Strap on your respiratory masks and whip out your tissues, The Seneca Scourge is here. My pandemic party is available as a Kindle e-book on Amazon.com, a NOOK book at Barnes & Noble.com, and a PDF e-book on Whiskey Creek Press. The paperback’s release date remains anyone’s guess, but I’m bounding like a toddler in a bouncy house, nonetheless.
What The Seneca Scourge is:
- A medical thriller with a side of science fiction
- A quick read with hopefully a decent story
- A chance to learn medical lingo, thereby astounding your friends
- A few hours of imagination
- A safe way to get the flu
- My baby
What The Seneca Scourge is not:
- An artistic literary oeuvre full of flowery prose and magical sentences
- A bodice-ripping romance
- A bondage, safe-word-requiring love story
- A vampire, zombie, and other worldly creature rompfest
- A movie with Kristen Stewart
So, if you’re cool with the above, then I’d be honored if you gave it a try, and I’d be tickled as a pickle if you left a review on one of the sites. As a thank you for the latter, I will send a signed copy of the paperback version to the first seven blogging-buddy reviewers (just email me to let me know you left one). Yes, I realize that is after the fact—i.e., after you’ve read it—but at least the book cover is shiny and the woman on it pretty.
And now, if you’ll excuse me, I have some tequila to drink…
In case you can’t function without a question, do you leave book reviews? Do reviews sway your reading choices? Do you think Stephen King cares that he got 98 one-star reviews on his latest book? Or do you think he cracks open a beer and counts his money?