As well as this new release, Something in the Cellar will be absolutely free on Thursday and Friday to celebrate the launch.
Anyway, here’s a little teaser of what to expect from Silhouette. I think it’s the best short story I’ve ever written, but then again, I would say that. But really – I’m very proud of this one.
Scientist Brian Dawlish has made a staggering discovery. He is on the brink of answering one of life’s greatest questions: can humans travel through time?
But, as he tests the formula and revisits earlier moments from his own life, he becomes haunted by a suspicious silhouette at each and every one of these key events. What is the silhouette? Why does it stalk Brian’s memories?
As Brian becomes totally engrossed and absorbed by the silhouette, he soon realises he is not only putting his health in danger, but everything else around him too.
Silhouette is a 6,000 word, 25-page science-fiction short story, exclusively available as an eBook.
If you’re interested, I’ve provided links below. Remember, you DO NOT NEED a Kindle to read Kindle books. Amazon kindly provide a nifty little piece of software that allows you to read on your laptop, desktop, Mac, iPhone, Android – whatever. The iPhone and Android apps are available via the App Store and Google Play, and you can grab the computer version here.
If you would like to purchase Silhouette, here are the links:
It’s an Amazon exclusive for the time being, like Something in the Cellar.
Please note that prices may vary depending on where you are, sales tax, etc. Nothing I can do about that, unfortunately.
Busy, busy, busy! I’ve been working away on the content edit of What We Saw, mainly. It’s a lot of fun revisiting and enriching a world you thought you knew so well. I’m about 30,000 words through the edit, and am hoping to finish this first stage by the end of the week. The book is still scheduled for a pre-Christmas release, but I’ll keep you posted.
A few changes will be occurring on the blog over the next few weeks. I head back to university on Saturday, which means even more work on my schedule. Therefore, I will be cutting my three posts per week to two posts. It is a move that I was planning to make from the start, three posts a week allowing me to build a following. However, I’m sure two posts will give you plenty of content to digest still, and is better than me rushing a third post and delivering verbal shit.
Oh, and I’ve started work on something else. I’m not supposed to talk about that yet.
Could I be really cheeky and ask a favour? If you purchase Silhouette, consider leaving a tweet along the lines of:
#Silhouette, @RyanCaseyBooks’ new #scifi #shortstory, has just launched for $0.99 - check it out! http://amzn.to/OZ4FeO
Enjoy the book,