Itching For Book presents the Stalkers blitz tour! This is a collection of 17 short stories by various authors.
For each day, one of the authors will provide a guest post, excerpt, etc. Different blogs will host various authors, and share their particular story.
See details below:
A Collectionof Thriller Stories
~Released: November 26th 2013
Jason Brant, Elizabeth Collins, A.E. Killingsworth, S.L. Dearing, Andrea Stanet, Bart Hopkins, Chad Foutz, Eaton Thomas Palmer, Laurie Treacy, Jon Messenger, Lindy Spencer, Magen McMinimy, Michael Loring, Nicki Scalise, Phil Taylor, Nicole Clark
~Editors/Organizers: Cynthia Shepp & Rene Folsom
These twisted stories will leave you breathless, dreading the horrors lurking around the corner.
Seventeen authors. Seventeen tales of terror. Infinite nightmares.
~ Foreword ~
~ Author & Story I'm Hosting:
Freezer Burn, Jon Messenger!!
Jon Messenger (Born 1979 in London, England) serves as an United States Army Major in the Medical Service Corps. Since graduating from the University of Southern California in 2002, writing Science Fiction has remained his passion, a passion that has continued through multiple combat and humanitarian deployments. Jon wrote the "Brink of Distinction" trilogy, of which "Burden of Sisyphus" is the first book, while serving a 16-month deployment in Baghdad, Iraq.
~ Connect with Jon Online ~
From The Book!
By Jon Messenger
Jon Messenger graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations. His passion for writing began in college and has continued throughout his military career, to include two combat deployments in Iraq. His four full-length science fiction novels and two short stories directly portray his combat experiences.
He lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife, son, and small petting zoo.
Stalk Jon on Facebook.
Read More from Jon: Burden of Sisyphus.
He didn’t hear a reply, other than the ongoing hum of the hair dryer.
Sighing, he stood from the bed and walked over to the bathroom door.
He knocked lightly.
“Baby? Are you almost done?”
She should have been able to hear him from the closed door, but she didn’t respond.
“Sarah?” he said, suddenly concerned. He turned the door handle and let the door swing open.
The bathroom was empty…