Hope everyone is having a happy holiday season!

Here’s a gift for the month, courtesy of Red Adept Publishing: from December 20th to December 24th, the Kindle edition of Pale Highway — my surrealistic 2015 sci-fi novel about Alzheimer’s disease, a deadly epidemic, and the real-life struggles of nursing homes — will be FREE on Amazon.

If you haven’t yet read Pale Highway before, now is the perfect chance. Pick up your free ebook on Amazon today!

Pale Highway book cover

Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Novel – Predators & Editors Readers Poll 2015

“Steeped in suspense, Conley’s novel delves into the darker recesses of the medical establishment. Gabriel is a sympathetic character, and the reader is pulled into his private struggles.” – Publishers Weekly

“Pale Highway brings his struggles for survival along with his fierce desire to hold off his symptoms long enough to save everyone around him to brilliant, beautiful life.” – Examiner.com

Gabriel Schist is spending his remaining years at Bright New Day, a nursing home. He once won the Nobel Prize for inventing a vaccine for AIDS. But now, he has Alzheimer’s, and his mind is slowly slipping away.

When one of the residents comes down with a horrific virus, Gabriel realizes that he is the only one who can find a cure. Encouraged by Victor, an odd stranger, he convinces the administrator to allow him to study the virus. Soon, reality begins to shift, and Gabriel’s hallucinations interfere with his work.

As the death count mounts, Gabriel is in a race against the clock and his own mind. Can he find a cure before his brain deteriorates past the point of no return?

4 thoughts on “Special Deal: ‘Pale Highway’ is FREE, for a limited time only!

  1. I enjoyed my copy and head back to it at times because reading is awesome and I have become a belated fan of dipping back into books, as opposed to reading cover to cover as I usually prefer to.

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