The Book of Matthew
It's a good week for self-publishing! In addition to The Last Rail-Rider's release on Monday, I've got a new addition to Kindle Worlds to announce.
The Book of Matthew is, effectively, the very, very end of Greatfall. Now that's not to say I won't ever tell other stories in Silo 23 – after all, I didn't even think I'd tell this latest one (I thought I was done!) – only that this story puts to rest the question most readers ask when they finish reading Greatfall: What happened to Matthew?
Well, now you can find out. Here's the very short, completely unrevealing synopsis of the story:
He melted into the dark like a shadow.
He's been hunted like a rat for longer than he can remember.
But now he's come into the light.
And the darkness is waiting.
I should point out that this is a short story, not a full novel. (Who has time to write full novels any more? Oh, wait – nope, I do. Well, mostly. Eleanor is still humming right along.) If you read Greatfall, I hope you'll check it out! And if you didn't read Greatfall – well, I recommend reading Greatfall first. Which means you should probably have read Wool. Oh, and Shift. At least those two. You've got a lot of reading ahead of you, you should get moving.