I know it seems early to be organizing tours for October but there are so many amazing book tours coming out that I want to give you plenty of notice to arrange your schedules.
This one is for a short story called The BEK Curse by Jonathan Pongratz which is an eerie little tale about a couple of sinister kids. Why are kids always so creepy in books? The tour is for Instagram and will run from October 17th to the 21st. Digital review copies are available now!
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The BEK Curse
Publication Date: May 9th, 2022
Genre: Horror (More eerie than scary)/ Short Story
Length: 33 Pages
“Just let us in. This won’t take long.”
Early retirees Maria and Richard Wilcox adore their new home out in the country. The past six months have been sheer bliss as they settled in and prepared for their golden years.
Until the night they answer a knock on their door.
The unexpected visitors are a pair of children. Richard tries to be cordial, but something about the kids is off. Something sinister, something menacing, something inhuman.
And then the children demand to be let in.
What do they want? Is this all a prank? Can Maria and Richard get them to go away, or will their dreams of a peaceful retirement together go up in flames?
About the Author
Jonathan Pongratz is a writer and author of captivating horror, urban fantasy, and paranormal stories. When he’s not writing, he’s busy being a bookworm, video game junkie, and karaoke vocalist. A former resident of Dallas, he currently resides in Kansas City with his Halloween cat Ajax. By day he works magic in finance, by night he creates dark and mesmerizing worlds.