Download body horror stories at sharply reduced prices

Buy ZF2 right now … before the price goes up!

Buy ZF2 right now … before the price goes up!

Smart Rhino Publications is holding a Kindle Countdown Summer Sale this week only, and ZIPPERED FLESH 2, featuring my story, “The Little Things” is available through Thursday at substantially reduced prices as part of the offering.

Steroids from Hell. Horrendous piercings. Bizarre brain modifications. Obscene amputations. Facial reconstruction. Self-mutilation. Implants. Chilling tales by some of the best horror and suspense writers today, determined to keep you fearful all night (and skittish during the day). The Kindle Countdown Summer Sale starts cheap and works its way back up to regular price on Thursday, so get in on this … like, right now.

Other Smart Rhino titles include: GREEN TSUNAMI (Laura Cooney & L.L. Soares), SOMEONE WICKED (eds. J.M. Reinbold & Weldon Burge), UNCOMMON ASSASSINS (ed. Weldon Burge), and the first installment of the ZIPPERED FLESH anthology series.

ZIPPERED FLESH 2 also features a pair of Bram Stoker Award®-nominated short stories, including Lisa Mannetti’s “The Hunger Artist” and Michael Bailey’s “Primal Tongue”, both of which were finalists for the 2013 award in the short fiction category. Here’s everything you get with ZIPPERED FLESH 2, on a sliding scale of savings:

The sale ends on Thursday, but don’t wait on this. With Smart Rhino Publications’ Kindle Countdown Summer Sale, the sooner you buy, the more you save.

Christian A. Larsen is the author of LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Piers Anthony, now available in paperback and ebook formats from Post Mortem Press.

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