Thank you, Jensen, for hosting my upcoming release.
Everybody here needs to check out this blog. Jensen is an amazing blogger and an extremely talented author. I “met” her when our short stories appeared in Full Metal Horror Anthology last year.
Philip Rutkowski, a son of a Polish immigrant, “enjoys” all the
benefits of big city life—a boring, routine office job, the everyday
long commute, a massive mortgage, and rare nights out with a few
Everything changes for Philip, when his colleague and best friend,
David Zilberschlag, gives him a vintage mirror to help his friend to
decorate his newly-bought apartment. The mirror belonged to
David’s deceased granddad, a Holocaust’s survivor, who believed
that the mirror hides some dark secrets from the past.
Both friends don’t believe in old man’s “fairy tales”, but when Philip
continues to see visions of a German SS-officer in the mirror who
tries to talk to him, he has nothing to do, but to try to find the
answers to the questions he doesn’t know.
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