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THE APOCALYPSE-A-DAY DESK CALENDAR, Vol. 1, free through Jan. 2! *free*

This week I published Vol 3 & 4 of my Apocalypse-a-Day Desk Calendar flash fiction project, and to celebrate the new books (ok, to promote them, ha!), I've set Vol 1 as free through Thursday Jan. 2.

Here's the Amazon link to the full series, with Vol. 1 currently free, and Vol. 2 reduced to 99 cents!:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07RSF9F4L

Description of Volume 1:
In this eclectic assortment of flash fiction, Bram Stoker Award-winner Norman Prentiss concocts a different end-of-the-world scenario for each calendar day (Volume 1 covers January through March). The stories range from humorous to bizarre to unsettling, commemorating holiday and observance days (New Year's or Valentine's Day, National Pig Day), famous birthdays (Robert Frost, Charles Dickens), or notable historical events (the first computer...and the first computer virus). Other daily entries include a riff on the first (and only) golf game on the moon; and "The Milking of Elm Farm Ollie," which reinvigorates an in-flight publicity stunt by adding apocalyptic results.

Each volume 1 includes more than 40,000 words of doomsday fiction!
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