ANYWHERE BUT HERE: A SHORT HORROR STORY TO RELEASE MAY 23, 2017
Have you ever woken in the middle of a dream only to find it isn't over? A place where reality and fantasy become blurred. When sleep becomes torment, could you close your eyes?
CONCORD, N.C. (April 6, 2017) – Franklin/Kerr Press is pleased to announce the release of Award-Winning and Amazon Bestselling Horror Author Jordon Greene’s first foray into the world of short stories with Anywhere But Here: A Short Horror Story, to be released on May 23, 2017. Anywhere But Here is a literal nightmarish story that follows Taren Evan's confrontation with sleep paralysis, a disorder which wakes Taren from his dreams but renders him incapable of moving while they continue to play out in the real world around him.
Just as he did in his most recent horror release To Watch You Bleed, Jordon weaves a daunting story that's all-too-possible. He takes us into the mind of Taren Evans as he's thrust into a dream world that's grafted atop the real world, captured by a horrifying inability to do anything about his situation. As the story's tag line asks, when sleep becomes torment, could you close your eyes?
The short story releases May 23, 2017 on eBook and in paperback. The eBook version will be exclusive to Amazon Kindle for $0.99, including the Kindle Unlimited Program where members can read for free. The paperback version will be available at $4.99 from most major online retailers. The short story is currently available for pre-order on Amazon Kindle.
Anywhere But Here follows the release of Jordon's first psychological horror thriller To Watch You Bleed, an Amazon Bestselling Horror which released in January.
ABOUT JORDON GREENE
Jordon Greene is the Award-Winning & Amazon Bestselling Horror Author of To Watch You Bleed and They'll Call It Treason. He is a full stack web developer for the nation’s largest privately owned shoe retailer and a graduate of UNC Charlotte. Jordon spends his time building web applications, attempting to sing along to his favorite rock songs, reading and, of course, writing. He lives in Concord, NC just close enough and just far enough away from Charlotte.
For more information about “Anywhere But Here,” or to schedule an interview please call Jordon at 704-659-3915 or e-mail Jordon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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