‘The Quietus Breaker: Brother Death’ is now on sale over at Amazon + More!

If you’re looking for a book that can deliver a humorous yet surreal journey through the eyes of a quick-witted young woman who loves raspberry filled graham crackers, then check out ‘The Quietus Breaker: Brother Death.’ The first volume is currently available on Amazon through Kindle/e-book format. Other plans to expand to other services will be announced when ready. The book can also be lent out to a friend or family member for 14 days free of charge on Kindle.

Here’s the description:

Joanna Collins is ready to clock out of her abysmal night shift at a rundown retail store in Colorado, however she instead checks her life out by the hands of a cloaked stranger. After a vivid reawakening, Joanna finds herself in a dark grove and learns about a business conglomerate referred to as the Necropolis Corporation. A crisis has occurred at the front doorsteps of the company and Joanna gets sent to a place called Domain 224, receiving a bizarre watch with untapped potential in the process. Trapped in a city with almost zero population and a mystical watch at her disposal, Joanna must figure out what morbid secrets lie in this abandoned concrete carnival. As well as discovering her true self in this first installment of a three part trilogy.

I will also be updating this blog with updates pertaining to the series, future installments, and explaining just how much I prefer crustless bread over crusted bread. Oh, and all the details along with background work that went into ‘Brother Death.’ It’s mostly going to be about sandwiches though, don’t worry.

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