Posts Tagged ‘Short story’

In August of 1981, the United States Navy sent two aircraft carriers, the USS Forrestal and USS Nimitz, to run exercises off the coast of Libya. Commander John Barker, pilot of an American jet, was shot down over the Gulf of Sidra.

Rescued by a fishing trawler and given refuge in a small fishing village, Barker’s nightmare was just beginning… for death lingers long in the desert, and now it was coming for them all.

Even More New Audiobooks!

Posted: 23rd September 2013 by Jason Kristopher in My Work
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As I mentioned a few weeks ago, the staff over at my favorite audio production company, Falcon Sound Company, and my favorite narrator, Andy McFerrin, have been supremely busy, and have knocked out four new audiobooks for all my fans to listen to. Click the links below each pic for the Audible versions. Get the […]

“The Coldest Winter” – A Walker Chronicle

Posted: 15th September 2013 by Jason Kristopher in My Work
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For readers of my The Dying of the Light series, you’ll know that there’s a lot of story to tell in this world. Nearly endless amounts of story, in fact. I created The Walker Chronicles to tell some of the stories that got skipped over in the books; they’re the ‘deleted scenes,’ if you will. So far, there […]

More Audiobooks Coming Soon!

Posted: 4th September 2013 by Jason Kristopher in My Work
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I gave the final production green light this morning to the fine folks over at Falcon Sound Company for the audiobook versions of several of my short stories, including these: These will all be available within about 2-3 weeks on Audible, iTunes, and Amazon.com. Of course, all the ebooks are available now. You can find […]

This story was originally written for inclusion in the horror short story collection A Fancy Dinner Party, with 9 of my fellow Grey Gecko authors, including Leo King, George Wright Padgett, Lee Lackey, and Wayne Basta, among others. I’m presenting it here in full for you, my fans and readers, in case you haven’t had a […]