McFall: Supernatural Thriller by Scott Nicholson

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A return to the haunted world of The Red Church and Drummer Boy, from Amazon’s 47North imprint.

When wealthy developer Larkin McFall moves to the small Appalachian Mountain community of Barkersville, generations-old tales of supernatural phenomena, sudden deaths, and odd disappearances resurface.

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6 Comments

  1. Posted September 2, 2013 at 12:36 am | Permalink

    Let us know how the serial works out for you. I grabbed it from Amazon & look forward to reading.

  2. Posted September 2, 2013 at 12:48 am | Permalink

    Love the new site Scott! Looks great! Thanks for the giveaway!

  3. Bruce Blanchard
    Posted September 6, 2013 at 5:14 am | Permalink

    I wished to let you know of a blog at my site http://bloodeythornes.wordpress.com/2013/09/06/we-are-the-indie-movement that mentions you by name, Scott. Sometime, some years ago, you filled me with a cause – the Indie Movement – that still sticks with me. Good success with your writing, Scott! I did want you to see this. Hope all I well with you! Bruce

  4. Eric
    Posted September 13, 2013 at 8:57 pm | Permalink

    I have to admit that I am one of those that does not purchase a book by an author I don’t know unless the description REALLY grabs me, nor will I pay paperback or hardback prices for an eBook (I know the author doesn’t get the majority of that, and I also know that it doesn’t cost that much to create an eBook).

    Most of the authors I am reading now, I read because I got a free book and liked the writing, characters, story, etc. well enough that I am willing to purchase their other books. Writers like (in no particular order) yourself, Lee Carlon, C.G. Cooper, L.T. Ryan, Jack Silkstone, and others have released a free book that I enjoyed so much that I have purchased subsequent books by them.

    These are also writers that I have communicated with via email and feel that there is more of a personal element to than the “big publishing” authors I also read. To me, this is the kind of “branding” that keeps readers connected to an author.

    I have also realized that while I feel posting reviews for the “big publishing” authors is a waste of time, it is crucial for the indie authors, so recently, I have been trying to make it a point to post an honest review of the books that I read so that others can find these authors (no, I haven’t done the review for “After:*” yet, it was only a couple of months ago that I realized how important the reviews were – but I will).

    I have to admit that I have not kept up with the many of the “big publishing” authors new releases because of the prices. Why would I pay $15 or more for 1 book when I can get 5 or more books for the same price that are just as good (although I do miss Jack Reacher).

    Giving away the 1st book in a series has also caused me to purchase the rest of the series a number of times. However, when the author is deceptive in the way the release a free book that is not a complete story (not even a full short story), just to get you to purchase the next book to finish the story, that is a sure way to get me to cross that author off of my reading list.

    There is at least 1 author that I know of that released a free “book” that was not a complete story, but was intriguing enough that I went a head and purchase the 3 book compilation to get the rest of the story, and then at the end of that book, found that the story still is not complete. At this point if he released the entire story (I don’t care how many books it was) for $.99, I would not purchase it because I feel that I have been lied to and cheated on multiple occasions by him.

    Eric

    • Posted April 1, 2014 at 12:04 am | Permalink

      Eric,

      Just wanted to let you know that your support of Indie publishers is awesome. Hell even now that I’m with a publishing house I appreciate the support and reviews from people like you.

      Thanks again for your support,

      Jack Silkstone

  5. Denise Z
    Posted September 14, 2013 at 7:12 pm | Permalink

    Just picked up McFall and it looks like it is going to be fun ride!

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