Announcing the release of:
Dead of Winter
The first book in the Seasons of the Dead quartet. Ghosts and spirits manifest for various reasons and in many different ways. An invisible intruder. An invading memory. A soft voice in the snow. “The Dead of Winter” is a collection of three very different ghost stories. a novella and two novellettes, each taking place during one of the months of Winter.
The dead of winter: The coldest part of winter. ~The Oxford English Dictionary
Dead of Winter: A trio of ghostly tales to chill your blood on those cold winter nights. ~Rob Smales
Kindle : $2.99
Available at Amazon
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Greetings and salutations, Readers and Writers! My name is Rob Smales, and this is my website; a place for stories to be told and talked about, and for me to occasionally pat myself on the back for getting something published.
Here's how my site works:
If you'd like to see my monthly posts about the trials and tribulations of starting out as a writer (and to see just what the hell I'm doing) then check out the "Writer In Progress".
If you'd like to ask a question, offer some encouragement, or even just say 'hi', hit me up on the "Your Words" tab up there.
And if you like short Horror, check out the Friday Frights page. I write weekly directed flash fiction for the DarkMedia City website, but you'll find it all right there: story after story, only about 1,000 words each.
Almost finally there's a tab up there that says "Published Works". There you'll get cover art and story descriptions for everything I've had published so far (at least, everything I want to talk about in public) and links to help you find them. Some are for sale on Amazon, some can be found free in Ezines -- you'll have to check out the page to see which is which.
Last but not least there are the "Ten Minute Tales", a series of short podcasts I put out for Coffin Hop 2012. If you'd rather listen to a story than read it yourself, then these are for you. Six of my Friday Fright stories are voiced on that page, plus a seventh, extra story... that just happens to be a Halloween story I wrote for my son last year.
Please, wander about and see what you think. And remember: if you have any comments or suggestions (maybe even something you'd like me to add, or something to try writing) click on that "Your Words" tab and give me your words!
Now... go check it out!