Just in Time for Halloween – Two Thrillers FREE | Savvy Book Writers

You might have heard or even know Patrick Jones’ 400+ pages thriller THE WOLF’s MOON

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The Wolf's Moon and The River by Patrick Jones

Author Interview: The Amazing Patrick Jones

Great feature author interview of from the illustrious Dan Alatorre blog!! Thanks so much for posting on Halloween!

The Wolf’s Moon Universal link: http://www.relinks.me/B0077F0DFI

The River Universal Link: http://www.relinks.me/B0157GPKCE

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sandy 3 Author Patrick Jones

We have a lot of terrific authors that follow the blog. Patrick Jones is not only a great friend of the blog but a pretty prolific author, and this weekend he’s got a lot going on.

Sure, it’s Halloween for him like everybody else, but he’s running some sales on his books. The details are below, but take a moment to learn a little more about this insightful man – a kind of  modern day Indiana Jones in his own right – as he answers a few questions with me.

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Dan: What is the working title of your next book?

1pj 11pj 2Patrick: My new book, “The River” (a short story) is now available on Amazon.

My last book, “The Wolf’s Moon” is also available on Amazon.

“The Wolf’s Moon” audiobook has also been newly released on the ACX Audible platform.

Dan:…

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#HALLOWEEN Monster Mash DOUBLE TRICK R TREAT #FREE The Wolf’s Moon AND The River

FREE Oct 31 Halloween!

The Wolf’s Moon http://www.relinks.me/B0077F0DFI

The River http://www.relinks.me/B0157GPKCE

 

 

 

 

Once Upon a Halloween… (A short story by Chris Graham)

A Halloween Short Story from Chris The Story Reading Ape!!

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A short story by Chris Graham

The light of the full moon reflected off the stark branches of the ancient oak, dead for the past six centuries, yet still standing, brooding alone on the hilltop.

A sweet looking young girl child with long curly blonde tresses stood, tied securely in front of it, the moonlight making her appear ghostlike as it shone onto her pale face and long white nightdress.

She was looking towards the village she had been brought from, each cottage showing candlelit windows surrounded by interwoven strands of garlic and a large consecrated wooden cross nailed to their doors.

As the last toll of the church midnight bell echoed into silence, she heard the first distant howl, then another, louder one in answer.

They were coming.

She had been discovered lost and abandoned in the nearby woods just the day before, so the village elders selected her to…

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