Another Clearinghouse entry, this one about a hitman who deals out fates worse than death on a regular basis. One day in the life of Johannes Krenk is one less day in the life of…who? What are we talking about? I don’t remember. How about breakfast?
As is true for all Clearinghouse entries, I Can Only Wait For The Final Amnesia is Pay What You Want, for those of you unwilling or unable to pay full price. Five days from now comes the big release, so stay tuned for Halloween!
Get I Can Only Wait For The Final Amnesia here: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/487341
New novella for the price of a cup of coffee. If you’ve been keeping up to speed with things like the filming of factory farms in the U.S., the altered perceptions of reality in the digital age, or the rather paranoid theory that the Powers That Be can do away with you just by planting things on your computer, it’ll probably seem familiar.
Novellas are notoriously difficult to sell to traditional markets. They’re too long for the short story markets (who get leery of anything over 7,500 words) and too short for the traditional publishing houses (who prefer you start at about 60,000 words). They are, however, perfect for the Amazon market, which is primarily Kindle users who don’t have a great deal of time on their hands. So, while I’m shopping my second novel around, expect to see some more of these, since I have more than a few of them knocking about.
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