Soul Insurance

Soul Insurance – Cover and Description Done

Or I should say “done for the moment.” :) I will probably tweak the description a little before it’s all said and done.  That’s one of the hardest parts of a novel, summarizing it in such a way that a potential reader checks it out and says “I might want to read that.” Definitely not easy.

Well, here we go. I’ll add this to the “Coming Soon” section later, so that Dead Living finally has a playmate over there.


Soul InsuranceAre You Afraid Of Dying? You Don’t Have To Be! Buy Soul Insurance Today!

Everyone knows the spheres of light that mingle with society are souls. When a person dies their soul leaves the body until it’s time for reincarnation. Only the privileged can afford soul insurance, a way to continue on after dying.

The living doesn’t know what the afterlife holds, that period of time between bodies. They know nothing about life as a soul. Do souls think and feel? How do they fly up in the clouds? Do they take any part of their old life into the new one?

Only Connor has the answers.

Connor was born able to communicate with souls. He’s tried to keep his ability hidden since he was a child. But Brooke, a woman with whom he shares a strange connection, needs the help of someone who can understand both worlds. They just have to avoid becoming souls themselves.

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  1. Fate   •  

    Looks spiffy ;)

    Congo Rats. Can’t wait to read it.

  2. David   •  

    I’ve rarely ever had an opportunity where I wanted to use an image macro, but I really want to post a Fry “Shut up and take my money!” picture.

    • Geoff   •  

      My thought exactly! “Great minds…”, bud!

      PLEASE take our $ for it ASAP, Glenn! :)

  3. K. Mathis   •  

    Sounds like it’s going to be another good read. When’s it going to drop do you think? Can’t wait.

  4. Geoff   •  

    Good enough for me! Just put that sucker up on amazon so I can buy it and read it.

    (While you get busy on my NEXT fix!)

  5. Glenn Bullion   •     Author

    Now I’m nervous. :) Hope you guys like it. I always get nervous when the end of a novel looms near.

  6. Glenn Bullion   •     Author

    Oh, as for a release date, I’m honestly not sure. It’s a little of a weird situation right now.

    I’m 68K words into it, and it’s feeling like an 80K novel. So, it’s definitely close. But of course, there’s the 1-2 month beta reading, corrections, etc.

    That timeline will push it right into December, which is when Dead Living is scheduled for release. I don’t want to release 2 novels at once, so I might actually hold Soul Insurance back a bit, let everyone gobble up Dead Living. :)

    Side note, I saw the first attempt at Dead Living’s cover, and it looks awesome.

  7. Dave   •  

    If you need beta readers, I’ll volunteer. Can’t wait to get my hands on the next book. Dead Living won’t be as big a release for me since I have the first one on my kindle still.

    • Glenn Bullion   •     Author

      I’m hoping Dead Living flies to the moon. :)

      I’ll put you on the list. I may have to actually limit beta readers this time, as it seems I have a lot of volunteers.

  8. Geoff   •  

    No worries! All your other stories have been very enjoyable. I’m sure the new one will be just as engaging!

    Ummm, I am a bit confused as to why you’d hold off on a new story to “re”-release an older one? I guess I can see it since zombies are big right now, though…

    • Glenn Bullion   •     Author

      Actually, I’m not in charge of the release date for Dead Living, Permuted Press is. So I just have to work around the release date for Soul Insurance because of that. Normally I release my novels whenever they’re ready, I don’t try to work to any kind of date. But I want to make sure Soul Insurance isn’t released too close to Dead Living. Maybe a month or two apart?

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