Love at Sixth Sight published

Love at Sixth Sight, my latest ebook is now available at JMS Books. As always, JMS offers it exclusively at a 20 % discount for one week until it’s released on major retailers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, etc.

Love_at_Sixth_Sight_400x600After Harris breaks up with his cheating boyfriend, he plans to stop by the liquor store and spend the evening drowning his sorrows in a bottle of vodka. Instead, he finds himself face to face with an armed robber and he’s shot in the head.

When Harris finally comes to after a coma, he doesn’t just have medical bills and head trauma to deal with — he has strange visions whenever he touches someone. He finds a common thread in the visions, and believes he’s psychically seeing other people’s soul mates. His friends can’t agree on whether the bullet that pierced his brain caused him to lose his mind, or gave him a miraculous ability.

Harris’ new “gift” turns him into a local celebrity, though it comes with consequences in the form of sickness and delusions. Will Harris be able to help himself and his friends find true love, or are they doomed to end up with a string of Mr. Wrongs? And how long can Harris hold out before his battered brain starts to tear his life apart?

Check it out here at JMS Books.

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On Love at Sixth Sight cover

Wow. I’ve super been slacking on blogging lately. One of my New Year’s resolutions was to get back in the swing of things. And now, two weeks later, I’m following through.

I’m happy to announce the cover to my upcoming e-book Love at Sixth Sight.

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Blurb: After a break-up and a near death experience, down on his luck Harris starts having visions of people’s soul mates. With his unexpected skills, Harris plays matchmaker, but can he persevere through daunting hallucinations and the inability to see his own true love?

Love at Sixth Sight will be available from JMS Books coming Jan. 18 and major retailers soon thereafter. More soon.

On free ebook

Hey gang, a quick post here to let you know that during the month of November, my LGBT YA horror ebook Camp Carnage is available completely free over at Amazon.

Camp Carnage front coverBlurb: In the summer of 1986, Billy Collins is sent to his own personal Hell – summer camp. The remote Camp Genesis offers desperate parents a place to “straighten” out their gay teenagers with the help of the puritanical Katherine Creevey.

Besides the typical horsing around, campfire tales and summer games, the Genesis program forces gay and questioning teens into humiliating gender-based lessons. While Billy wants nothing more than to escape Camp Genesis, he can’t help worrying that something even more sinister is hiding just out of sight.

Unknown to Billy, two campers were murdered three years ago. Just days after Billy and the new campers arrive, people start to go missing, and it’s up to Billy and his new friend Jem to find out what’s really going on. Is a maniac on the loose? Is history repeating itself? One thing’s for sure – at Camp Genesis, you have to fight to survive…

This is Elliot Arthur Cross wishing you happy reading.

On Halloween book sale

Hi all, thought I’d share a great Halloween sale my publisher, JMS Books, is currently having. All ebooks are now 35% off and all paperbacks are 12% off. The sale has already started, and it runs from now through November 2.

If you’re not familiar with JMS Books, these are LGBT stories in all sub-genres from erotica, horror, sweet romance, supernatural, YA, etc. Their bookstore is easy to navigate and you can find my books here. Then check out the rest of their wonderful library.

This is Elliot Arthur Cross wishing you happy reading.

On Inkshares Horror Novel

Have you guys heard about this? I recently heard about a crowdfunding site called Inkshares. It’s basically Kickstarter or Indiegogo crossbred with Createspace or Lulu. It looks like a site where you can crowdfund a novel that will have an ebook and physical presence in bookstores. Unlike Kikstarter or Indiegogo where you give them thousands of dollars and then the writer keeps a percentage and has to then hire editors and distributors, Inkshares does all of that. So if a project is successfully funded at Inshares, it includes a professional manuscript editor and distributor.

I had no idea how any of this works, so I figured I’d dive in and take a look see with my current manuscript. I’m working on a 90 thousand word novel about three strangers entering the witness protection program when they accidentally thwart a serial killer. They’re relocated to a new state, but their new home brings them into contact with horrors beyond imagination.

You can find the Inkshares page, along with fun FAQs and whatnot, and back this project here are: https://www.inkshares.com/projects/horror-novel

Thanks so much for your support!

This is Elliot Arthur Cross eternally grateful for your support. For any questions about the project, please email me at elliotarthurcross@gmail.com. Thank you and happy reading.

On Camp Carnage reviews

Camp Carnage front coverHey all. It’s been a busy summer. Thought I’d share some book reviews for the recently released Camp Carnage.  Here are some selections. For full reviews, click on the bloggers’ links.

Boys, Bears, and Scares: 5 stars

“Imagine an 80s summer camp slasher movie that features gay kids getting massacred, and you’ve got the novel Camp Carnage by Elliot Arthur Cross and Joshua Winning. Set in 1986 (complete with 80s pop culture references), this page-turning gay horror novel has basically re-imagined Friday the 13th—at a conversion camp!”

Wall-to-Wall Books: 5 stars

“If you are not afraid of a little blood and guts – mua ha ha ha! I dare you to read this! It was a surprise for me right up to the end, I did not have it figured out. Great job Elliot and Josh! Two thumbs up!”

Genuine Jen: 5 stars

“This book jumps right into the action in the first chapter. It reminded me of an 80’s/early 90’s horror flick, like Jason. It was a little different with the kids going to a “gay” camp to be “cured”. One by one campers start to disappear and then they are found dead. It was scary, not too gruesome but definitely had me on the edge of my seat.”

For more, check out Camp Carnage at Goodreads or Amazon.

On Camp Carnage

Camp Carnage front coverFor your reading pleasure, I’m proud to announce Camp Carnage, a slasher book in the vein of a fun 1980’s horror movie. Co-writer Joshua Winning (author of the on-going Sentinel trilogy) and I love the 80’s slashers of yore (think Friday the 13th, Halloween, Sleepaway Camp, etc.) and so we set about writing a book that both upholds traditional slasher story lines and subverts them.

Blurb: When Billy Collins is sent to Camp Genesis in the summer of 1986, he’s forced to participate in a frightening program meant to “straighten” out gay teenagers. Even more frightening is when the campers start disappearing one at a time at the hands of a mysterious maniac. What will it take to survive the brutal summer camp?

And what’s that about being a NIGHT TERRORS book you ask? This is the first in a horror line of  books Joshua and I are starting. Think of it as a Twilight Zone of horror.

The ebook is set for release August 1 with the paperback coming to Amazon mid-month. You can pre-order in various formats for the first week sale price of just $0.99 at Smashwords.

This is Elliot Arthur Cross wishing you happy reading.