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S. Elliott Brandis’ “Losing Seconds. Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying about the Time” – Elijah is a man who inherited some unusual belongings from his eccentric but brilliant grandmother after she died. Among them is a remarkable watch which has a special function. How this watch significantly impacts Elijah’s life and how he lives it is one of the many delights in this imaginative but sad tale of heartache and surprise.
Hank Garner’s “Crossroads” – Buddy is alone on a desolate highway, hitchhiking his way to Kentucky. When he meets up with a kind pick-up truck driver, Charles, Buddy starts sharing a strange tale about himself, filled with captivating details that enthrall you and sets a foreboding mood. But it all changes in one startling moment when all becomes apparent and I was on the edge of my seat in anticipation of what happens next. Storytelling takes on a life of its own in this sinister and gripping tale of powerful forces beyond comprehension. It’s the first part one of a multi-part serial that I cannot wait to read more of.
Ian Garner’s “Brotherhood” – Kit is living with his family in England during the bombing raids of World War II. After suffering from a couple of life-altering tragedies, he makes a major decision that will impact the direction of his life forever. But what does all of this have to do with the strange dreams he’s been having, filled with malicious creatures? A tale fraught with tension, family dysfunction and true terror that makes your eyes widen in surprise by the time all is revealed.
Daniel Arthur Smith’s “Times Square Elmo” – Hector is the titular Elmo, working to get pictures with families and earn a living. But when something bizarre happens, how will he handle it? This stimulating slice-of-life vignette ties into the author’s story from Tales from the Canyons of the Damned: No. 6. But what makes it even more appealing is seeing how the average man copes with the larger than life events going on around him.
Overall, there is a sense of “what in the world is really going on here” vibe to each of these stories, steering the characters in unpredictable directions. But ultimately it’s another well-done, scarily fun and very eerie collection in this remarkable series.
Please note I was given a free copy of this ebook in exchange for an honest review.
The first story by S. Elliot Brandis is about a watch that doesn't tell time, but tells you something even more important...
Hank Garner takes us on a drive near Weston... A story of crossroads and lightning bugs!
Ian Garner has a fantastic twisted tale of two brothers...
Daniel really is keeping the suspense and screaming going in his on-going serialized tale...
So get the book and get in on all the fun...
Losing Seconds. or How I learned.....: Would you want to know if danger lurks around the corner? Excellently thought provoking stuff!
Crossroads: Hank Garner has managed to mix his Deep South homelands into a wonderful mysterious new mini-series, to be continued herein! Not surprisingly brill....
Brotherhood: like father like son! OMG, this is really great twisted wartime story.
Times Square Elmo: Daniel's going further down the spiral staircase...
In this edition:
Daniel Arthur Smith places the beloved character of Elmo into an unexpected situation.
Ian Garner tells an eerie story of a family caught up in history.
S. Elliot Brandis writes an intriguing story about a wristwatch that doesn’t tell time.
Hank Garner introduces a new series about reincarnation and much more.
This collection can be read as a stand a lone, but once you read it, I’m sure you’ll want to read the rest of this series.