Hello, dear minions.
Would any of you lovely folks be interested in a free PDF or Kindle copy of Zombie Tree in exchange for providing a review on Amazon? It’s a short story of roughly 7700 words, so it shouldn’t take too much of your time. If you’re interested drop me a line using my contact form and I’ll email you a copy in the format of your choosing. Don’t feel like you have to give it a good review if you don’t like it. I’d rather have honest reviews than falsely inflated ones.
Also, I’m halfway into the final draft of Sins of a Father. It’s a bit longer than Zombie Tree, currently about 23K words, but still only a novella. It’s come a long way since the original 100 word story that was my introduction to the Friday Fictioneers. Hopefully for the good. I’m was planning on a January 1st release for a Kindle and print editions, but may bump it back to Dec 1st since it is currently demanding to be finished and won’t let me work on anything else. I will likely be doing the same thing with free copies for reviews. Let me know if you’re interested in that as well. I might even do few contests/drawings to giveaway a couple print copies. Haven’t decided on that yet.
Thanks in advance. I owe you one.
On to this week’s dose of Winger. Check out the previous segments of Winger’s journey by visiting my Winger Drabbles page.
Thanks to Rochelle for hosting the rest of the minions for reading.
The Climb (The Winger Chronicles: Part 10)
Thunder rumbled overhead.
Halfway up the rain began. It started as drizzle but quickly morphed into a downpour. The drizzle had felt amazing on her face after spending an indeterminate amount of time in the cave. The heavier rain brought with it only problems.
The metal rungs became near impossible to grip as the water transformed the rust into slippery goo. The cold drops soaked her to the bone and sent chills running across her body.
Every time her father moved up, the rope around her waist tugged down.
Her aching arms struggled to hang on let alone keep going.