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Hellnotes Review of Blue November Storms!

I’m pleased to report that Wayne C. Rogers over at Hellnotes has reviewed Blue November Storms and it’s probably the most glowing review I’ve ever received.

Blue November Storms Audiobook

Here is just one selected section that made me blush this morning, but I hope you’ll read the entire review and pass it along to any of your friends who might be interested:

I have to admit that what Blue November Storms reminded me of was one of the old episodes from the sixties’ version of The Twilight Zone television series. This is when some of the greatest writers in television (Rod Sterling, Charles Beaumont and Richard Matheson) were creating masterpieces on a little known TV show that would later alter the lives of hundreds of future authors.  Brian James Freeman, like the authors above, creates and structures his stories at a pace that starts off slowly and then gradually works its way to an exploding climax that has the reader making a mad dash to the finish line.

You can read the rest over at Hellnotes.com.

Purchase the Trade Paperback:
Amazon.com • Barnes & Noble • Cemetery Dance

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More Than Midnight Reviewed by Hellnotes

More Than Midnight by Brian James Freeman

All 750 copies of the signed Limited Edition of my new mini-collection of short stories, More Than Midnight, sold out from the publisher just one week after it was announced back in December, but Amazon.com has a few more copies left in-stock and another great review has arrived from Hellnotes:

More Than Midnight by Brian James Freeman is the dark night of the soul with lightning snapping in the background, revealing that lone, dark figure standing in the roadway with his arms open for you. Go ahead and buy the book, then give that stranger a hug and pray he doesn’t strangle you before the last page is finished.

You can read the rest over at Hellnotes or order your copy today from Amazon.com.

A trade paperback edition and an eBook edition of More Than Midnight will be out by the end of the year, but I think the signed Limited Edition hardcover turned out beautifully and I hope you’ll consider adding it to your collection.