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Based on the Kindle September 25 free day success, author Allen Pollens decided to offer two free days this time, especially since it can encompass Columbus Day.  “I believe it will be an even bigger hit this time,” shared Pollens.

“How often do you find yourself unhappily committed to a book?” asked Pollens. “I believe that “HAUNTED would not fall into this category, but I want readers to have a special option… the “IN THE BEGINNING version… FREE on Sunday, Oct. 9 and again on Columbus Day, Oct 10.” 

Here’s a bit of what the story is about…

In spite of years of successful academic achievement, Dr. Harold Treadwell, a PHD psychologist at Philadelphia’s Jess Hawkins University (JHU), has extremely low self-esteem.  Memories of a year’s earlier incident plague him and he loses himself in the complexities of a sleep-study research project.

 Harold’s proposed research focuses on sufferers of undiagnosed and untreated mysterious pain… mental and physical difficulties that appear without warning and ruin lives.  Harold spends five-years designing a sleep-stasis chamber… a necessary apparatus in the proposed study.  Finally, he submits a grant application to the National Institutes of Health (NIH).  Its approval is in doubt until an unexpected source of support with NIH influence surfaces.

“That much is all in the “IN THE BEGINNING intro,” explained Pollens, “and, hopefully, is enough to encourage readers to want the full tale.  Theintro runs more than 35 pages and more than 7000 words.  The Kindle eBook version is normally available for $2.99 at Amazon.com but will be free during Oct. 9 and 10.  Get it by entering “Allen Pollens, IN THE BEGINNING” in the Amazon search window or use this link: http://tinyurl.com/hdb2ak2

About the Author:

Allen Pollens has always had two personas.  There is the tinkerer who always wanted to know, “How does it work?” That one became a graduate engineer and led a high-tech work life for more than forty years.  Then there is the storyteller, Allen Pollens, who was spinning tales from the time he was a child. Allen Pollens has published more than twelve books.  All are available at Amazon.com.

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