Strange Skies is my latest read. It is a great short story that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
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Have you read Strange Skies from author Jeb Bohn? Come on in and let me tell you about it!
About Strange Skies
“Something’s wrong. These aren’t clouds.”
July 17, 1987.
A typical summer day in Bisbee, Arizona, is rolling along. The weather is beautiful, providing a picturesque backdrop for hikers, tourists, and everyone else lucky enough to be around.
As dusk falls and people settle into their evening routines, a large thunderstorm rolls in without warning. Unfortunately for the town’s residents, it’s bringing much more than just rain and lightning.
At the local radio station, calls pour in from frantic listeners. They report bizarre and macabre events unfolding throughout town. When the power at the station goes out, the host finds out just how bad the situation is.
Is this strange storm causing mass hysteria, or is there something in the clouds? Beyond that, will anyone be left alive once the storm breaks?
Settle in with Strange Skies and find out… just make sure you leave the lights on.
Thoughts on Strange Skies
I’m not exactly sure what I was expecting when I started reading Strange Skies, but a horror story was definitely not it! But that is what I got, a horror story.
I’m not generally a big fan of horror stories, but Strange Skies captivated my attention and kept me reading through the entire thing.
Strange Skies is a short story, at just 44 pages. But those pages are packed with vivid descriptions that I could easily see happening, and true horror in every page. The best thing about a short story is that every word counts, and there can’t be any fluff to it.
Lately I have found myself reading a new short story every morning with my coffee as I wake up, and today I am very glad that I picked Strange Skies. Being a prepper, I am always thinking ahead to things that can happen, and wanting to have a plan for dealing with it.
This is the kind of story that really made me start thinking about that, and if I am prepared for even the unknown or things not expected. Because what happens when the phone lines to emergency services are down or filled? How do you handle that?
Final Thoughts on Strange Skies
I highly recommend Strange Skies if you are looking for a short horror story to keep your attention and get you thinking! It is definitely worth a read, and I am so glad that was my morning read for today.
Have you read Strange Skies or any other writing from author Jeb Bohn? Do you enjoy short stories or prefer traditional novels? Let me know your thoughts in the comments!
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About the Author
Born and raised in Eastern North Carolina, Jeb began writing and illustrating short stories as a child. As he entered his teenage years, Jeb’s focus shifted to music, a passion that continues to this day.
After spending 15 years drumming in a variety of bands, his creative output moved back to writing when he published a trio of short stories in 2014 that laid the groundwork for his career in writing.
After the novel’s August 2018 release, he began work on the first in a series of horror-inspired novellas before focusing on his second full-length release. The Hangman’s Soliloquy, a direct sequel to Bermuda, and the second book in the Herman Ingram series, released on April 10, 2020. The Devil’s Backyard, followed in October of the same year.
When he’s not writing, Jeb enjoys spending time with his family, aimless drives, and music. An avid hockey fan, Jeb also loves watching the Carolina Hurricanes, though he has been unable to convert his son… yet.
Purchasing Strange Skies
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