{Cover Reveal} Steve Stred presents COMMUNION the pitch black sequel to his hit novella Ritual.

COMMUNION: Steve Stred

Cover Reveal

Hey friends. I’m back. 

Back on Kendall Reviews for another cover reveal!

If I’m not mistaken this is the 73rd time Gavin has been kind enough to feature a cover reveal for me! I kid. Maybe the 5th? 8th? Somewhere around there!

Anywho – why are we here?

To see the cover for COMMUNION!

When do we want to see it?

NOW!

HHHEEEEERRREEEEE IT IS!

I know. Rad, right? Once again, Mason McDonald crushed it.

This one was actually one he’d previously made and we’d discussed it a bit, but I had nothing that fit that theme/image, but believed I would in the future.

When I finished Ritual, I quickly put together the sequel and the third part. Had the bits and pieces laid out but needed to connect the dots.

As those dots connected, I let Mason know and he adjusted some color stuff and did some other cover-y things to make it more coverable and here we are! VOILA!
So, just what the hell are you getting into with COMMUNION?

Well, here’s a brief synopsis!

COMMUNION

A week has passed since the discovery at the cult’s compound. Now, Detective McKay is working to put the pieces together. How did this happen and why? McKay struggles to make any sense of it. When a mysterious woman arrives and says she has information on Brad and Father, McKay is intrigued. When the information is shared he knows he’s in over his head. With the help of Professor Bianchi, the two dive deeper into the darkness that Father sought and learn that the quest for immortality can have far-reaching effects.’

It is currently in its last stages of beta reading and once that is done, I’ll get it edited and released.

In keeping with Ritual, the ebook for COMMUNION will also be $0.99. Ritual was approx. 80 pages long, COMMUNION is about 20 pages longer, but you’ll find a very different story within, and some who have read it so far have said it is even darker than Ritual.

Release date and more details to come soon!

Steve Stred

Steve Stred writes dark, bleak horror fiction.

Steve is the author of three novels, a number of novellas and four collections.

He is proud to work with the Ladies of Horror Fiction to facilitate the Annual LOHF Writers Grant.

Steve is also a voracious reader, reviewing everything he reads and submitting the majority of his reviews to be featured on Kendall Reviews.

Steve Stred is based in Edmonton, AB, Canada and lives with his wife, his son and their dog OJ.

You can follow Steve on Twitter @stevestred

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