Available now for only $0.99 on Amazon, my short story The Station. If you like slasher/serial killer/horror books and have a short attention span this may be the book for you. The action is non-stop as a man who just wanted to enjoy a relaxing day outdoors finds himself thrust into the middle of a nightmare. He has to fight both his own instincts and the terror which lurks within the station to get out alive.
I’m not one for the hard sell and really I’ve written this story for my own entertainment
but I thought it was good enough that I wanted others to enjoy it too. If you have Amazon prime you can read it for free.
If you do read it leave me a review, always interested to hear what others think. Happy to be given some constructive tips. Hadn’t written anything for a while and I was very happy with the finished product but I know there is also room for improvement.
As a taster here is a short excerpt:
There was still no reply so I grasped the edge of the door and forcibly wrenched it further open. It scraped noisily against the step as I struggled to create a gap big enough to squeeze through. Shining my flashlight inside I could see an almost empty storage room, a few dusty crates of beer lay in one corner and an old chest freezer stood against the far wall. Just above the freezer was a yellowing calendar showing a photo of a muscle car and beside it was another door which presumably led to the rest of the station.
By this point I’d come to the conclusion that whoever was inside had already left, so, facing the unwelcome prospect of spending a freezing night in the car, I decided to go into the station and search for a phone. Breathing in, I jammed myself between the door and the frame and wriggled my way through as more rust fell on my head. Once inside I immediately noticed the smell of mold. Scanning the walls with the flashlight revealed patches of fungus and damp. Blackness speckled with splotches of white crept from the ceiling halfway down the wall, its progress probably unchecked for years. My stomach lurched as the stench filled my lungs.