Cover Reveal and Pre-Order: The Lot

TheLot

This short story is about a Christmas Tree lot that has evil intentions.

US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01JMX67U2#nav-subnav

UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01JMX67U2

AU: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B01JMX67U2

CA: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B01JMX67U2

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The Christmas tree lot stood cold and silent beside the two lane road now covered in 6 inches of snow. Gavin Douglas was hunkered down inside the small building attached to The Lot. He stood 6 foot 5, tall and lanky, a once healthy thirty-year-old man who now looked like he had spent the last two months inside a sweat box. He was emaciated and weak looking, ribs showing through his skin. His face hung droopy and long, teeth rotting away, some had fallen out. His once thick hair now hung thin, patchy, and lifeless across his skull. His clothes were dirty and disheveled, unclean like the rest of his body. He hadn’t been able to eat, sleep, shower, or do anything normal since the pine trees had arrived in October, because he felt like it was his job and duty to protect his town, a town he loved more than his own life.

“Come out Gavin! Nobody has to get hurt if you just come out!” Ernie yelled through the only window that found a home in the small building.

There was silence from inside as Gavin held the shotgun tight in his hands and let the sweat drip from his head. His eyes were darting back and forth like a cocaine addict who had been up for way too long. He was frantic at the thought of what the trees would do if he wasn’t there to feed them. He had protected this town the last two months, and he wasn’t about to stop now, not even if it meant dying on one of his favorite holidays.

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This short story will drop just after Halloween. You can have it delivered straight to your Kindle on that day if you Pre-Order it for 99 cents.

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