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Jonathan Maberry’s ‘Glimpse’ nominated at Dragon Con








The name Jonathan Maberry is well known among supernatural thriller readers. He is a multi-Bram Stoker award winning author, and recently his V-Wars novels have been adapted to series by Netflix. But it isn’t V-Wars we want to bring to your attention.
If you’re a true geek, you know Dragon Con is coming up at the end of the month. This year, Jonathan Maberry’s novel GLIMPSE has been nominated for an award. The Dragon Awards are fan-voted awards that “recognize outstanding achievement in science fiction and fantasy literature, comics, gaming and filmed entertainment”. They are given out annually at Dragon Con since 2016.
For the last several years, Jonathan has been a featured author at the con, so this is exciting news. If you’re a fan of horror fiction, please take a moment to follow this link and vote for Jonathan. Thanks, and we’ll see you at Dragon Con! http://application.dragoncon.org/dc_fan_awards_signup.php 

About Glimpse:
Rain Thomas is a mess. Seven years an addict and three difficult years clean. Racked by guilt for the baby she gave up for adoption when she was sixteen. Still grieving for the boy’s father who died in Iraq. Alone, discarded by her family, with only the damaged members of her narcotics anonymous meetings as friends. Them, and the voices in her head.

One morning, on the way to a much-needed job interview, she borrows reading glasses to review her resume. There is a small crack in one lens and through that damaged slice of glass she sees a young boy go running down the aisle of the subway train. Is he screaming with laughter or just screaming? When she tries to find the boy, he’s gone and no one has seen him.

The day spins out of control. Rain loses whole chunks of time. She has no idea where her days went. The voices she hears are telling her horrible things. And even stranger things are happening. Unsure whether she is going insane, Rain sets out to find answers to long buried questions about an earlier life she has avoided for years―in what may be the most dangerous collision of all, that between reality and nightmare.
How far will one person go to save someone they love?

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