A: Look at this, indie author Charles Yallowitz’s spine-chilling horror novella, Catalysts, is available on Amazon for $0.99!
From the Author
When trapped in an elevator together, Jeffrey and Darla learn that misery doesn’t always love company. With the screams of death and chaos echoing from outside, they find themselves slowly slipping into a world of fear and darkness they may never recover from. All the while, something is terrorizing the convention outside and turning the guests and celebrities into psychotic monsters.
D: Four posts in 1 day A? Shouldn’t you be writing?
A: This is writing.
D: I mean with words that will be added to my story.
A: Um, yeah about that. My brain died sometime in the night.
D: . . . You’re not going to try to eat mine, are you?
A: No, sorry – I’m not sure it would help.
D: Are you saying my brains aren’t good enough for you, A? Because I happen to know that my brain is of excellent quality.
A: First, not a zombie. Second, you’re a character, a figment of my imagination. No matter how real or annoying you seem, your brain does me no good as it is not real. But don’t worry, D. If I were a fictional zombie, I’m sure I’d find your brains quite tasty.
D: Gee A, I think that’s the nicest thing anyone has ever said to me.
A: I will never understand you.
10 thoughts on “Author News – Evening Edition: Catalysts”
I hope you are feeling better now, Katie.
Thank you – pesky party-recovery was actually a pesky cold that has decided my head is the perfect place for it. Nothing hot tea and actually going to bed won’t cure! 🙂
D’s right. Four posts? Gah! 😉
Love me some Charles reading, too!
I know – gah! is right! In my defense, I was unwell, and thus had no other option but to nap, stare blindly at the telly, nap and then check out what was going on in the interwebs. It took an inordinate amount of time just to come up with the quips that accompanied each post!!
Thanks for the shout out. You’re a posting machine today.
You’re welcome – I’ll have the review up tomorrow or Tuesday. I actually took the day off today – I read! I napped! I posted! It was fabulous.
If only every day could be like that. I’m hoping this gives a boost to Windemere books too. Prodigy of Rainbow Tower has slowed a lot.
Amusing as per usual! 😀
Thank you. Your cover art is fantastic, by the way. My son just saw it and thought it was really cool. Wanted to read the book, I said not yet!
Aw thanks! 😀 Really appreciated!
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