Monday, January 3, 2011

Read a free sample of our eBook of the Day, Beneath The Surface of Things, by Kevin Wallis, without leaving your browser!

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Here's the set-up for Beneath The Surface Of Things:

"Over two dozen tales of exceptional terror."

In 25 short stories in the “dark fiction” mode, author Kevin Wallis shows by example how to look at the alternate possibilities that your day-by-day routine might—just might—obscure. If you dare, look Beneath The Surface of Things.

A homeless man trapped in a hell of his own making finds a reason to hope in "Redemption Song." A camping trip turns into a race for survival after the discovery of a bizarre artifact in "The Taking of Michael McConnolly." A man begins to question his sanity as patrons at a cafe begin to vanish one by one in "Charlie's Lunch."


"An impressive, often unnerving, and always gutsy collection, Beneath the Surface of Things easily marks Kevin Wallis as a writer to Beware of with such stories as Redemption Song and No Monsters Came That Night. Every story showcases Wallis' determination to break through the so-called boundaries of dark fiction and explore disturbing and sometimes even eye-opening new worlds, some without, but most within.  You owe it to yourself to look Beneath the Surface of Things."-- Gary A. Braunbeck
(Braunbeck is the Bram Stoker and World Horror Guild Award winning author of To Each Their Darkness and A Cracked and Broken Path.)

His imagination brings you to the edge of sanity and then kicks you straight in the pants, knocking you over the line. If you need a quick read whilst traveling abroad or just need an entertaining read whilst looking for a broad, you can't go wrong with Mr. Wallis. Give 'em a try, but be on your guard, his stories infiltrate your mind and live there like an evil squatter with an axe to grind. --Todd Banks

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