Spore and Third Sight Free from Amazon Kindle Store

Spore and Third Sight by Ian Woodhead is free today from the Amazon Kindle store, and has received an average user rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 18 customer reviews.  Woodhead is primarily a horror writer, and I have read some of his stuff and during the review I said I really liked his work and called him a “sick and twisted individual;” in that circumstance, that was perfect – who can think up some of this stuff?  I’m looking forward to reading this one.  You can pick up your free copy by clicking here or typing in http://amzn.to/pRZDp5 into your computer’s web browser.

Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:

Everybody over the age of forty is dying of a mysterious fungal disease, the older generation will soon be no more. Not everyone thinks this is a tragedy. Alistair’s Mother is an inhuman, brutal monster. Now Mother, like the others is infected and he revels in her pain and suffering, penance for the years of abuse at her hands. But Mother is not like the others, she isn’t ready to die.

Spore is a short story of just over 2000 words.

In the town of Leechester England what starts out as the demise of a Jack Russell puppy and his elderly owner, turns the world as Adrian Winters knows it upside down.
Events around Adrian start making him doubt his sanity. Why is he losing time? Why is no one seeing what he is seeing? Are Demons, Zombies and other realms real or is he dreaming it all?
As Adrian’s’ world spirals out of control, he must face the fact he hasn’t lost his mind, but face his fears and save the people he loves.

Third Sight is a full-length novel of 88,000 words.

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