Friday, July 26, 2013

07/26/2013 Fantastic Friday!

Hello everyone! I hope this week has been nice to you. It's been...a week for me, but hopefully that means the weekend will be better, even if I have to work tomorrow. I really wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who's helped 'The Light Rises' get to 50 sales. I know that isn't very high for a book that's been out since 2011, but it's a big deal to me, and I wanted to say how much I appreciated everyone who picked it up. I hope you liked it.

Today I bring you a short story called 'Assisted Suicide' by Adam Moon. The story itself is about as twisted as you'd think. The whole idea is that a man found himself on the edge and decided to finally end it all. However, he's awake at his own funeral and he gets an idea first-hand of what he's done to his family and those that loved him. The question question he has is whether or not he's really dead.

Brett had hid the alcoholism from everyone, and now that he was laying in his own coffin, listening to the words his brother was telling the world he realized just what it had done to everyone. He felt like a coward, but he still felt like he was alive. The only problem is that no matter how hard he tried he couldn't move or wake up. Most of all he wanted to know what happened to Sarah, the woman he deeply loved and knew he'd hurt the most. The only problem is there's a chance she might not show up before the funeral's over, and at that point, Brett needs to worry about what it would be like to be buried alive.

I picked this story because sometimes I just like to read weird things. It doesn't happen very often, but once in a while it's nice to open the genre-doors a little and try something different. This story most definitely fills that requirement. So if you are interested in reading something completely different during your lunch, break, or whatever time you may have, I suggest looking into this one.

'Assisted Suicide' is available for free at Smashwords. The formatting looks good to me, so it is only a matter of time before it will also be available at the other distribution locations as well. Please check out this story and support the author as much as you can, I'm sure he'd appreciate it.

Thanks everyone for stopping by today. Again, I wanted to say thanks for helping me get 'The Light Rises' to so many people. I couldn't have done it without your help. Now it'll be a matter of seeing how high it can go before (and after) the sale ends. At this time though, enjoy your Friday and the upcoming weekend as much as you possibly can! I'll see you all Monday!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the review Kelly. I appreciate it.
    Adam Moon