BIG Announcement and REARVIEW for FREE!

Rearview coverA year ago I teamed up with six other authors to publish a series of seven novellas called 7 Hours. Each novella, written by a different author, featured one constant character, Thomas Constant. And the series posed the question: What would you do if you were given 7 more hours to live? The series was published and released by Tyndale House in e-book form only. And now, Tyndale would like to revisit the series by offering my novella, Rearview, for free this week.  Here’s a little about the story . . .

Professor Dan Blakely has it all . . . until a false accusation leaves him in financial ruin with nothing to fall back on and little hope. In a moment of desperation, he decides to do the unthinkable. But when he loses control of his SUV and careens down the side of a mountain, his plans take another turn. Trapped beneath the frame of his mangled vehicle, Dan is visited by a mysterious stranger who offers him three choices. Filled with regret, Dan makes a decision . . . but little does he know that his troubles have only just begun. The clock is ticking. What will you do with the time you have left?

Please, pick up a copy of Rearview. I think you’ll find the story intriguing and gripping and I’d love to hear what you think of the ending. You can get a copy here. And while you’re at it, get a copy of all the stories. They’re all excellent.

Also, if you’re interested, Tyndale has developed a discussion guide to go along with the story for you to use in a small group or book group setting. Some very thought-provoking stuff. You can download the discussion guide here.

Oh, and one more thing. I recently signed a contract with Tyndale to bring you a book tentatively called Centralia. I can’t give you much information on the story just yet but think Jason Bourne meets Shutter Island meets Inception. it’s going to be mind-blowing.

Please, help me spread the word about this news by sharing this post in all your social media outlets. THANK YOU!


About mikedellosso

Mike Dellosso is an author of wide-eyed suspense. He writes stories that not only entertain but enlighten.

Posted on July 29, 2013, in Christian Fiction, Giveaways, Rearview and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. I got a copy from eChristian over the weekend and really enjoyed it.


  2. You? Writing book that sounds a lot like sci-fi? This really should be interesting.


  3. Thanks so much for the book. That is an awesome concept, can’t wait to read it.
    Glenda Parker


  4. I like that “Oh an by the way I have a new contract with Tyndale.” Congrats Mike, it couldn’t go to a better guy.


  5. I definitely want to read Centralia. I was just thinking the other day how cool it would be to watch a movie like Shutter Island. Congrats on your book deal!


  6. Nathan Houchens

    I’ve seen Bourne and Inception but never saw Shutter Island but I would like to. The new book sounds amazing based on this info. Congratulations on the new contract.


  7. I loved this series. All 7 stories are beauties underpinned by a great concept.


  8. I can’t wait to read Centralia! How soon will it be available? No pressure, just excited to read more of your work!


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