Pyle Releases Chilling New Novella


It might be spring in the United States, but author and friend of the blog Daniel Pyle has a new novella sure to send shivers down many spines.

A raging snowstorm has stranded Tess and Warren in their mountain home with no power and little heat. When an accident leaves Tess coughing up pools of blood, Warren has no choice but to brave the storm in search for help.

He's afraid he'll be too late.

But what he should be afraid of are the creatures slinking through the blizzard and watching his every move.

In his review, Joe Hemple writes,"Daniel Pyle seems to start with a bang and never let go! Freeze is quite a great quick read, clocking in at about 111 ePub pages, and I read it in one sitting! Pyle creates a story in which what ISN'T being told to you stands out and adds to the suspense. Every room that is entered, every breath that they take an implied sense of urgency is displayed. There are not that many characters in the book, and I consider the winter storm a background character in this book as much as the monsters that appear in the night. He takes on the fear of being isolated, and unable to get help, and it all blends together into a satisfying conclusion, especially for the type of tale that's being told. Highly recommend it!"

Freeze is available for Kindle and Nook e-readers. For more information on Daniel, visit his website.


Lena Sledge said…
Sounds like a great quick read. I want to know where the creatures come from? I like novellas, cause they make me feel like I got something accomplished really fast. :-) Like the blog too. Found you through McQuestionable Musings
Lena, thanks so much for stopping by.

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