I am proud to have recently published my first book, a short story called Mercury, Sulfur, & Salt. As a self published author, I’m new to the millions of readers out there, and as such, I’m looking for some honest reviews.
Mercury, Sulfur, & Salt is a short story that is the precursor to a series in the works, following the same main character.
Here’s a quick synopsis:
As the daughter of a powerful alchemist, Rhea resents the fact that her father refuses to teach her anything more than rudimentary alchemy. Though she understands that he is trying to protect her after her mother died in a violent alchemical accident, she still hates the secretive nature of his work. After an argument with her father, she seeks out his assistant Aurora. Instead of receiving the comfort she sought, she is asked to violate every belief she’s ever held.
Strange cloaked figures swarm the village, reducing it to cinders while they work to contain the deathly whispers floating on the scorched air. The night is red with blood and fire, filled with the screams of the dying — and something else. She must wade through the chaos of the village to try and find her father — and some answers — before everything dear to her is reduced to ash.
Worst of all, Rhea knows that it is all her fault.
If you or anyone you know would like a free copy of my ebook in exchange for an honest review, I’d be more than happy to have you read it. There is not really a time frame for completion of the review, but the sooner the better. If you have no preference, I’d love to see your review go up on Amazon. You can post your review on any venue you wish though, including (but not limited to):
If you wish to obtain a copy for review, please do the following:
Send an email to prjstahl [at] gmail [dot] com or via the contact page on this blog describing your intentions to review my book.
Let me know what file format you prefer. At this time, I cannot provide books in physical form.
Thanks to anyone that is interested, and keep on the lookout for beta reader requests in the future, if you’re into that sort of thing. I’ve begun working on the rest of Rhea’s story.