“The Zipper” – The Newest Psychological Twister by Author Richard A. McCullough
What Happens When Curiosity Takes Over And You Accidently Un-Zip The World?
The zipper once opened is almost impossible to zip closed and what is on the other side – the Twilight Zone. Little Johnny didn’t mean to, but then, little boys never do.
Reviews for “The Zipper: reflect that mysterious other worldly realm:
“This story flips the world on its head. Ants, the small boy, the old man, that nosy neighbor woman and the zipper. Everything turns – well -- inside out. This story takes you way out on the edge and leaves you hanging, like well, anything is possible. Weird in a very good way.” - - Joy
“Do yourself a favor and take the time to read this short and sassy tale, a unique, well written, story about a curious and mischievous little boy who discovered more than he bargained for. This fascinating story held my interest all the way, and I would like a hard copy of this book, so I could give it to all my friends to read. I'd recommend this delightful story to everyone. A real treat.” - - Jessie
“The writing is mesmerizing and hypnotic. I was just curious but it hooked me so hard and fast and before I knew it I was looking into that abyss. If Poe were alive today, he'd write like this writer. Fantastic story and fantastic writing.” - - Karla J Swanson
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It is available to download for FREE March 1 thru March 5, 2014. The Audio version of the book is also available.
About The Author:
Richard A. McCullough resides in Southern California with his wife and three children. He began his writing career at age 10 with his horror story, “To Commit a Murder”, loosely based on Edgar Allan Poe’s Tell-Tale Heart. Richard has completed over a thousand poems, dozens of short stories and the trilogy Vinegarroon. His science-fiction novel Mirror Image, was awarded “First Runner-Up” in L. Ron Hubbard’s International Writers of the Future contest. Richard McCullough believes: Writers are crucial to the survival of a culture”.
"The Zipper" is available on Amazon.com in Kindle format and as an audio book. From March 1 - 5 the Kindle version can be downloaded for FREE at