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Old 01-26-2010, 12:01 AM   #1
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Reading with Randolph - The Dark Arts - Horror

So, after finishing work on seven science fiction novels and novellas, I decided to write a hyper condensed supernatural horror short called Dark Arts: Rising.

It's fairly short, and was presented as a weekly serial on the Dark Arts Blog

Now it's available in its entirety for free at Smashwords HERE where it's received reviews that could only be described as bipolar.

What I'm wondering is if this condensed piece is interesting and entertaining enough to be expanded into a full sized novel. I'd love to hear your opinions here and right on the Smashwords page if you have time.

Again, it's free since it was an experiment and a very tightly written, condensed novel. Normally my fiction takes more time to develop characters, plot, etc...

Have at it guys!
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