Ink by Glenn Benest and Dale Pitman

Hey everyone, I missed you last Wednesday, didn't I? I apologize for that. Canada celebrations caught me up in the excitement and I forgot what was really important. But I am making it up to you this week by giving you all a special offer!
I got the amazing chance to read the story Ink before it was released and now there is a chance for you awesome people to get the book before it is released at a better price! What could be better than that? I know, free shipping! So from now on for the next week or two you will have the chance to get an early copy of Ink (which is a horror novel I will warn you). But I can't expect you to just go and buy this book without knowing what it is about. So let me tell you a bit about it:

Brian is the author and illustrator of a popular set of comics called the Highwayman. The Highwayman is the embodiment of death who helps murdered souls get revenge by murdering their killers. But he is constantly haunted by the evil spirit that is his opposite, damning souls to the depths of hell by poisoning them over time.
In reality Brian is confined to his house with his loyal dog Deke after a crazed fan nearly takes his life. After an eternity of hiding himself away with his work he is forced by his manager and brother in law from his house to a book signing event to meet the famous illustrator A.J.
But there his anxiety gets the better of him and he is forced from the room by a beautiful woman who, as it turns out, is A.J herself.
Together they go back to Brian's apartment where they work together on bringing the Highway man to the 21st century with a special ink that showed up on Brian's porch that morning. With a new story the two begin growing closer as they work together in the small studio.
What Brian finds out is that A.J is just as messed up with him with just as many problems that he decides he wishes to deal with. What he doesn't know is that both of their problems are only the beginning of a long, horrifying adventure that will test their courage. Because the Highway man is truly coming to the 21st century, and he is bringing a deadly foe that the world may not be ready for.

I enjoyed this book. The beginning seemed a little slow but as I got further into the book I realized why. My adrenaline was pumping the whole time from start to finish as I realized what was happening in the story. The writing was great with a unique voice from someone who clearly knew how to write a proper horror novel.
This is certainly a horror book that warrants a read if you like this genre. If you don't like it, this might be the book for you to try. The 'scary' parts of the book are something that you must go with and enjoy no matter how hard you try to avoid it. 
So I encourage all of you to give this book a try by following the link below and ordering it. I am told that it is free shipping (for a limited time) worldwide so you have no reason not to give it a try.
Also, I feel embarrassed asking this because I have never done so before, it would be great for the author to get this deal out there through blogs like mine so if you don't want to order the book (which is fine of course) maybe you could share this blog post around so others can get in on this deal. I always like to help out authors who are kind enough to allow me the opportunity to read their books and I would like as many people to get in on this deal as possible to help them and the author out. Thanks a lot! It really means a lot for me for this post to get out there (even more than normal).
As for the rating for this book I would put it at a 4 out of 5 stars. If you are interested in purchasing this book before it is officially released and would like to safe on the shipping follow the link down below the banner below this text. If you know someone who might want to get in on this deal share the post around (sorry for asking again) and let everyone know!
Thanks again everyone and happy reading!
- K

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