It’s that time again! I know you’ve been patiently waiting for the next instalment in the Alteruvium Expanse. It feels like forever since B.K. Boes’ Call me M was released, but I can assure it has only been two weeks.
If you find yourself struggling for things to do between releases, you could always reread the entire back catalogue. They are nice quick reads that I’m sure you could squeeze into your busy weeks if you were creative. Maybe while you’re waiting to pick up the kids, standing in line at the grocery store, trying to wind down after a busy day at work, or even with your morning coffee.
The length is one of the things I’m really enjoying about these stories. I like being able to get through an entire story in less than an hour. Maybe if I read faster, I could get through an entire novel in that time, but I’m a long way off that.
If you enjoy these stories and authors, don’t forget to leave a review. For less than a handful of words, you can make an author’s day. It also helps other readers find stories.
I know, I know. Shut up and tell us about the new story… well, here you go.
Robert Paulson wakes in a strange room with no recollection of how he got there, where there is, and who he is. Confused and frustrated, he reluctantly agrees to undergo a form of hypnosis in an attempt to recover his memories.
Paul Robertson wakes in a strange room with no idea where he is, how he got there, but at least he knows who he is… or so he thought.
A series of startling discovers and conflicting memories take their toll on his mental and physical state. Now, Paul, or is it Robert, must try to untangle the barriers between reality and fiction, between two personalities with two different sets of memories.