Novelist and writing coach Kevin Davison turned to one community writing site to find a new kind of audience. Follow this link to read his work at Off the Bookshelf.
Founder Scott Weisenthal praised his work: “Davison is one of the first authors on offthebookshelf.com. He is on the advisory board of offthebookshelf.com, writes online articles about publishing, self-publishing, and even interviews fellow authors. He has published three eBooks through offthebookshelf.com. His chosen genre is science fiction and fantasy adventure books. He writes a fantasy adventure series called Athyxian Chronicles with currently two installments to the series available at offthebookshelf.com along with his psychological thriller Wrath.”
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Excerpt from one of Davison’s book:
“Oh my God,’ Bennett gasped. He closed the door behind him as he heard several men descending the ladder down the corridor. “I’m here to help you. Do you understand? Help will come if you listen to me. I am going to lead them away. One of you, take this and push the send button after they have gone. It will automatically dial a man named Anthony Hauck.” Bennett handed the phone to a woman near him that understood. She tucked the phone down her ragged pants to hide it before Bennett turned to leave them.
“Call them and they will come,” Bennett instructed before he started to open the door to charge at the approaching men. He was suddenly distracted by a familiar face on a young girl approaching him. She looked confused.
“Bennett?” she called out curiously but with a hint of hope.
“Don’t say a word sweetheart. Help will come. Stay here and no matter what you hear, know that hope will follow soon.” Bennett placed a gentle hand against the young girl’s face before he turned again to fulfill his destiny. He opened the door and charged out closing the door behind him so the bullets fired at him would not strike anyone inside.