Okay, here we are, the last stop of my tour… the end. Well, in many ways, it’s the beginning for me.
I started this journey of writing many years ago, in grade school, when I was forced to learn how to write. And that journey continued into a poetry class where I had my first piece of writing published. I was in fifth grade. And from there, the age of computer came, and I wrote my first “book”. And another. And another. I still have the originals of those books from when I was, maybe, ten or eleven. Then came high school… and guitars and girls were the only two things that mattered. As luck would have it, I was tossed into a creative writing class to fill my schedule. There I was told to take an empty notebook and fill it. I was told to write what’s on my mind and never hold back.
And I’ve been writing what’s on my mind and I’ve never held back.
For this tour, I’ve been promoting my book, In the Corner. It’s my first release and captures the essence of Jim. It’s three stories that explore the mind and horror, but yet each story is different. It has 9 five star reviews as of this post and I can’t begin to thank everyone who bought the book.
Now… for those who haven’t read the book…
When the Stars Fade - A geeky computer technician finds himself on the receiving end of a brutal beating when the stars, one by one, begin to disappear as something moves in from the woods. Is the dark movement here to save him? Or end his suffering?
The Second That Burns – Meet Trevor, an unlikely survivor of a horrific car accident that found him on the wrong end of a police chase. Now he carries the guilt and scars of living, desperate for death. His only chance at surviving is Dr. Philips. The question is – can Dr. Philips save Trevor before it’s too late?
The Wrong Side of the Tracks – Taking a road trip before his band, Butler, goes into the studio, Evan and his girlfriend, Barbara, hit the road. But the road they’re on is changing, literally. They soon find themselves in a small town where nothing feels or looks right… because everything keeps changing. Now they only have one thing in mind – getting out…
The story word counts increase with each story and I will say that I am damn proud of this book. I wrote it as my introduction to the world. To say, “HEY! It’s Jim! I’m here. And I’m not leaving!”
Best part is that it’s only $0.99 for the ebook. That’s less than a cup of coffee and I can promise you it’ll keep your heart pumping faster then caffeine will!
The book’s for sale on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, AND via Smashwords. If you have a computer, you can read the book. For those who prefer paperbacks, no worries, you’re covered. It’s on Amazon in paperback.
I’ve recorded a guest post for Jason today and the ShadowCast Audio Anthology… hope you enjoy the story as much as I did recording it!
And when you’re done, be sure to check out ‘In the Corner’!
But, wait, what about the future?
I’ve got it covered.
I have a horror poetry project going called the Poetry StoryTelling Series where I take a horror story and write it as an epic poem. I call it a mix between Stephen King and Dr. Seuss.
Back in December, my short story, Pulsate, won Best Horror Short Story 2010. Then it was picked up for serialization on Flashes in the Dark. And now, it’s in ebook and paperback form. It’s the first season of Pulsate, complete with the original 13 episodes plus 5 bonus episodes and a novelette.
If that weren’t enough, my first stand alone novel, The Devil’s Weekend, is due the end of July. And for those who can’t wait, I have a free excerpt for download via Smashwords.
In the Corner –
The Killer & She –
The Devil’s Weekend –
My site: www.jimbronyaur.com
Follow me: www.twitter.com/jimbronyaur