My arrangement with authors that I publish is that with each sale, they get paid and I get paid. That said: FROM HERE ON OUT, I AM DONATING ALL PROCEEDS FROM ALL SALES OF THIS BOOK TO Joe and Kat Pulver. In other words, when you purchase this book, Joe gets all the money; I get none.
For those who don’t know: Joe has been dealing with major health issues for over two years now, in and out of the hospital. I miss him, and I’m worried about him.
So buy this novella and help Joe and Kat out! It’s a different kind of story, but different is good. I think you’ll enjoy it.
A Long, Dark, Grim Road is available in print and for Kindle. The fantastic cover is by Dave Felton.
A weary coach struggles across a merciless landscape, fighting the relentless bitterness of the wind. It is a land of endless grey bogs, of mud-sucked hills, of twisted and impenetrable forest. A land of sin. A land of death. This is where Odalric and Clithanus and the Graue Blutengel, the Grey Leech, hold sway.
Battered and wind-whipped and coated in dust, the men of God inside the laboring coach are every bit as grim as the country that seeks to engulf them. They endure. They must. Shadowed at all times by the Other Wolves, haunted by the Way Home, defended by purity and American Winchester rifles, their resolve is their greatest strength in the nightmare that surrounds them.
For their mission is paramount, and it must not be permitted to falter.
Joe Pulver’s latest masterpiece is as uncomfortable as it is oneiric, a hypnagogic trek through a blasted piece of world, surrounded at all times by hatred and bitterness and evil. As claustrophobic as it is relentless, A LONG, DARK, GRIM ROAD will cling to you, and you will never escape its clutches.