Honor the Suffering is Free for the weekend – Paranormal Historical Fiction with a Twist, WWI Vampires!

Honor the Suffering is Free for the weekend – Paranormal Historical Fiction with a Twist, WWI Vampires!

Hi y’all! Nefarious Volume Two, Honor the Suffering is free for this weekend only! I’m currently sitting at number 3 in the short story historical fiction category. Would love to hit number one. This book is about vampires in WWI.  Honor the Suffering WWI Vampires

The second installment of Lucille Moncrief’s Nefarious series, Honor the Suffering asks if eternal guilt is the price of human empathy.

“Suspenseful and sophisticated.”

“Nefarious is hauntingly good and captivating.”

“Yet again, this author blows my mind.”

While the bombs rain overhead, Talcott Henderson and a group of fellow soldiers huddle in the cratered ground beneath the German front lines. Through the never-ending din of enemy fire, the voracious, blood-soaked machine of war haunts Talcott. Memories claw at him; kill or be killed, eat or be eaten. In the bowels of the earth a specter appears, and offers him an eternal life free of guilt.

But what is the cost of an unmarred soul?

If you like dark and gritty tales, war stories and the supernatural, you’ll love this installment of the authoress Moncrief’s Nefarious series. Grab your copy today, travel through time, and escape into a breathtaking new world!

*Includes custom illustrations
*Cover art by Jessica Dueck

*Head on over to Amazon and get a copy of Honor the Suffering.*

This is the last time I will run a free promotion on this book, so get it now while the gettin’ is good.

In other news, I’ve been *graciously interviewed* by fellow author Martin C. Wilsey. So if you want to be marginally entertained for a few minutes, *click on over to his blog* and check out the interview.

In other news, for the next month I’ll be hunched over my laptop growing paler by the day since I have several ghostwriting contracts due, plus I really ought to finish Nefarious VI. It’s still hovering at the 10,000 word mark but I finally figured out how to streamline the flashback sequence.

I have a few informative blog posts planned for the coming weeks:

Why Self Publishing was the Best Career Move I Ever Made


Harnessing the Villain, where I’ll talk about how to construct a believable, endearing, memorable bad guy.

Until next time, please check out Honor the Suffering and help me out on advertising costs by leaving a review!

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