FOR WHEN THE VEIL DROPS is an Amazon bestseller … two years later!

FOR WHEN THE VEIL DROPS, now available at Amazon.

FOR WHEN THE VEIL DROPS, now available at Amazon.

Nearly two years after its publication, FOR WHEN THE VEIL DROPS (West Pigeon Press), featuring my short story, “724”, is a top-50 horror anthology at Amazon.com. Contributor Doug Murano alerted me to the fact this afternoon, and at last check, VEIL was #45 for  paperbacks and #41 for Kindle.

John Boden of SHOCK TOTEM says that FOR WHEN THE VEIL DROPS “contains some brilliant work” and is “well worth your time and money” … and that is especially true with the paperback listing at $6.30, and the Kindle edition coming in at 99¢.

In writing for ONE TITLE REVIEWS, Samantha Moore says “These stories are grittier, more terrifying, many of which break typical literary style and form. Some of these pieces take older horror themes and reinvent them; others stand alone in originality and style.”

And in its review, Unspeakable Gibberer writes that FOR WHEN THE VEIL DROPS makes “the reader say, ‘I’ve never read anything like that.’ Each one of these stories impacted me in some way, whether it was out of fear or discomfort.”

FOR WHEN THE VEIL DROPS features “resonant, unbridled dark fiction” from the following authors:

Choose the paperback or Kindle edition available at Amazon.com, each for less than $7.00.

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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