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Andi will be receiving a free copy of the soon-to-be-released ebook of my novells “Dreams of Fire and Glass” (which you can read for free at the Lovecraft eZine) and has a chance to win a free signed PRINT copy of my soon-to-be-released collection of short stories and poetry “Our Story Up To Now”.
On that note I would like to remind you that all of my fans on Facebook are automatically entered to win a free signed PRINT copy of each of my works as they are released, and yes, that does include novels. 🙂 You’re automatically entered just by liking my page. It’s as easy as clicking the button over there on your right, so why not do it right now? And while you’re at it, why not follow me on Twitter as well? While people who follow me don’t get automatically entered to win stuff, they do get access to up-to-the minute information on my upcoming publications and new, special contests that I will be running via Twitter only. Besides, you get more of me in your life and, in the end, isn’t that what we all want?
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My newest novella of the weird and macabre, “Dreams of Fire and Glass” will be appearing in serial form in the May and June issues of the Lovecraft eZine, a wonderful publication that has already showcased the work of such small-press luminaries as W.H. Pugmire, William Meikle, and Simon Kurt Unsworth. I am truly honored to have my work published alongside these writers, and I encourage everyone out there to read their stories in the eZine and to check out their work on Amazon. I was especially impressed with “A Different Morecambe“, a dark little tale of a father out for a drive with his son.
Dreams of Fire and Glass
Young Jason Raene took the coding job with nothing more than a paycheck in mind. But when the game he helped make begins to invade his dreams and waking life, the boundary between fantasy and reality begins to thin…to horrifying consequences.
For those of you not in the know, W.H. Pugmire is one of the premier writers of modern “weird tales” and a lot of fun on YouTube. His collections of short stories and the setting of Sesqua Valley both do justice to the specter of Lovecraft and push the boundaries of “acceptable” interpretations of reality (as any good weird tale should).
Head over to any of his links or take a look at his YouTube channel and wish this scribbler a happy birthday