“Dot Matrix” – a short story by Jack Binding: Free Book Promo on Amazon!

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23 pgs

October 5, 2016

ASIN: B01LWSTJZL

Average Rating:  4.5 *

 

The Blurb:

London’s Square Mile. A cesspit of contempt and adultery into which Larry Hawthorne is sinking to the very bottom. But, one late night, underneath the artificial glow of his office space’s strip lights, a solution stutters to life . . .

Have you ever been stuck in a dead-end job, where not only are you consistently passed over for promotions, but it seems to be your lot to be the whipping boy for everybody who is over you?

Daydream about revenge much?

Typical office politics, atypical solution-from a Dot Matrix printer! Karma’s a b**** – “Kill them! Kill them all!!” Freaky little book – and somehow, hilarious! Recommend👍!

And I thought my book was short! Well, I can only say that what this teeny tiny tome lacks in length, it more than makes up for in  writing, storyline and character development. Really. And in only 23 pages!

A little bit of horror, a little science fiction and a lotta murder. Sorta. 🙂

This is Jack Bindings first short story. Get it. Got it? Good!

(A similar version of this review can also be found on Goodreads and Amazon)

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Time & Again, by Deborah Heal – free on Kindle!

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The Blurb (truncated):

An old house + A new computer program = The travel opportunity of a lifetime…to another century. [to continue reading the blurb and editorial reviews, just click the pic!]

Deborah Heal really has it going on when it comes to her history…and even the technology referenced in this book! Her approach to time travel is absolutely unique.

I enjoyed that there was such a wide step taken with regards to genre…a romantic, Christian, history mystery! And I appreciate that it was well edited and easy to read. I would have no trouble reading the entire trilogy!

Time and Again, by Deborah Heal is currently offered free, on Kindle. No Prime necessary!