I woke up this morning and the birds were chirping, the sun was shining, and my new ebook finished the review process on Amazon to be published. I was (and am) excited to share with you all its release. And here it is!
Last week, I shared with you all the cover reveal and a short snippet of how I thought up the story idea. Now let’s complete that circuit by including the description and a summary.
Jessica’s world revolves around studying at college and affording prepackaged meals, which leaves little time for socializing. In fact, she is quite content without being noticed, which only makes the attention of a mystery texter all the more unwanted.
She isn’t unfamiliar with strange advances, but this is something entirely different. This person knows things about her. Things beyond just an average stalker.
Even after all that, Jessica would be much more content to forget than discover who is chasing her, electronically or otherwise. Eventually, she finds out that she can’t outrun her past.
Length: Novelette (8,000 words)
You might ask why a novelette size. The real answer is that it’s the length of what came to me along with the story idea. Some story ideas that come to me are full-length novel size, and some are short story or novelette size. I do have a full-length novel (Victorian age fantasy) that I finished somewhat recently, and I’m in the midst of deciding which publishing route I want to go with it.
I don’t consider myself necessarily a horror writer either. Or at least, not just a horror writer. I have works in mind that range from romance to fantasy, horror to science fiction–and all those in varying lengths. That’s one of the great things about self-publishing–there is freedom to explore multiple genres in lengths that are different than the conventional. I’ll be adding more over time on this page.
Anyway, I appreciate the opportunity to share this ebook with you all. For those who are interested in reading it, an Amazon review would be wonderful if you have the time to leave one. It seems that reviews are becoming more and more important on Amazon these days.
Thank you all for your support and well wishes. I’ve said it before, but you all are the best group of readers that I have ever encountered. If you have any thoughts or feedback, I’d love to hear it below.