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 GreatfallWhat 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.