Flowers For Evelene

by Joseph A. Pinto

Everyone has their demons… Doug Parkerson knows it all too well. He was haunted as a child when his loved ones left him one by one. Now, he wishes to put his grief behind him and reclaim his life. But there is one person who has never left him. One woman who was always there. Doug Parkerson is about to discover her overwhelming desires will become his own…

This book takes a dark twist down the gut wrenching path of soul shattering depravity brought on by one’s own inner demons. Are they real or imagined? Does it matter when you’re fighting for your survival?

*Note from Nina:
I don’t usually comment on the books I post here as I want this to be a place where everyone can look, choose, and judge for themselves. But I’m going to take the opportunity to comment on this title and make you an offer at the end.

When I first got involved in the publishing business, I entered one of those random “who wants to win my book” contests and it happened to be for Flowers For Evelene. When I got the book, I was surprised by the size of it, it’s 388 print pages, and I honestly wasn’t  expecting much as it was an indie book edited and pub’d by the author himself. But what I found was that I was extremely intrigued by the level of intensity in this piece. Now, anyone who actually knows me knows I’m in a writing group with Joe Pinto, so they might question my opinion. I’ll say this – I read the book before I knew him, I loved it, and it is one of the reasons I not only wanted to know more about him and his writing, but am proud to be a member of the writer’s group he founded.

His passion, intensity, and skill for his craft clearly show through in this book. For the  cost, this book is well worth the read.

And for all of us out there who believe we’ve managed to stuff our own little demons away, step into Doug Parkerson‘s world, you may find yourself very surprised!

The Offer:
I believe this author has so much untapped potential, and his book will kick so many people square in the teeth, that I’ll buy an Kindle eBook copy for the first 5 people to leave a comment and tweet this out! And if he ever ends up re-drafting it as it was the first piece he published, I’ll make sure those same 5 people receive a copy of the re-draft as well.

*note: while this book is in no way classified as erotica, it does contain a strong sexual element along with horror; if you are under the age of 18, or this is not your type of read, please don’t participate!

Let’s see who bothers to read to the end of the post, shall we?  ;}

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About Nina D'Arcangela

Nina D’Arcangela is a quirky horror writer who likes to spin soul rending snippets of despair. She reads anything from splatter matter to dark matter. She's an UrbEx adventurer who suffers from unquenchable wanderlust. She loves to photograph abandoned places, bits of decay and old grave yards. Nina is a co-owner of Sirens Call Publications, a co-founder of the horror writer's group 'Pen of the Damned', founder and administrator of the Ladies of Horror Picture-prompt Monthly Writing Challenge, and if that isn't enough, put a check mark in the box next to owner and resident nut-job of Dark Angel Photography.
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10 Responses to Flowers For Evelene

  1. I’m surprised that no one has taken you up on your offer Nina!

    Peeps, you should start commenting! It’s a free book and it’s written by the talented Mr. Pinto! Where are people’s heads??


  2. Love reading new stuff!

  3. Thank You Very Much!

  4. Reblogged this on The Flip Side of Julianne and commented:
    You all need to read this post by Ms. Nina D’Arcangela!! Plus there’s an offer for a free book as well from the talented Joseph Pinto!!

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