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“It’s a good day for the world to end…” Brothers Keeper by Glen R. Kirsch #sundayshorts

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This book I received for Free from the author Glen Kirsch in a promotion/giveaway earlier this year. It is  $.99 cents over at Amazon! Brother’s Keeper, a post-apocalyptic novella, 16k word piece introducing the forthcoming Brother’s Keeper trilogy of novels. Book 1 is due Winter 2012.

Brothers Keeper by Glen Kirsch a Novella

From the Back Cover

Marcus Grant stood on the swollen banks of the Black Hawk River, watching the white chop churned by three weeks of spring rains disintegrate upon reaching the concrete and steel abomination spanning its width a hundred yards downriver. He eased down onto his haunches and flicked his fingers over the water’s surface.

It’s a good day for the world to end.

He had been tasked by the Arkadium with learning the history of this water, to know its every depth, twist and turn. The river originated from a natural spring hundreds of miles to the east at the border of Michigan and Indiana. For over a century, man had tamed and contorted its flow with unnatural levees and a series of three constricting dams. The river coursed through Indiana, crossed over into Illinois near Kankakee before bisecting the entirety of the state. By the time its flow reached the Mississippi, it teemed with the effluence of several million industrialized people.
“In the end, there is a beginning,” he whispered, his fingers casting rippled waves from shore.
Glen has written three novels: The Nightmare Within, Where Darkness Dwells, and Nothing Lasting. His short fiction has appeared in publications across three continents for the last decade. Dog Horn Publishing (U.K.) will publish his story collection debut in 2012.Glen Kirsch is an editor for Morrigan Books.  As a freelance editor, he has worked on books by Tim Lebbon and Lawrence Block, among others.He encourages conversation (trust he he was great to communicate with and his blog is grand) with other readers & writers. Feel free to drop by:http://glenkrisch.wordpress.com/
http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4525598.Glen_Krisch
http://www.facebook.com/glen.krisch

or drop an email to him at:
glenkrisch@gmail.com

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