The Early Creation of Jinn…

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Introducing Jinn – a creepy creature who lives in City-State’s Senate House in the Capitol on Layer Seven.

Jinn provokes a young voter named Jackson Cartwright, and the insanity ensues in the short piece, “How to Kill Your Senator”.

James and I are going to begin releasing individual short stories for $.49 on Amazon.  Jinn is a part of this first single narrative, and it will be out as soon as Jamie, City-State’s artist, completes this handsome devil!

Craving short stories?  While you wait for Jinn to torment Jackson, pick up a copy of The Dystopian Nation of City-State: An Anthology via Amazon for Kindle and the Kindle app for $1.99.  This collection of short stories provides an in-depth look at the residents, foundation, and horrid practices of City-State. There are plenty of monsters that antagonize (the somewhat) innocent people of this futuristic nation.

The hard copy version is coming soon; it is awaiting final approval.

Follow the link:

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=The+Dystopian+Nation+of+City-State

Have a wonderful day… Jinn is waiting… and watching…


9 thoughts on “The Early Creation of Jinn…

  1. Thank you for following my blog also! I am interested to know what you found to be worthwhile reading in my blog…

    Your blog reminds me that I may, one day, write a book. I have fragments of a story-line, but I fear that I would not make a particularly engaging author.

    Good luck in writing future stories – I may even have a go at reading some of yours…

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  2. Thanks for the follow! I am very much intrigued by Jinn, we have some not so nice creatures in West African muslim folklore called djinni. You have a new follower!

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  3. Really neat how the internet has opened things up for creative people. No more hoping to win the lottery with a publishing house to get something in print. Now the only trouble is being found with so many options.

    I wish you best of luck with your short stories.and other work.

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    1. Thanks for the comment! 🙂

      You are right – anyone can publish, and this has it positives and negatives. My friend and I write for fun, which does not bring in a living income. This is fine with us because we both has full-time jobs.

      On the other side, it is extremely difficult to market and advertise when we have full-time jobs.

      Hopefully City-State will reach the masses – one day! 🙂

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