I’m very happy to introduce you to author V. Shaw’s The Fragile Things four-part horror serial, and to reveal the cover for Part II! I love serials, and you just don’t run across them that often these days. Shaw has already published Part I (and keep reading, because you can download it for free today!), and Part II releases today. Here is the creepy cover for Part II:
The Fragile Things Part II by V. Shaw. Release date: October 2 2013.
Have you ever had a friend you’d die for? One you’d kill for?
At seventeen-years-old, Jennifer should have the world at her feet. Instead, she’s an ex-heroin addict living in a council estate with Tony, her boyfriend and former dealer. Shunned by her family and friends, she dreams of something greater than she’s been given.
Beautiful and strange, Ebony has moved in across the street. She’s just lost the one person in her lonely existence to cancer. She’s also a centuries-old vampire, struggling to cope with murderous outbursts and the desire to be something more.
When these two lost souls meet, an unusual friendship begins.
But with the news of Morris, Tony’s sadistic best friend and drug-dealing partner, being released from prison, Jennifer knows it’s only a matter of time before his path of vengeance leads to her and Ebony, too.
With a cast of memorable characters, a village full of secrets, and a gripping story, The Fragile Things is a layered tale of friendship, hope, survival and what it truly means to be human.
This cover is amazingly well done for an indie book, don’t you think? It really makes me want to read this series, and believe me, I’m going to as soon as I have time. The Fragile Things Part II is available to purchase from Amazon here.
And in case you are new to the series, you can easily catch up—for free! Today and tomorrow, October 2 and 3 only, The Fragile Things Part I is free from Amazon! Click here to download now.
About the author:
V. Shaw is the author of the short fiction collection, The Lady of Chains and Other Stories. Having reviewed horror films for FatallyYours.com, she now focuses on creating her own monsters.