Flicker to top Amazon Kindle lists?

Flicker: a short psycho-thriller by Chris Everheart shoots up FREE Kindle Genre Fiction and Horror lists on wave of thrilling popularity.
Free through Wednesday, August 15.

In a high school crowded with kids, Ben fights a single-handed battle against a sadistic bully, crushing pressure to achieve … and a gruesome, menacing shadow bent on stealing his soul.

Throughout Tuesday, “Flicker: a short psycho-thriller” raced up the amazon.com rankings for free Kindle downloads, zooming past horror classics like Frankenstein and Dracula. What explains Flicker’s popularity?

Even before the free Kindle promotion, readers were raving about Flicker. “… I couldn’t put my Kindle down. This book grabbed me from the very first page and didn’t let me go till the very end. I was shocked at every suspenseful turn!” -amazon reader

Another reader connected with subtle teen issues in the story. “… this story sucks you in and doesn’t let you go even after you’ve finished reading it. Where my wife and I disagree is whether or not this story is appropriate for younger teens. I believe it is and that it provides a platform for parents to talk to their teens about some difficult and real issues such as bullying.” -amazon reader

This short story thrills and makes the reader think. Because of the intense themes included, it won’t be appropriate for all younger teens. Parents, teachers, and teen readers will likely have much to discuss after reading Flicker.

Get Flicker: a short psycho-thriller free on Kindle Wednesday, August 15 here.

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