Nathan Weaver’s horror / supernatural / crime novel is free on Smashwords from now until 2nd May (see below for details).
Nathan Weaver is a senior video production specialist, filmmaker, writer, and lyricist. He primarily writes crime, mystery and science fiction, but he often dabbles into other genres if there is a good story there to be had. You can read short stories and excerpts at http://talesfrombabylon.com. You can download the anthology Everything from Amazon, in which he contributed two short stories; this eBook is $0.99. You can also purchase the collaborative crime novella FATAL FLAWS in paperback on Lulu, which he organized and wrote many of the chapters himself. He is working on hard at becoming a novelist, with one draft under his belt. His website is http://talesfrombabylon.com.
Rose’s father, a charismatic preacher with a dark side, begins abusing her at a very early age both emotionally and physically.
It doesn’t take little Rose long to see things are not what they seem in her life, and to know that she wants out of this terrible existence.
She then makes it her purpose to oppose such evil.
‘Rose’s Thorn’ is free via a Smashwords coupon. The coupon code is VZ96Y (case sensitive), to be used during checkout. The expiration date of the coupon is May 2, 2013. It is already live. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/249063
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