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Friday, March 27, 2020

Big Cranky: Fall Into Darkness Book Blast and Giveaway

Here's what looks to be an interesting Dark Mythological Fantasy novel. Along with the book info, you'll find a giveaway for a pair of $25 Amazon gift cards. Two winners. Open worldwide, you have through 4/9 to enter. Good luck.

Big Cranky: Fall Into Darkness
by James Pyne
Genre: Dark Mythological Fantasy, Action 

Forget everything you think you know about myths and legends, James Pyne’s Big Cranky connects them all in an epic web of deceitful betrayal, love, and loyalty. A capricious tale of gods, showing human quirks are not only wasted on the mortals. A tale of many deities treading lightly around a superior as the world begins.




James Pyne hails from Nova Scotia, Canada, and has been a scribe for the Universe much of his life. He's a firm believer in being able to write in every genre, to make his world building and characters hopefuly come out genuine. No matter what he writes it will have some form of darkness, nothing is pure light in any worlds James creates and rumor has it, his surviving characters are plotting his demise. When it comes to his past time, much of it is spent learning the craft, but he does enjoy gardening and playfully tormenting those he loves. When he's not writing, or working his day job, he's traveling. The Andalusia region of Spain the last place that tolerated him. 

Favorite authors: John Gardner (Grendel, Sunlight Dialogues). Fyodor Dostoevsky (The Brothers Karamazov). Clive Barker (Imajica, Weaveworld, Books of Blood). Terry Pratchett (Good Omens, Bad Omens). J.R.R. Tolkien (Lord of the Rings). And all the scribes who carried on the tradition of myths throughout the ages.


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12 comments:

  1. The cover art seems appropriate for the book. Good job.

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    1. It is, Paula. Jeffrey Kosh did a great job. Though sometimes people think it's straight up horror. The book has a little of that, along with most other genres, dark fantasy being the loudest of the genres.

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  2. Oh, I absolutely love the cover. It definitely catches my attention and makes me want to check out the book further.

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    1. Cool, Linda. I may be a slightly biased here, but I truly hope you check out the book more to the point you give it a chance. ;) Regardless, you all feel free to add me on Facebook. Always posting short stories of varying genres. :)

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  3. Creepy, yet beautiful! I love it!

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    1. Amber, be careful, don't get too close to the screen or they may pull you slashing into the Lake of Souls. ;)

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  4. The cover looks scary sounds like a great read too.

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  5. I like the cover, it is very eye catching.

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    1. Hey, Heather :) Jeffry Kosh will be happy to hear that!

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