My short story, Spectrum is released today across Kindle, Kobo, Barnes and Noble and other platforms.
This is my first foray with the shorter story format, and something I really enjoyed.
It took me about two weeks to write, and I managed to secure a really cool cover which summarises the theme nicely.
Here’s the synopsis:
The human brain decodes only 0.0035% of the entire electromagnetic spectrum. A tiny fraction which our eyes recognise as ‘visible light’.
BioLuminary Enterprises conduct early clinical trials and breakthrough medical research for pharmaceutical companies. Pushing the boundaries of science, they have developed a controversial new study and are actively seeking volunteers.
As far as the eye can see…
The story is 8,500 words in length – about a 20-25 minute read. Perfect to accompany your coffee this weekend (skip the large for a medium latte and give me the change!).
Subscribers to my newsletter (click here) will receive it as a FREE download in PDF format. Those who prefer to read on their tablet/kindle can stump up the 99 cents/pence, which I hope is a fair price. Hopefully it’s slightly better entertainment than Big Brother or an episode of ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’ – unless Bruce/Caitlyn is featured – in that case I can’t compete.
To those on the fence, I suggest checking the book page where you can read the first couple of short chapters to see if it floats your boat.
Every single purchase is greatly appreciated. I’m certainly not in this game to get rich. On the contrary, there are much easier ways to lose money!
I write because it’s my passion, but without an audience, I might as well write a diary. Each purchase moves me higher in Amazon’s rankings where I become more visible and find a wider audience to share my passion with.
My second full-length novel, SIGIL will be released next week. More info on that in a few days time.
Here are the platforms where you can find out more about Spectrum:
You can read the opening pages HERE.