Post Mortem Press is running a rotating sale all October long. 31 days, 31 books. Every day, all month long, you get your shot at a Kindle copy of a different Post Mortem Press title for just 99¢, and today, it’s go time for LOSING TOUCH.
Now available in paperback, Kindle, and Nook formats.
Morgan Dunsmore feels like everything is out of reach – a paying job, a healthy marriage, and even a good bowel movement. Complicated by his wife’s recent back surgery, Morgan tries to protect his wife and kids from his anxieties, not to mention their financial burdens, but that just pushes them away even further.
And in the middle of it all, he starts to lose his tangibility.
He may be able to walk through walls, but that ability comes with a price. He has to learn not just how to control it, but how to use it without anyone finding out, not even his family. He doesn’t want to become a circus freak or government test subject while providing for his wife and kids, but there doesn’t seem to be any honest work for a man who can secretly phase through solid matter. The temptations, on the other hand–the temptations are endless, and when he succumbs to the first, the rest begin to fall like dominoes…
Elizabeth Massie, Bram Stoker Award®-winning author of SINEATER and HELL GATE says that “for anyone ever wishing for a superpower, this book will punch you in the face and ask, ‘Really, you idiot?’ At once frightening, touching, and all-too-human, LOSING TOUCH is a unique gem of a read.”
Nick Lupo WOLF CYCLE creator W.D. Gagliani says LOSING TOUCH is “a winner not because it shocks or goes for the gross-out (even though it touches on subjects we don’t often see), but because it will make you think—and feel—human.”
Gene O’Neill, Bram Stoker Award®-winning author of THE BLUE HERON, says LOSING TOUCH has “has an unusual premise, the prose precise, the plot compelling, and the story has satisfying closure. Do yourself a favor, read this interesting novel.”
So if you don’t have a copy of LOSING TOUCH, today is absolutely your day. Less than eight bits gets you the whole shooting match, including the foreword by NY Times bestselling author Piers Anthony. And if you already have the eBook and you’ve read this far–could I trouble you to share this link with your friends?