Hello! James and I are planning to release our first individual short story later this month entitled “How to Kill Your Senator”. This is the first of many stand alone shorts from the dystopian nation of City-State. These shorts are loosely connected with our current publication, The Dystopian Nation of City-State: An Anthology.
To properly plan for the upcoming release, we would love for a handful of readers to read this short piece, provide a little feedback (like a beta reader), and write a review on Amazon the day James and I let it go live. Obviously, the review is your honest opinion, and I will provide you with the specific release date and other information. The Amazon review does not have to be lengthy; it can be 2-3 sentences or a couple paragraphs – given your comfort level with writing reviews.
“How to Kill Your Senator” is a political piece focusing on a young, naive voter. It is just under 3,000 words, and it contains elements of horror (see previous post for one of the characters). If you like political debates and government ideas (positive or negative), check out this piece. James and I tried to make it relatable to current trends (with a little twist). Hey, this is a dystopian universe – a terrifying view on what the future could hold.
If you would like to help us, please comment below with your email address or message me on Twitter or Facebook.
You will receive the story free of charge, and James and I will provide you with ample time to read and write a review.
Want more short stories? 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. The cover and sizing is taking longer than expected.
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