Chris Roy – Sad Sally Salad

June Taster Story

We are offering this separately published short story (<8K words) by writer Chris Roy as this month’s “taster story”. If you would like a copy to review, please sign up using the form below, This is not a tour – you are welcome to review at any time, though we hope you will review some time in June! Please let us know when you review, and we will make sure your review gets some publicity.

About Sad Sally Salad

Sally learned to talk to animals as a little girl, and her daddy didn’t like it.

Raised by an old hippie woman on the beaches of Baja, California, Sally was taught to use her sensitivity of animals to bring people back to the Mother. Her presence —a calm and haunted, powerful intensity—attracts the attention of environmental groups eager to war against cattle ranchers. With Sally as the face of their cause, thousands gather in an animal cruelty protest that turns deadly.

“Sad Sally is a prophet for our time. The gentlest message can pose the deepest threat. How should the world react? Follow her? Monetize her? Silence her? Kill her? Chris Roy offers us a haunting allegory about a collision of worlds.” — Carly Rheilan, author of Birthrights

Amazon link http://mybook.to/SadSallySalad

About the author

Chris Roy is the author of Shocking Circumstances, Sharp as a Razor, and Her Name Is Mercie. He is a published tattoo artist (Rise Tattoo Magazine, ATC Tattoo Books app) and the illustrator of two children’s books. Born and bred in South Mississippi, when he isn’t writing, he’s reading, tattooing or looking for prospects to train in boxing.

You can find Chris on Twitter @ChrisRoyCrime.

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Published by Kids With 47 Years

Kids With 47 Years is a campaigning organisation seeking to open up parole rights to prisoners in Mississippi

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