Friday, April 1, 2011

Giveaway & Guest Post!! Scott Nicholson!!

What’s Your Liquid Fear? (David Dunn)
By Scott Nicholson
WIN $10 GC!

Please do any (or all!) of the following for one entry each!
  • Tweet!
  • Post on FB
  • Comment on this Post

Winners will be drawn April 8th and if Liquid Fear—available for .99 cents at Amazon,, and Smashwords --hits the Top 100, a $100 winner will also be selected from participating blogs!

Hop all the blogs and increase your odds!

What’s your liquid fear?
David Dunn is the “lucky one” in many ways—he’s the one who was most able to resist the test drugs that induced fear and rage in the original research subjects. Because of his resistance, though, he becomes a case study for Dr. Sebastian Briggs, who has confined the man and is treating him with drugs that alternately skew his perception of reality and then cause him to remember how much he’s lost.

Dunn only has one viewpoint scene in Liquid Fear—the opening, where we experience how removed from reality he now is. His rich fantasy contrasts with his physical plight—he’s being held captive in a converted factory being used as a research facility.

Dunn seems to cling to an important incident in the original test trials that the others have forgotten—that one of the research subjects died violently. However, his knowledge doesn’t really help him. It seems to bring him guilt that lingers despite his obvious disintegration.

Will David Dunn remember in time to help the others defeat Briggs? Or is he too far gone, the latest victim of the Seethe and Halcyon drugs that Briggs is testing?

Read Liquid Fear and find out just how much fear is enough.

Scott Nicholson is author of 20 books, including Disintegration, The Skull Ring, Speed Dating with the Dead, and The Red Church. He’s also written the children’s books If I Were Your Monster and Duncan the Punkin. Visit him at Haunted Computer.

LIQUID FEAR: A Mystery Thriller
By Scott Nicholson

When Roland Doyle wakes up with a dead woman in his motel room, the only clue is a mysterious vial of pills bearing the label “Take one every 4 hrs or else.”
Ten years before, six people were involved in a secret pharmaceutical trial that left one of them murdered and five unable to remember what happened. Now the experiment is continuing, as Dr. Sebastian Briggs wants to finish his research into fear response and post-traumatic stress disorder. He’s backed by a major drug company and an ambitious U.S. Senator, but he also has a personal stake in the outcome.
Only by taking the mysterious pills can the survivors stave off the creeping phobias, carnal impulses, and madness that threaten to consume them. But the pills have an unexpected side effect—the survivors start remembering the terrible acts they perpetrated a decade ago. They are lured back to the Monkey House, the remote facility where the original trials took place, and Briggs has prepared it for their arrival.
Now they are trapped, they each have only one pill left, and cracks are forming in their civilized veneer. After the pills are gone, there’s only one option. “Or else.”
Read about it at Haunted Computer or view it at 
Amazon US, Amazon UK,, or Smashwords


  1. Just bought this can't wait to read
    Thanks Scott
    dragonfly1976 at gmail dot com

  2. Sounds like another great one, Scott! Thanks for being awesome, as always. =O)

  3. Are we supposed to share our links to Twitter and Facebook? Well, here they are, just in case:



  4. Got it, now I need to read it!

    lorraine_lanning [at] yahoo [dot] com

    I'm going to copy and paste at each site, I don't have a lot of time to comment today :(

  5. I totally can't wait to read this.

    darlyn225 at gmail dot com!/darlyn5/status/53914769312321536


  6. Yup its a great read --- please count me in!


  7. thanks, guys, good odds here! Grab your copy--we're close to triggering that $100 prize giveaway (which could be yours!)

    Thanks for hosting, Julia!


  8. Thanks for posting! Please enter me in the contest!

    JaidisShaw at yahoo dot com

  9. Looking forward to jumping into this one!

    ldhesler at hotmail dot com

  10. Looking forward to it. Thanks for sharing!

    tweet -!/DonnaS1/status/54058407212232704

    bacchus76 at myself dot com

  11. I'd love to play please :D


  12. I'd really love to win this :)

    deadtossedwaves at gmail dot com

  13. Thanks for the chance!

    spamscape [at] gmail [dot] com

  14. Sounds like it's full of action and suspense. Thanks for the chance.

  15. tweeted!/missdeb1/status/54140605693046784

  16. Can't wait to read this, thanks for the chance!

    the imagine tree at aol dot com

  17. Thanks for the giveaway. Please enter me in contest. Sounds like a very good book.

  18. I love finding new books that I can't wait to read!

  19. Hi everyone, great turnout! Please be sure to tweet and facebook to improve your odds! Also, a good surge in sales will trigger the $100 gift card that YOU might win! Please consider gifting it to your friends who like mysteries, thrillers, and suspense! (a 99 cent surprise)

    Scott Nicholson

  20. First a big thank you to Rex Robots for including that little "Retweet" button. What a smart move. And, Scott, it was difficult enough for me to sleep after reading that "blog" so I know your book is going to scare me silly. All that patting themselves on the back stuff that the bioethics committee members were doing for "improvements" is soooo typical of government management, all the while you know the opposite often holds true. Also, the fact that they are "acting out" the definition for clinical trials for all those participants who don't speak English and don't have words for clinical trials tells me that the pharmaceutical companies aren't bothering to spend money on translators, because I can't imagine any people who don't have words for get better, get sicker, or die. varbonoff22 at cox dot net

  21. Great contest Scott!!/alterlisa/status/54799762406387712

    alterlisa AT yahoo DOT com

  22. Good one Scott ... just finished Liquid Fear - now I can't sleep ;-)

  23. Can't wait to read this one!! :)

  24. l am off to have a look at the rest of his books!
    Thanks for this post and giveaway
    Twitter -!/BooksforCompany/status/55046405630328833
    plus comment
    booksforcompany @

  25. Thanks for the chance!


  26. pimples are really annoying, you can kill them using benzoyl peroxide but it will also make your skin red.

    online pharmacy

  27. Oh yes, count me in for this little giveaway. Looking forward to reading Liquid Fear this spring.

  28. I love thrillers, and this one is really good. I would hate to go through what David has. Love to read this book.


  29. Zowie! What is this? You were all over the place on April 1st. Is that International Scott Nicholson Day or is this whole giveaway thing some sort of elaborate April Fool's Day joke? (It beats posting something new every day for 90 days, i suppose).


  30. Sounds like a great book. Thanks for this!

    reviewsbyabby at gmail dot com

  31. Tweeted!/darkmotives/status/56420619666997248

    reviewsbyabby at gmail dot com

  32. thanks everyone, according to the winner is Anita! I Will email you. Please visit Rex Robot Reviews and subscribe to my newsletter at for more great giveaways!


  33. Great read! I wish you could follow up to this topic




Related Posts Plugin