The Latest from Edmund Stone Author

Hello, my fellow readers. Hope the beginning chills of Winter are finding you curled up in a warm spot with a good book to keep you company. It’s been two months since my last communication. So much is going on. I’m excited to let you in on it. But first a little rhyme:

If you feel so inclined

To listen to my little rhyme

Just a word or two

I’d get from you

Would make so much difference.

A review, even if it’s two lines,

Makes the heart of a writer shine.

There you go. To think I write poetry. Lol. Writers live by the adoration and appreciation of our readers. I’m so happy to have you here, as we go on this journey together. Tent Revival is still trucking along, and the sequel is finished in rough draft. I’m doing rewrites as we speak. My editor will soon have it and I’ve been talking to the cover artist I want for this one. There actually will be two more books in the series. I’m so excited to get it all out there for my readers to enjoy. But in the meantime, I won’t leave you empty handed. I have a free download for you.

It’s called Rebecca and Sage: A Tent Revival prequel and you can find it by clicking the link below. It tells the origin story of Sage and how he came to be with Rebecca. Also, the beginnings of the Pendleton Corporation. As a bonus, I’ve included the origin story of Rhonda Lane, one of the more memorable characters in Tent Revival. I want so much for you to be immersed in the world of the Rebecca Mythos, as much as I am. It’s a quick read to tide you over until the big release of the sequel!

Thank you all for being here with me, and always spend time getting lost in a good book.

Click the link for the free Story

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Published by edmundstone69

My name is Edmund Stone and I am a horror/fiction writer. I write in a small rural community on the banks of the Ohio River. I take inspiration from this place full of macabre characters and strange landscapes that most people would only dream of. I'm married to a wife that supports my crazy whims, along with three dogs, a slew of cats and a son who appears periodically from his bedroom to say, "Hi".

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