A TEAR IN THE VEIL reviewed on Ginger Nuts of Horror



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Hey, better late than never, right? This fantastic review was published in October of last year, and I can safely say this reviewer really got and enjoyed everything I was going for in this novel. Also, Ginger Nuts of Horror is a great site for horror all around. They even host my Early Access review of THE FOREST (PC game) you can read further down the page right here. I even Challenged Kayleigh! (you’ll see what I mean if you visit GNOH)

This post will also serve as an announcement that A Tear in the Veil will be going through a bit of a revision process in the coming months, then re-released in a somewhat slimmer volume with a new cover and under a new publisher. 

It was always intended that A Tear in the Veil would be the start of a planned, outlined trilogy. This new version of the book will tighten the early pacing, in preparation for continuing in the second book, The Unlocked Ward, and the final book in the trilogy, Doing the Unstuck.

So, if you want the full, playfully-meandering-until-The-Good-Shit-starts, soon-to-be-out-of-print Original Version of A Tear in the Veil, follow the link above and let it whisk you away to the version of Amazonlandia that best suits your current global position.

Also, those who pay close attention might even catch nods to and use of characters from the Tear universe in another upcoming book of mine—my first short story collection, TOO MANY EYES and Other Thrilling Strange Tales, which I’m hoping to have out before the end of the year.

Not to mention upcoming short story placements and possibly some other fun things I’m not going to announce quite yet. (wink)




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