FREE GIFT TO ALL PARTICIPANTS! To get your free gift, you must participate and follow the contest entry instructions. The free gift is a short story by me. This will be sent by email in pdf format. Pdf can be converted to your kindle should you choose. Gift will be sent December 5, after the winner is chosen. Your Free Gift
The Empty Room Genre: Horror Length: 1,500 words Format: pdf Warning: This story contains language and violence that may be offensive to some readers.
Important: Please read all the instructions before participating.
Winners will be chosen and contacted on Dec. 5th. Please make a note of this contest on your calendar, to check your inbox and junk folder for an email from me on that date.
Winner will have 72 hours to respond to email, so PLEASE make sure to check your email and junk folder.
If I do not hear from the winners in 72 hours, a new winner will be chosen. This is to make it fair to all participants, as in the past there have been winners that never responded, and this way the prize gets awarded and received.
Once the winners have responded and have confirmed, I will announce their names here on this blog, and on my Facebook Event Page, as well as Twitter, and my Facebook profile and page.
***Winner will be required to answer a question before receiving their prize.
Here is what the winners will receive:
3 Posters (approx. 7.25"x10.5")
4 Small Posters (approx. 4"x6")
3 Bookmarks (approx. 2.25"x10.25") I can autograph all these, if you wish.
10 Assorted Flavors Tea Bags
Your Choice of One of the following Ebook Short Stories:
The Visitor's Room
The Fifth Floor
Six E. H. James' Short Stories (ebook format)
The Visitor's Room
The Fifth Floor
Realms of Darkness: A Collection of Three Short Stories
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The Demon Series Compendium
The Demon Series
A Collection of all 8 Demon Series Parts
A story that spans centuries all begins on a
September night, in
1962, when Max Jensen steps into the cellar of Edward
the anniversary of the serial killer’s execution.
Setting into motion a series of events that will
change history, it's
now up to Jesse Miller, together with an ex-priest, a
reporter, a ghost, a high school buddy, and a demon-killing beast, to attempt
to set the timeline back again.
Will they succeed, or will demons wipe humanity from
the face of
WARNING: This book contains violence and language that may be offensive to some readers.
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+ One Short Story
Close Up of Posters
Third Poster is a Replica of the Cover
Replica of Pendant from Supernatural Show Worn by Dean
Hollow Heart with Beads Inside
Butterfly Wishing Bottle with Removable Cork
Your Choice of One of the following Ebook Short Stories
(Laura, The Visitor's Room, The Fifth Floor, or The Orah)
Laura, The Visitor's Room, or The Fifth Floor will be emailed as a mobi to a Kindle Email address only. If you don't own a Kindle, or use a Kindle app on a device, for copyright purposes a watermarked pdf will be provided. The Orah will be emailed as a watermarked pdf.
6 E. H. James' Short Stories (ebook format)
Laura, The Visitor's Room, The Fifth Floor, and Realms of Darkness: A Collection of Three Short Stories
Laura, The Visitor's Room, The Fifth Floor, and Realms of Darkness will be emailed as mobis to a Kindle Email address only. If you don't own a Kindle, or use a Kindle app on a device, for copyright purposes watermarked pdfs will be provided.
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How to Enter for your chance to win:
To be entered for a chance to win the Grand Prize or 2nd Prize,
here is what you need to do.
*Proof of Purchase is Required.
Purchase a copy of The Demon Series Compendium ebook. When you make your purchase, please take a screen shot of your receipt, clearly showing the date, and what you purchased.
For those who don’t wish to use the universal link,
here is the ASIN. You can use this to find the book on your country’s Amazon.
Attach that screen shot to an email and email it to:
Put "Compendium Contest" in the subject line.
If you don't know have a cutting tool, or know how to do a screen shot, please scroll down for instructions on how to take a screen shot. If you don't want to do a screen shot, you can print the screen (MUST clearly show the date and your purchase) then scan it back into your computer, and attach it to an email and send to my email above.
All names will be collected and winners determined using a program that will chose a name at random.
As stated above, winners will be required to answer a question before prize can be awarded.
In order to be eligible to enter, emails with receipts must be received during the dates and times stated at the top of this blog.
Winner of the Grand Prize will be mailed out their prize as soon as they are confirmed and have answered the qualifying question, and have provided their mailing address. Their chosen ebook will be emailed as a mobi to a kindle email address. If you do not have a kindle email address, a watermarked pdf will be sent. Should you choose The Orah, it will be sent as a watermarked pdf.
Winner of the 2nd Prize will be emailed the ebooks as mobis to a Kindle email address, upon answering the qualifying question. If you do not have a Kindle email, watermarked pdf's will be provided.
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How to take a screen shot.
Position the screen so you can clearly see the purchase, and date. etc.
On your computer keyboard locate and press the key that reads Print Screen. It's usually located around the top right of your keyboard and may have PrtSc on it.
The screen shot has now been captured.
To access the shot, now go into Paint.
If you don't know where that is, use the computer's search function and type in Paint. The Program should show up in a list.
Click on Paint. Open the program.
On the top left you will see a clipboard. Click Paste.
The image you captured should now appear on the Paint Screen.
Now click File on the top left, choose "save as" and decide what folder you will put it in, and give it a name.
Go to your email account. Click attach, find the folder, click on the image and attach it to the email.
Put Compendium Contest in the subject line and email the receipt to the email given above.
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This contest is a thank you from me to those of you who purchase and read my books. To you, I wish to show my appreciation and love!
When Max Jensen is brutally murdered, on September 9, 1962, Timmy Jensen’s life is changed forever.
Timmy adored Max, and his loss was something neither he, nor his parents, could overcome. Shunned and ostracized, as the brother of that murdered teen, Timmy manages to find a job with a kind man by the name of Earl Jackman. Hauling away junk from people’s attics, Timmy meets Jenny Krieger and falls in love. Only Jenny’s father won’t have it, and she is shipped off to boarding school in Europe. But not before he meets Jenny’s grandma and is given a powerful medallion, known as the Amaarand.
Told he can use it to rescue his brother Max’s soul from hell, he must now patiently wait for his opportunity. He just didn’t know he’d have to wait until 2012.
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“It’s not him. I’m telling you. He’s upstairs in his
Ten-year-old Timmy Jensen sat up in bed. The clock
Footsteps rose on the stairs.
“Mom?” He climbed from under the covers and padded
to his bedroom door. Opening it a crack, he peeked out.
“Max? Honey?” She rapped lightly on Max’s door.
There was no answer, and she opened it.
“Max?” She flipped his light on. For a moment, she
stood silently in the doorway, and then collapsed onto her knees, falling
against the door.
Timmy stepped into the hall. “Mom?”
She threw her head back, her mouth agape, as tears
streamed down her face. His father kneeled next to her and took her into his
“Go to bed, Timmy. Your mom can’t talk just now.”
His chin trembling, his father bowed his head and closed his eyes.
A knot tightened in the pit of his stomach. His
knees shook, and he gripped the door. “Did something happen?”
She screamed, and it was as if an ice-cold shard
pierced his heart.
His legs became heavy, his knees wobbling. He tried
to swallow, but his mouth was dry. “Mommy…Max?”
“Hey, you’re the brother of that kid who was
Tim kept his eyes trained on the register. “That
was a double cheeseburger, extra pickles, a large fries, and a…”
“Medium root beer.”
“Right. A medium root beer.” He rang up the order
and gave him his change.
He wasn’t much older than Tim. In his late teens,
if he had to guess. For some reason, they were always the most likely to blurt
out the most inappropriate remarks.
Tim gathered his order and handed it to him.
“That was gruesome, man. What they found of your brother.”
“Do you seriously have nothing better to do, than
be a complete asshole?”
The teen pulled up. “What did you just say to me?”
“I called you out for the insensitive fuck that
you are. Who goes around announcing the body was found in pieces to a member of
the family? What kind of a person does that?”
Tim turned, as his boss came out of his office.
The teen grinned. “Ooo, it looks like someone’s in
“Bit difficult to be in trouble, when I no longer
work here, shithead.” He took off his hat and apron and tossed them on the
counter. “I quit.”
It had been the fifth job that summer, where
obnoxious customers would comment or stare and whisper, some even turning
around and leaving at the mere sight of him. It had been six years since Max’s
dismembered body had been discovered in the cellar of the Starke house, and no
one was about to forget it any time soon. After all, how often does something
like that happen in a town like Fairfield? Well, that is besides Starke. That
no one could determine how he was torn to shreds, and that it happened on the
anniversary of Starke’s execution, only added grist to the gossip mill.
It became clear he couldn’t work anywhere serving
the public, least not in this town. But then it had been all over the news. So
it’s not like he could just up and get a job in the next town over, or anywhere
for that matter.