Book Of The Day – Flowers

by Greg on August 22, 2011

Today we have a highly rated bargain Kindle book for the Book Of The Day. Flowers by Scott Nicholson is a collection of short stories and has a very impressive 4.6 star rating. It is on sale right now for only 99 cents (reg. $2.99).

If you have read any of Nicholson’s books you know why many people say he’s right up there with Stephen King. If you haven’t read any of his work yet, make sure to pick up Flowers while it’s still on sale for less than a dollar!

“Flowers is a wonderful collection of twelve short stories, without a stinker in the bunch! These stories range from creepy to surreal, haunting to gripping – but each one is an absolute page turner.” spg – Amazon Reviewer

by Scott Nicholson
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Category: Fantasy/Paranormal/Horror
Price: $0.99 Save $2


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A fantasy and paranormal collection. Contains the Writers of the Future Award-winning story “The Vampire Shortstop” and 11 other tales of magic, romance, and the supernatural, including the Makers series in which children control the essential forces of the world. Includes “The Boy Who Saw Fire,” “In The Heart of November,” and “Invisible Friend.”

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

I have started to notice that anything I read by Scott is amazing. Don’t expect to put this down easily just because it’s short stories!


This is a really great book of short stories. From beginning to end the stories are all very gripping. I recommend this book to anyone who likes a good read.


This wonderful collection of stories takes me back to my favorite TV shows from way back; Twilght Zone, One Step Beyond, and Night Gallery. I’d love to see this collection of stories made into a TV format or Movie (s). I am a fan and will continue to read Scott Nicholson’s work. Brilliant author with a great imagination. Looking forward to his next book.

Get Flowers here: Flowers

About The Author

Author Scott Nicholson has written 12 thrillers, 60 short stories, four comics series, and six screenplays. He’s also a freelance editor and journalist. He lives in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina, where he tends an organic garden, successfully eludes stalkers, and generally lives the dream. He’s online at

Nicholson has written hundreds of songs and poems and was a musician in a former life. a newspaper reporter, he’s won three North Carolina Press Association awards. He’s had the usual collection of odd jobs: dishwasher, carpenter, painter, paranormal investigator, baseball card dealer, and radio announcer. Now he haphazardly trades words for magic beans and uses “haphazardly” as often as possible while decrying the overuse of adverbs.

Entering the digital era with a vengeance, Nicholson is releasing original titles and collections while conspiring to release interactive books in the near future, building audio files, video, and collaborative fiction projects. He operates Haunted Computer Books and Indie Books Blog to bring a variety of voices to readers.

Nicholson won the grand prize in the international Writers of the Future contest in 1999. That same year, he was first runner-up for the Darrell Award. He studied Creative Writing at Appalachian State University and UNC-Chapel Hill. He has been an officer of Mystery Writers of America and Horror Writers Association and is a member of International Thriller Writers and inaugural member of the Killer Thriller Band.

Unfortunately, they never taught him to write: he had 105 rejections before his first story sale and over 400 before he sold a novel. He hasn’t learned much from his mistakes but thinks he’ll probably improve with practice. If nothing else, he’s become a better liar.

His website features author interviews, articles, and fiction excerpts. Bad relationship advice. Humor. Gardening tips. Subliminal tricks to sell his books. That sort of thing.

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Scott Nicholson and ENT appreciate it.

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