Distant ocean breaks
Crashing salty, loud, and white
Feet rushing to it
I have my novel “Ghostly Visitations and Southern Destinations” free on Kindle today. I wanted to let you guys know about it. I also wanted to try and stay true to this blog by providing a little Haiku to go along with it. So, you will find the Haiku above, and the free promotion below. I hope you enjoy both of them.
… There comes a moment in all our lives when we sit back and do a mental inventory. We, in essence, see our lives flash before our eyes. Parson Slang was taking that mental inventory as he sat on the edge of the bed, waiting, a box of shells beside him and hands within reach of a shotgun that would end a human life. He hoped it wouldn’t come to that. The deal is done once the body goes cold. There was no turning back …
Parson was, at one point in time, a warehouse worker. A simple day to day guy, and then that Golden Pirate showed up with the map leading to buried treasure. Parson had debated about it for a good long time, but the chance to wind up rich in this world was too much for him to pass up. So he took the next step, and journeyed beyond his front door, into this new life where he found himself sitting on a bed with a shotgun in his hand, waiting for the door to open.
Follow Parson’s journey as he is double-crossed, pushed into endless peril, and asked to do things most people are rarely asked to do.
Does he get his buried treasure? Does he get that easy life so many of us dream about?
The answers lie within the pages.
Read the first chapter: 1st Chapter