My next work of fiction is coming exclusively to Kindle on July 5th. The horror novella Rakasa is a savage story featuring a dark antihero facing off against monstrous creatures that dwell below.
Synopsis! The pirate ship Nightwave was adrift and her crew was sick and dying. The doomed quest ends with fire, leaving only two survivors. Expecting to die of dehydration on their lifeboat, the surviving pirates are surprised when they reach a small island. The little piece of land in the middle of nowhere appears just like any other island… but upon further inspection, large holes are discovered in the brittle dirt, holes that travel deep beyond the sun’s light. Unbeknownst to the pirates, their arrival has not gone unnoticed. Lurking in the dark beneath the island, creatures with voracious appetites have long awaited visitors. And now the time has come for the monsters below to rise above…
You can pre-order the Kindle ebook of Rakasa right now and it’ll be delivered to your device on July 5th… or you can take advantage of a nice little offer I have for you!
If you sign up to my author newsletter any time before the end of June, you’ll get an ebook copy of Rakasa almost a week before Amazon, absolutely free of cost. Yep! All you need to do is sign up and I’ll send out the ebook to all my subscribers at the end of June.
So, there you go! Two cool ways to get your hands on my next piece of horror fiction! (If the story ever becomes available on other formats, I will let you know!) I’m rather proud of how Rakasa turned out. It’s lean and mean horror fiction. Can’t wait to hear what you all think!
Writer of horror, science fiction, and dark fantasy. Lover of fiction and film. Lifelong Godzilla fan. Reluctant blogger.
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