Mooner


      Mooner
Like many young men at the end of the 1800s Bill has signed on to work in a logging camp to earn a fast paycheck to start his life Unfortunately his role model is Big John, the camp s golden boy known for blowing his pay as fast as he makes it On a cold Saturday night they enter Red s Saloon to forget the work that takes the sweat and the lives of so many Red may have plans for their whiskey money, but something else lurks in the shadows, something that badly wants a drink that has nothing to do with alcohol Can Bill make it back out the shabby door or does someone have their own plans for his future Please note This title is being prepared for republishing Sorry for the inconvenience. Best Read Mooner [ By ] Selah Janel [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Selah Janel has been blessed with a giant imagination since she was little when she wondered if fairies lived in the nearby state park and worried that vampires hid in the old barns outside of town Her appreciation for a good story was enhanced by a love of reading, the many talented storytellers that surrounded her, and a healthy curiosity for everything A talent for warping everything she learned didn t hurt, either She gravitates to writing fantasy and horror but has a deep love of children s and YA literature and can be convinced to pursue any genre if the idea is good enough Often her stories feature the unknown creeping into the real world and she loves to find the magical in the mundane Her first title Mooner is a historical, vampire centric horror story from No Boundaries Press She will have stories included in upcoming issues of The MacGuffin, The Realm Beyond, and the 2012 Wicked East Press Anthology Bedtime Stories for Girls She also writes about women s roles and perceptions in genre fiction and film for the Fandom Fest blog Fandom Scene.

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10 thoughts on “ Mooner

  1. says:

    I read recently is Mooner by Selah Janel This is a historical horror story set in an 1800 s saloon and centers on a worker in a logging camp named Bill Bill is trying to make enough money to start a new life and his path to doing that is a hard job that many men can t handle His role model is Big John and after a hard day s work they head up to the bar, but ...

  2. says:

    Selah Janel s MOONER drops the reader into a historical saloon where the whiskey isn t the only drink in town.Bill has his life planned out earn a fast paycheck in logging, get out of town, and settle down with a new wife Big John, however, has other plans for his friend When the two enter Red s Saloon, everything changes A mysterious recluse has a proposition for the two men Bill must figure out how to satiate the recluse s strong thirst, or he might lose everything he s worked for.MOONER Selah Janel s MOONER drops the reader into a historical saloon where the whiskey isn t the only drink in town.Bill has his life planned out earn a fast paycheck in logging, get out of town, and settle down with a new wife Big John, however, has other plans for his friend When the two enter Red s Saloon, everything changes A mysterious recluse has a proposition for the two men Bill must figure out how to satiate the recluse s strong thirst, or he might lose everything he s worked for.MOONER builds the tension to a surprise ending Janel does a brilliant...

  3. says:

    Book MoonerAuthor Selah JanelGenre HorrorLength 20 PagesCurrently Available , Barnes and NobleThere are things that live in the woods that will hurt you.This story takes place in the late 1800s and focuses on the evil ways of loggers enjoying themselves at that time Big John is seen as the camp golden boy He s been logging and throwing his money to drink for many years There are a few m...

  4. says:

    Awesome story A new monster to add to those that already haunt the night I can t wait to readby Selah Janel.

  5. says:

    Loved this book I highly recommend to fans of horror.

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