Creepy (Free) Stuff

Last week was a good one.

First, my flash-sized horror story "To Know a Lie from a Hacksaw" appeared in the latest issue of Plasma Frequency Magazine on Monday. This was my Write1Sub1 from Week#25 last year, and it's a creepy tale, perfect for this time of year. You're welcome to download a free PDF of the entire issue here, if you like.

Then another flash, "Darker Ever After" (my W1S1 from Week#47 last year), appeared @ Every Day Fiction on Friday. It's received some good comments so far, but feel free to give it as many stars as you think it deserves. It's a weird story for October, and another free read

So, why this emphasis on free? Well...


That's right: I'm giving stuff away all month!

Next week, you can enter to win a hardbound copy of Stephen King's The Wind Through the Keyhole. This week, you don't have to enter anything but a coupon code: NY35S. Today's CREEPY FREEBIE is my short story "Identity Thief," and the code is good through Halloween.

How safe is your identity? You shred your bank statements, refuse to buy anything online, avoid sharing your social security number in public. You think you're so secure. I've been watching you. And I think your face will look amazing in my closet.

Be sure to tell all your friends and neighbors about CREEPY FREEBIES, post the banner or badge on your blog, tweet #creepyfreebies, and let everybody know about the giveaway next week. Should be a creeptastic good time for one and all!
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