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    If You Want It, You Got It

    I'm currently offering my short story, "Slay Me" to anyone who wants it up until Thursday. It'll be available on Kindle in a few days and I would appreciate a review or two for those who can. Simply PM me your email before Friday at midnight eastern time and you'll get a PDF shortly thereafter.

    And as a teaser, it includes the first ten pages of my novella The Zombie Show.

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    How short? I'm up for a quick read and can do a review but only if its not too long. Your writing sounds like something I would be interested in but I only take short breaks from trying to catch up on my King reading. Let me know how long it is.

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    The short is 3,846 words, but I have an excerpt of my upcoming novella in it, bringing the whole thing to 11,653 words.

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    I was thinking in terms of pages. I'll pm you anyway.

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    Here is my Amazon review of Slay Me by Gerald Rice. It will be on Amazon within 48 hours according to the message I got.

    This was my first venture into the world of Gerald Rice and I was delighted with this first short story. Short and to the point, just the way I like my short stories. It kept me wanting to know more about Walter and what was going to happen. At one point I thought I had the entire story played out in my head thinking, “This is too predictable.” but I was completely and utterly wrong about where the story was going. I enjoyed Rice’s version of events much more than the ones I had conjured up myself and the ending was simply fantastic.

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