Monday 9 September 2013

SHE'S ALMOST HERE ... and I'd advise not being here when she arrives ...

Next week begins the blog tour for Briane Pagel's new Gothic Horror release, Temporary Anne, and I thought I'd prepare you for what's in store.

For each stop Briane is going to offer a free book that day from one of his other books, and at five of the stops he'll offer Temporary Anne for free, as well. But that's not all. He'll he'll be writing a short horror story on the go. Cool, huh? He'll begin the story, and each host and their readers will get to suggest where the story goes next. *cuedundunmusic*

This is going to be a blog tour like no other!
My name is Anne. With each day of my life, my actions brought me closer to Hell. Now, with each day of what is left of my existence, I struggle to avoid the fate that was set out for me -- or rather, not just to avoid it, but to master it. 

A contemporary horror classic, "Temporary Anne" presents the terrifying tale of a woman who avoids eternal damnation by sending others to take her place, scrambling to avoid the minions of Mephistopheles while searching for a way to allow her ravaged body to serve her indomitable will. The frightening images -- demons made of ice, babies' souls consumed -- will stick with you for as long as Temporary Anne exists -- which is FOREVER.

Get it on Amazon for $0.99! And watch for the blog tour where you can win free copies of this book and all his others.

Here's the schedule:

You might want to wear an incontinence pad ...

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  1. Incontinence pad? Is that like an adult diaper? LOL.

  2. Oh, intriguing premise! Good luck to Briane!

  3. I love all of Pagel's books. He has such an original mind.


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