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About the author:
I came to writing late. No idea why, I guess I was too busy living a faster life when I was younger - not enough time to do everything. New skills are always fun to learn and writing is something which just happened to me. Maybe because I had a book inside bursting to get out - 'The Final Song.' Storytelling improves with practice. Not to say my earliest books are unreadable, they are standing the test of time and are constantly being downloaded.
I write as B. Cameron Lee because my first name is Bruce and I've been the butt of so many jokes for so many years. Imagine Googling the name Bruce Lee - I would be lost in there and so hard to find.
I try to write across the lines dividing genres to tell stories which don't quite fit into handy slots. I experiment a little and try and make the tales unfold as if the reader were watching a movie. Some of my offerings are quite gritty while others are fantastical. I am currently well on my way through the fourth or fifth edit of Book 1 of 'True Fire.' The work is rewarding as the world I created comes together and I find myself in it, looking around a reality I can feel. Weird heh.
Okay, in case you are thinking I sit around all day punching keys. Forget it. I have three guitars, none of which I play really well but I can sure make noise. I ride a motorbike - had a 1200cc Harley (see the opening chapter of 'The Fold') but now have a KLR 650 so I can go off-road too. That's not all, I have just bought a small bus and a bike trailer so the Gypsy in me can take off. Life is out there, maybe a friend too.
The Final Song
B. Cameron Lee
He's been to University but now he's down on his luck. Unemployed, car dead and shortly, no place to live. This is how Chris finds himself at the beginning of the story.
While he is sitting having coffee with a friend, a CD lands at his feet, ejected from a boom box by a ghostly red hand during a fatal accident, played out in front of them. He picks it up unsuspectingly. Later Chris plays the introductory song and the one following it. As the song ends, the phone rings and the cultured voice on the other end instructs Chris to get ready for a job interview. The job is his. Another song played results in an apartment coming his way. Yet another song played and Chris suddenly acquires the car of his dreams. The first five songs are most generous to Chris as all his prayers are answered and he's on top of the world.
However, human nature being what it is; when is enough, enough? He starts to play the rest of the CD and life changes.
What Chris doesn't know is that Satan and his demon children have moved into the twenty first century and the Devil's contracts are no longer thousand page documents. A CD could be all it takes for the Devil to capture your soul but watch out for the Final Song.
Not meant to be a literary masterpiece, not quite a horror story and not really serious. More like fantasy with bite; 'The Final Song' is a fast and wicked romp through the world of human foibles, demons, death and a new way of collecting souls. After all, Armageddon is coming and the Devil definitely needs more soldiers.
- Publication Date:
- 1518600476 / 9781518600470
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Fantasy / Dark Fantasy