Gratitude hurled like Lightning

My new e-novella, Preeminent Hollows, is out now from Dark Red Press.  On page 5 (do these things count in an e-book?) the acknowledgements read as below.  These are only a handful of the folks who’ve allowed me to accomplish so much of what I’ve achieved.  I don’t think they’ll ever realize how essential their support has been.

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This collection and the tale it’s connected to could not have been told without the help of numerous people.  My thanks to C.L. Stegall and Saranna DeWylde for their experience in aiding me in the editing, and Chrystalyn Bradley-Rhodes for her exhaustive efforts in helping me run that bookstore.  My thanks to Amber McElreath and John Hill for their critical advice on my cover art, and to Quintin Steele on help with the layout.  A huge thanks to Dr. Roxanne Burns and Prof. Francis Graham of Kent State University for answering all my bizarre science questions, and to Dave & Shirley Marshall for putting up with my creative mood swings.  Finally, my thanks to people like Ashley Kite, Ken Gordhamer, V. Lloyd, Adam Womack and others who began reading this story years ago as Diary Of A Kaote.

 

Considering The Chaos Narratives are about a bunch of magical federal agents, it’s followed by this…

 

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Dedicated to my friend,

Jonathan Joyce.

USMC and a

real hero…

 

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John Aurelius is the planet’s latest Chaos Emissary, the first ever to join The Department of Diversified Securities run by the mysterious Quantum Courts. However, there were many events that occurred before he joined Earth’s secret metaphysical police and some demand repeated whispers. More than just the haunted memories from associates and adversaries, these are the rumored incidents that led Aurelius to today. These are the stories of trickster gods and murderous ghosts, of Dimensionauts and S’allow Men. Stories of a mental asylum come alive, an occult shop best avoided, and a blacker house never seen. These are the Prologues to The Chaos Narratives. (an e-novella of 12 tales)

 

http://www.amazon.com/Preeminent-Hollows-prologues-narratives-ebook/dp/B004YTI01O/

 

http://www.darkredpress.com

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