FREE Short Story - Verso.ink
The Covid-19 pandemic is disrupting life as we know it, and from the looks of things we're only getting started. It's been amazing to see so many authors and content creators share some of their work for free or at discounted prices at this time as just a small way to give back. Time is something we might all have a little more of in the coming weeks or months.
Fiction has always provided an escape from the world, and I'd argue particularly that the horror genre has always been that counter-balance to keep the horrors of the real world in check. For those who aren't aware, I have several free stories and even a novella available at no cost on all eBook platforms. You can find links to each of these free eBooks here.
But in addition to these stories, I've just published the first story in my new collection of short stories, The Passengers You Cannot See, on a new public platform called Verso.ink. It's a place where authors can share short stories for free and readers can jump on and check out free fiction. This particular story, titled Driven, is a great preview of what you can expect from my collection and has sort of a Twilight Zone-esque approach to it.
For those of you who have purchased copies of the new release, THANK YOU. Reviews continue to come in, with quite a few comparing the collection to the Netflix TV show Black Mirror. If you have read the collection, please add your thoughts as a review on Amazon or Goodreads, and if you haven't yet checked it out, it's also available for free under Kindle Unlimited or to purchase for less than a cup of coffee.
Stay safe out there and don't panic. The good news is that we're all in this together. And like all horrors--whether real or fictional--an end is always within sight.