This is an excerpt from my book Lúnasa Days . It will be FREE for four days starting Monday.
Emily had problems of her own.
It was a fine morning. Sunny. Dry.
She knew she had to go but she stared out the window. There were clouds—actual clouds. Clouds can bring rain. She had no hope for these clouds. They didn’t smell like rain.
They all heard the pitter-patter last night. Unlike anyone, she didn’t get up. She didn’t run outside. She didn’t sit nervous to know how much fell. She just listened to the sound, the comforting sound, and went back to sleep.
But the earth did not look dark and damp like coffee grounds. The grass was not matted nor dewed. It could have been a photograph of yesterday, or any day before.
And she really didn’t care anymore.
She did know, however, that something was going to break. And it would break hard.
She looked back at the cards in front of her. Every Sunday she drew her card. She read for the week ahead. Once it was daily, with a full spread. Then she fell in love, and it changed everything.
Love is not good for little girls. It is poison and intoxicant.
When Kore ate the seed she died for half a year. Real girls don’t die for half a year. Real girls die.
But this card had cock and balls on full display. And a grin. Red skin, princely horns, a lazy erection.
She looked out the window again. The face on the card kept smiling.
The Kindle version of Lúnasa Days will be FREE for four days: Monday, Feb. 3 — Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014. I encourage you to grab a copy while you can! If you can’t wait or would rather have paperback, buy it now.