Starting right now and running through Christmas Eve, my novella “Head” is a free Kindle download. Follow this link to get yourself a little something weird for the season.
Remember, you don’t need a Kindle device to do Kindle (and yes, I know how that sounds). They’ve got apps for phones, tablets, desktops, laptops, the whole nine yards.
In addition, here’s a sneak preview of “Head,” as read by the author.
For those of you visually-inclined, types, here preview of my novella “Head.” This took place at Culture Stock in Aurora IL, in August of 2014 as part of the Lit by the Bridge series. Thank you for featuring my work!
Get your copy of “Head” today!
Hopefully you’ve now got your own copy of “Head” from Amazon, are enjoying the hell out of it, and are posting raves on social media, telling neighbors as they walk by with the dog, or even waving down random strangers so they can get the word, too. If so, thanks a bunch. If you’re just reading it, thanks a bunch, anyway.
For those of you curious how “Head” came to be, it’s like this:
Well…maybe it’s more like this: “Head” can’t be talked about without ruining its ending. Even in this age of instant information, I still value the occasional surprise, and I’m certainly not a fan of spoilers. To that end, here’s the deal: follow this link if you want to know the story behind “Head.” You’ll be prompted for a password. That password is the last word of the last page of “Head,” exactly as it’s written. Enter that, and you’ll get where you want to go.