms. It’s a collection of horror, fantasy and weirdness (both new & previously published).
Please buy a copy.
Amazon / Barnes & Noble / Kobo / iBooks / Inktera / Scribd / 24Symbols
My humor book–The Little Things DO Suck!–is now available in a new edition. If you are annoyed by some of the things people do, then you will find many things in this book they you can relate to–and maybe even some you’re guilty of.
A great bathroom reader, or if you just need to waste some time.
You can find it on multiple formats:
Got this 4-star review (on Smashwords -http://tinyurl.com/z3l23pt), for my Creeping Crawling Cinema eBook.
“A concise review of many bug movies. Nothing new here if you’re familiar with the subject, but a good starting point for those new to the subject.”
You can also find the free eBook, for the Nook (at Barnes & Noble) – click on the book cover