New book, Cousin Calls, published


I have a new book just out, Cousin Calls. Contact me (this domain name at gmail dot com) if you'd like a review copy in PDF or Kindle format. I'll make a new post with purchase links when it's available for purchase.

The synopsis:

A college student reluctantly attends a family chili cookout that turns into a never ending nightmare. A man desperate for job skills uses a brain implant to help him learn, but it malfunctions and leaves him sexually attracted to shadows. A private investigator is hired to discover who keeps befouling the walls of convenience store bathrooms. Two deer engaged in combat find that they are unable to unlock from one another’s antlers after the fight is over. A single mother spends 2020 battling an evil landlord, a fascist neighbor, national political chaos, and a global pandemic. These are the strange stories told by regulars at the local bar on Christmas Eve, stories which each began with a phone call from someone who announced “you don’t know me, but we’re cousins.”

to buy it:
 
Kindle (free for KindleUnlimited)
 
Print Version

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