For the month of September I’m working as Scott Nicholson’s agent for his title The Red Church. In return Scott is giving away 15% of his sales. Not just to me, but to those who are promoting any of his books. So I’m going to work my butt off this month spreading the word of The Red Church.
Have you heard of The Red Church yet? Maybe you’ve read it? Please let us know if you have and what you thought of it (hopefully it’s all good!). It’s a super creepy story with a fantastic setting and I hope that you’ll consider paying the .99 cents to purchase it for kindle (that’s the price it is as I type this, I’m not sure if it will be changing), or $2.99 for other ebook formats. Or you could always buy the paperback version if you don’t have a kindle. Of course, remember that you can get a kindle app for your phone too. And/or for your computer. And .99 cents isn’t really that much… to be honest I bought it last year for my iphone and for my computer. So please, go out and buy it! And if I do make any money I’ll do a giveaway with it!
THE RED CHURCH: SynopsisFor 13-year-old Ronnie Day, life is full of problems: Mom and Dad have separated, his brother Tim is a constant pest, Melanie Ward either loves him or hates him, and Jesus Christ won’t stay in his heart. Plus he has to walk past the red church every day, where the Bell Monster hides with its wings and claws and livers for eyes. But the biggest problem is that Archer McFall is the new preacher at the church, and Mom wants Ronnie to attend midnight services with her.Sheriff Frank Littlefield hates the red church for a different reason. His little brother died in a freak accident at the church twenty years ago, and now Frank is starting to see his brother’s ghost. And the ghost keeps demanding, “Free me.” Now people are dying in Whispering Pines, and the murders coincide with McFall’s return.The Days, the Littlefields, and the McFalls are descendants of the original families that settled the rural Appalachian community. Those old families share a secret of betrayal and guilt, and McFall wants his congregation to prove its faith. Because he believes he is the Second Son of God, and that the cleansing of sin must be done in blood.“Sacrifice is the currency of God,” McFall preaches, and unless Frank and Ronnie stop him, everybody pays.