It’s finally here. Book three of The Kirkwood Scott Chronicles!
Having survived the horrors of 2099 Belfast, Kirkwood Scott and his trusty friends, Meredith Starc and Harley Davison, are thrust into a terrifying new setting – war-torn Belgium on the eve of the Battle of Waterloo. Relentlessly pursued by Augustus Skelly and the brutal Company, Kirkwood and his friends fight to overcome natural and supernatural enemies in a desperate race to rewrite history and prevent Skelly and his evil masters, The Scourge, from plunging the world into a new Dark Age. However, their troubles are multiplied when a newly made enemy from the future tracks them down, intent on exacting a chilling revenge from which there will be no return.
‘The Kirkwood Scott Chronicles: No Longer Forsaken’ is the third installment in the supernatural fantasy series, following the critically acclaimed Skelly’s Square’ and ‘A New Jerusalem.’ Tackling hard-hitting themes including addiction, mental illness, and physical disability set against a supernatural backdrop, it guarantees the reader a frenetic and darkly humorous ride where nothing is quite what it seems.
Restless spirits with stories to tell lurk in the everyday spaces of The Places we Haunt—and now—they will be given a voice in a live Facebook reading. Join in on the fun as the author, Cecilia Kennedy, reads selections from her short story collection of dark tales. The live Facebook reading will take place Wednesday, October 21stat 5:30 p.m. Pacific Time (8:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time and 7:30 p.m. Mountain Time). The author will read at least 2-3 selections, depending on time. She is aiming for an hour-long reading but is willing to stay longer for participants who want to chat—or hear a few more stories read aloud.
How to attend:
—Please RSVP by Monday, October 19th to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can join the reading even if you are not a member of Facebook. In the RSVP, include either your Facebook link (if you would like to connect through Facebook) or your email where the author can send a link.
–Include a request for a story you want the author to read out loud from the collection, if you wish.
Since Facebook Rooms are limited to 50 people, the author will limit this reading to 49 participants. If there are more who would like to join, the author can schedule another reading for more participants on another day/time.