Today will be short but sweet. It's Monday, you probably want another cup of coffee...I get that. So let me send you on your way with a pretty simple goal. We all know that it is Women Horror Writer Recognition Month. (And if you didn't before, you do now.) Personally,I think that there are far more talented female horror writers than just one month can contain...so I got another for ya.
May I introduce to you the lovely and talented Eli Constant; author of Dead Trees. That will be my featured Indie book-of-the-month. Good news, if you are an Amazon Prime member, you can use your free borrowed book selection. It is just as good as a sale, and in some cases (depending on price and the KDP fund) the writer actually can make more. So...do your part, grab a copy and let's read it for our March book. As always, I encourage you to leave a review when you finish. They make a difference.
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So...what is Dead Trees about? Well, here is the blurb...
"A scientist mommy battling beasties better be handy with a scalpel. Elise Swanson is trying to give her daughters a decent childhood. This should be a simple task, but the invading undergrounders - subterranean humanoids that have existed since the dawn of mankind - make outdoor playtime a tad tricky. After fleeing Georgia and surviving six months of bumbling self-sufficiency, Elise and her daughters meet Jason. He's tough and nature-savvy. Pit stop fights with beasties define the survival-road that the four companions navigate. The bloody pavement finally ends in Washington State at a government safe zone where the trekkers hope to build a stationary life. Fleeing her home, Elise had two loved ones to shelter. That number has risen. When the not-so-safe zone is invaded by beasties, she will save her family... no matter the consequences."