Earlier today, I published both Call of the Harbinger and Sighted to Smashwords. Both novelettes are free in their entirety. Click the book covers to be taken to each respective page.
Paranormal Investigator and struggling author Lucas Taylor finally has hard evidence in the palm of his hand. What began as a series of surreal text messages punctuated by a damning photo ends with a feverish obsession for the truth. In the soft light of a dying cell phone screen, a man stares back at Lucas with soulless eyes of drowning pitch, classically attired in a suit and fedora that seem out of place in the modern era. His close friend and collaborator Caden Wilson believes that he’s been visited by this haunting figure after having been witness to a UFO. Fearing both for his friend’s health and sanity he makes the trip out to him, the revelations that follow leave him stunned.
Sighted, a science fiction horror Novelette, is my second published work, and will release on 4-17-17 on Amazon Kindle!
You can pre-order your copy here!
Lucas Taylor’s world is turned upside down when his friend drags him into a conspiracy that will test the limits of his sanity.
I wanted something a little more rough for the cover of Sighted, like one of those grainy photographs you see of UFO’s or Bigfoot. You know they can’t be real, but there’s always a little part of you that asks: “or can they?” They have this eerie quality to them. You question the details, even though there’s so little detail there. I wanted to capture that feeling.
The logo itself I had outsourced to a friend of mine named Stephanie Mindzak. I think she did a great job on it, and was pleasantly surprised that she brought me something that at once reminds me of the Sightings Logo (which the title of the story is a play on), and the typeface used for Alien.
You can check out her portfolio here: Coroflot.com/StephanieMindzak
Sighted is currently in it’s second to last editing phase, and a release date will be announced soon.