Available in Kindle version, Epub or just a plain word doc for those (like me) without an eReader.
A little backstory here first. Those of you who don't know me and probably even most who do may be surprised that I only began writing in earnest about 3-4 years ago. Prior to that I had tried to write but found, almost without exception, I was never able to focus long enough to fully complete anything. Apparently while I have personally only tried cocaine twice in my life (gotta say I do not care for it), my brain has somehow found it's own endless private supply which it uses along with a crack pipe jammed in one corner of it's mouth and a pipe full of meth in the opposite corner. Yup, that's how it can feel in my head at times and that goes all the way back to when I was just a wee lad staring up at the ceiling after being forced to bed by my evil overlords who you may call parents. Sorry for the tangent but welcome to my brain. Once I learned to focus and write I put together a particularly nasty tale (that perhaps you'll be able to get your hands on soon) and due to some decent feedback I decided to keep writing. Harvester of Sorrow was the second tale I ever wrote which hopefully now you've downloaded and perhaps have been unfortunate enough to read.
One final bit of information in regard to the story. I've been asked more than once where I come up with this stuff usually by people who have known me a long time and had no idea such sick things were going on in my mind. While everything above served as some inspiration for wanting to make a child abusing priest suffer the end had a specific inspiration. I won't spoil anything if you haven't read it yet so no worries there. I read pretty much non-stop as a kid starting with tons of Hardy Boys mysteries and Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators books then later moving into tons of mercenary style books as Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger were at the peak of their action stardom. It was in that time that I came into the possession of some books in the Nick Carter book series (he was like an American James Bond). One of those Nick Carter books had a scene that served as the inspiration for the ending of Harvester of Sorrow. Of course, I didn't do it exactly the same and I'm more graphic but the entire premise was based on one or two pages of a Nick Carter book I read when I was probably 9 or 10 years old. In the Nick Carter version a person was simply pinned to the floor and covered in honey so I just took that to a "slightly" more extreme level. Honestly most of the sickest things I ever write come from non-horror sources like that.
One last interesting tidbit is that I saw Metallica for my first time about a year prior to the clip below which is a concert in Moscow to 1.6 Million people (6th largest concert crowd in history ironically #1 also took place in Moscow but to 3.5 Million!) Hopefully you enjoyed all that so now enjoy some Metallica and please if you enjoyed my story share it around to your horror loving friends. Thank You.