Flowers In The Dark runs close to 900 words -- considerably longer than March's story. It's also moodier and more serious than March's story, all about cults and choice and the growth of the surveillance state, and a few other things, some of which I'm aware of. I think you'll enjoy it.
Pictured: cover model and artist and damn fine stepson Erik Elliott. Find your copy at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google Play Books, iTunes, and/or Smashwords. The blurb (LENGTHY PREVIEW BELOW): Keshawn Bolling lives in a future of total government control. His religion, his education, even the length of his hair are dictated to him, Worse, his... Continue Reading →