A few more days to take advantage of the literary promotion I have in remembrance of Hurricane Katrina. I went to college in Louisiana, Grambling State University, and the devastation touched me through friends it effected directly. I wrote a short story book, Mississippi Window Cracks, that linked characters traveling through Mississippi and Louisiana. (New Orleans in particular)
Through August 29th if you buy an autographed copy of my new novel, The Town Dance, and post a review on Amazon or Goodreads by September 19th, I will GIFT you with a copy of Mississippi Window Cracks. (Hey, as indie artists we have to stay creative on how to promote!)
Enjoy an excerpt from the short story, Southern Betrayal, from the book Mississippi Window Cracks.
The store was smaller than I imagined it would be. All of the walls were red, with one of them adorning a large American flag that had two black heads on top. The two heads were smiling and holding rods with snakes wrapped around them. Another wall that led towards the hall way, had a shirt incased in a wooden box. I later learned this was a spell for trapping someone or to capture certain types of spirits when they walked in the store.
Since the curtain was open, I walked in the room. There was a strong smell of lavender incense flowing and white candles were lite everywhere. The furniture was arranged so the room gave a circular appearance. After giving the room a quick glance, I figured the person giving the readings was only available by appointment so I turned to walk out.
“Chu been travelin?,” someone asked from within the room.
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