Clarissa Johal: 2015 October Frights Blog Hop - "Spirit Loop" #paranormal #flashfiction & VOICES Prize Package #Giveaway #Octoberfrights

Monday, October 5, 2015

2015 October Frights Blog Hop - "Spirit Loop" #paranormal #flashfiction & VOICES Prize Package #Giveaway #Octoberfrights

Welcome to the 2015 October Frights Blog Hop 
Join 40+ paranormal and horror authors for ten days of screaming good fun. Books and prizes to be won!
Hosted by me (Clarissa Johal)

From October 1-10th, join me for free short stories, exclusive excerpts, and Rafflecopter contests. I'm offering signed paperbacks & ecopies of my books, AND some awesome prizes. On October 10th, there's a grand prize so be sure and stop by then.

Photo courtesy of Luca Rossato via Flickr
Spirit Loop by Clarissa Johal

The hospital ruins were silent. His footsteps echoed against the broken tiles as he pointed his flashlight down the darkened hallway. The urgent whisper began again.
"Hello? Security." His voice echoed down the hallway. "This building's off-limits."
Shadows thrown against the cracked plaster walls, seemingly followed him as he made his way towards the sound. He came to a closed door and lay his ear against it. The whispers of the woman continued, almost as if in hushed prayer.
Grasping his flashlight, he placed his hand against the door, and slowly pushed it open. "Ma'am?"
A woman stood on a wooden chair. One end of a dirty bed sheet was wound around her neck, while the other end looped over a pipe on the ceiling.
The woman smiled. Several of her teeth were missing, and what was left, was broken off into sharp points. Her colorless hair was thin, and in disarray. "I'm free." She stepped off the chair. Instead of hanging herself, she slipped through the sheet like water. Spider-like, the blackened form of the spirit crawled up the wall and huddled in the corner.
"Holy shit—!" The security guard backed away.
She dropped to the ground and scuttled over to his feet. "You shouldn't be in here." The voice was hollow, and far from female. She lunged and bit his ankle.
He screamed and kicked at her. Grabbed the door knob, he rattled it unsuccessfully. "Let me out!" He glanced wildly over his shoulder.
Again, the woman stood on top of the rusty chair. One end of the dirty bed sheet appeared, wound around her neck, while the other end looped over a pipe on the ceiling. Her gaze connected with his own, before she stepped off the chair and slipped through the sheet like water.

The Giveaway! 

Prize package includes: 
1- ecopy of VOICES (Kindle not included!) epub, mobi or PDF
1- Book of Shadows: An over-sized blank (lined paper) Journal designed by Clarissa Johal
1- Genuine Rosewood ballpoint pen in wooden gift box

by Clarissa Johal

Sometimes the ghosts from your past…are real.

Moira claims to hear voices and is sent a psychiatric hospital. Her doctor is hesitant to treat her as schizophrenic, as she doesn't show typical symptoms. As their sessions progress, she confesses there are two voicesand they aren't voices in her head, but the voices of ghosts.
And one is determined to drag her into the afterlife with him.

Available in ebook only

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Google Play
Also available on iTunes and Scribd

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Keep Hopping!


Unknown said...

Your covers are always so gorgeous - and now that journal!!!

Great prizes as always:))

A. F. Stewart said...

A great story, very spooky and chilling.

Unknown said...

I could see that creepy woman on the chair very clearly. Gave me the chills. If I ever ran into something like that thing I think I'd just start balling like a Great tale :)

Mary Preston said...

I love a good fright. Fantastic.

Clarissa Johal, Author said...

Thanks for stopping by, everyone :)
lol, Scott! I might be blubbering as well!

scatteredleaves said...

thank you so much

Clarissa Johal, Author said...

Thank you, Anne! My cover artists do an awesome job :)

Debbie Christiana said...

Super creepy story, Clarissa! Loved it!

Mary Rajotte said...

Loved Spirit Loop! Perfectly creepy :)

Unknown said...

This was a lovely, creepy tale. Thank you for offering such stories and gifts to us.