Love, lust, seduction, suicide, and personal life experience all rolled into one beautiful intellectual intercourse that will make you cry, or even think about life itself. This is a short book of some of my favorite poems I have written at a very young age.
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Dead Mall (n.): A shopping center with a high vacancy rate and low consumer traffic that is dated or deteriorating in some manner.
Dead Mawl (n.): A hell-mouth with a food court.
“A fantastic yarn that had me interested from the first word.”
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“Beyond impressive for a debut!”
Sixteen-year-old Cari Hembert had the unfortunate luck of being born in Halcyon, Nevada, a once-prosperous mining town that lost everything eight years ago when the silver ran out. Now the only place that doesn’t totally suck is the Edensgate Shopping Center, a monstrous half-abandoned mall on the edge of the city. And after today, when the Suttermill Department Store closes, it will be even emptier.
As Suttermill’s most loyal (ie last) cashier, Cari expects a routine and uneventful day behind the register. But when she and movie theater employee/wannabe-anarchist Drexel “Rex” Ranganathan are accidentally locked in Edensgate overnight, they discover something far more horrifying than the decline of brick-and mortar-retail.
They’ve survived bad bosses, cranky customers and crap salaries. But will they survive the night shift?
Welcome to Halcyon is the first book in the Dead Mawl novella series. Books 2 and 3 are also available on Amazon (ebook only, paperback coming soon).
Cover art by Joseph Reedy.