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I Blame Stephen King

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  • Sales Rank:227,010
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:16
  • Publication Date:December 28, 2011
  • ASIN:B006R8KEF0


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Synopsis
Imagine what the world would be like if we gave it the chance to reboot. No wars. No global warming. No overpopulation. It'd be peaceful and majestic, right? Well, that's how we thought it would be. Our plan was to help the world by getting rid of the people who were hellbent on destroying it. We didn't know how it would turn out. And now it's too late to change anything.


Short story, approx 3200 words
This story is also included in the Bad Decisions anthology by Jason Finnerty  - available now through Amazon.com



***Included with your download - Bonus Excerpt from FotoGone: A Very Bad App***


Read a sample of Finnerty's newest - and creepiest - short story 
Kevin is a sociopath.  He just doesn't know it - yet. 
When a friend posts pictures of him in a compromising situation, he searches for an app to remove the incriminating pics. What he finds is an app that can do much more than just erase images from the internet - it can patch time to make the events disappear for everyone but Kevin, allowing him to explore his twisted fantasies.
(contains strong language, violent situations, and mild sexual situations)

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