It’s a wonderful way to spend a Wednesday! Right in the middle of the week, get a free book, spend a couple hours reading and relaxing … well, if you can call hiking around a scary lake relaxing. Ah, you know what I mean! It’s a fun story, and a creepy story, and there’s even a little sub-story going on too. Grab your copy now! Just click on the pic below, or the link at the bottom. Happy reading!
Here’s the blurb:
Tam is a curious soul. When she overhears some small town teens talk about a monster in a nearby lake, it’s more than she can resist. Then she finds out the lake has been closed for years. The town’s drying up because of it, and plenty of people have gone missing on or near that lake. What’s happening, and why? Is the monster legend real?
When Tam tries to unearth the truth, the lake ranger steps in to put a stop to her digging. But Tam’s never been one to just give up and go home. She’ll find out what’s happening at Siren Lake, or die trying.
Siren Lake: by J. Dane Tyler
Check out this cover. Isn’t it gorgeous? Darc had a friend of from DeviantArt do some photography work and this is the result. Her name is Jen and she runs Xcetera Photography. She does some great work. Thanks, Jen!
This is one of my favorite stories of Darc’s. I remember when he wrote it, and being so moved by the prose.
And now you can have it. Free. Until tomorrow.
Just go here: Remember Me – Amazon.com
If you don’t have a Kindle, you can get free apps for it for your table, smartphone, and computer here: Free Kindle Apps
Remember Me – Amazon.com
Here’s the blurb for the story:
She danced under the full moon, a vision of beauty and romance from the ocean’s frothing waves. The moon struck in her eyes and captivated me. Before long, our hearts beat as one. But something forlorn lurked just beneath her beauty, something which grew stronger as the moon waned.
I fell in love with her, hopeless and deep. But the moon grew stronger in her eyes even as it faded in the sky toward new, and she insisted I know her. I dig into my memories but she’s not there. And how, oh how under Heaven, could I forget the only person I’ve ever loved like this?
*** WARNING! ADULT LANGUAGE AND SITUATIONS! ***
What could be more fitting for Friday the 13th than a story that scares the heck out of you and is free, too?
Today is your lucky day!
Seriously, it gave me nightmares and I watched it being written.
Kelly won a radio contest for the first time in her life, and it’s a dream vacation — a fishing trip on a charter off the coast. Lots of fishing, fun, and sun.
But the crew of the little charter boat is borderline incompetent. The other passengers range from an icy blond bombshell to bald and overweight businessmen. Kelly’s not catching many fish, she’s not having much fun, and she just wants to go home.
When a mysterious storm appears on the horizon taking away even the sun, Kelly gets the feeling she’s headed for more than she bargained for. Maybe, just maybe, it doesn’t pay to be Lucky Caller 7.
Originally included in the collection "A Fine Cast of Characters."
Hurry! Go run and grab your copy! Click the link above and get it while it’s free, today only!
Free for this week only! Grab your copy of my husband’s horror anthology, A Moonlit Stroll. Your nightmares will thank you.
Take A Moonlit Stroll through the mind of J. Dane Tyler, author of the horror anthology "A Fine Cast of Characters".
In the newest collection of imagery direct from nightmares, visit an alley in a city where criminals who escape the justice system are fed through another system of punishment. Wander through an apocalyptic future on a routine reconnaissance mission which turns out to be anything but. And meet a small town boy with something besides a growing boy’s fascination with a woman’s legs.
Take A Moonlit Stroll and you may just never look at the scenery the same again.
And it’s FREE! Just this week, today through Saturday.
Scales of Justice [Kindle Edition]
What’s it about? Let me tell you!
A cowboy. A dragon. A lonely trail, twenty years long.
Connor is a licensed Hunter, and carries the gleaming silver irons to prove it. He’s been hunting a particular dragon for twenty long years.
When he lands in Gray Gulch, the old farmer Jed tells him a story of loss and revenge. But Connor’s not interested in riding with a partner – until Jed describes the very dragon Connor’s been chasing.
Connor lets Jed join him on the trail, and they set out after the dragon both men loathe. But Connor is a man with a history and a mission. One he won’t let anyone interfere with. At any cost. His single-minded purpose is tested when he discovers things aren’t exactly what he thought.
Though he’s been on it for much of his life, he learns the trail still has a few mysteries for him to unravel.
It’s a pretty cool story, if I do say so myself. I like the people my husband invents. I like seeing how they navigate through the messes he puts them in. And it helps a LOT that he’s a good writer.
This one’s got a little bit of pretty much everything, so give it a whirl! Then tell us what you think in the reviews.
You can click here Scales of Justice [Kindle Edition] or click the picture. Thanks!