Summer Reading Giveaways!

I’ve worked hard to get five “12 and up” titles published that break the mold to entertain my target audience: kids who are like me. However, it’s tough to reach new readers.

I want parents, teachers, and kids who enjoy sci-fi, fantasy, and horror to check out my titles and share their thoughts.
For that reason . . .

All of my titles are FREE for Kindle

May 1-5th.

Unfortunately, kids tend not to be aware of Ebook giveaways, so I’m asking parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents, godparents, teachers, librarians, and anyone in a position to endorse fun, scary summer reading to give at least one of my titles a chance.

Pick the one that interests you most, or the one that you think the young person in your life will enjoy most, and if you read it, please leave a review on Amazon or and pass that title on to a young reader! :)

If you’re not an ebook person, you have a chance to win paperback copies of select titles through

Here’s a handy rundown of the five titles I am giving away:

Title/Summary Who would like it? Reader Review
Christmas Terror TalesChristmas Terror Tales Kids (and adults) who love fun, creepy, punchy stories. Compare to: Alvin Schwartz’s Scary Stories Collections, Goosebumps, The Twilight Zone “The stories are scary but not too scary. I love the fact that the endings are basically an opportunity to let your imagination run wild.” -AMAZON Reader Review
Christmas Terror Tales: BelowChristmas Terror Tales Presents: “Below”  This Kindle Exclusive novella is darker than the ones found in my other scary stories books. However, its content remains appropriate for 12 and up.Compare to: Tales from the Crypt, The Twilight Zone “Kevin Folliard has crafted a vision of elves that I don’t believe anyone else could have conceived of. This is an outstanding, fast paced short read. Do yourself a favor and buy it.”
-AMAZON Reader Review
Valentine Terror TalesValentine Terror Tales Kids (and adults) who love fun, creepy, punchy stories. Great for teens with broken hearts! Compare to: Alvin Schwartz’s Scary Stories Collections, The Twilight Zone “Kevin Folliard weaves a spider web of deadly stories so creepy, you might just look twice at your attractive new paramour.”
-AMAZON Reader Review
Jake Carter & the Nightmare Gallery
Jake Carter & the Nightmare Gallery
Creative and introspective young readers. Nightmare Gallery touches on issues of loss, family, art, and faith.Compare to: Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way Comes, The Twilight Zone Jake Carter knows when to ebb and knows when to flow. It’s disturbing, but not disgusting. There’s lots of action, but its all meaningful.”
-AMAZON Reader Review
Violet BlackViolet Black & the Curse of Camp Coldwater Young readers who want a fast-paced, fun spooky adventure. Violet is less dark than Nightmare Gallery and touches on themes of loss, friendship, and family. Compare to: Nancy Drew, Goosebumps “Folliard sets the scenes fantastically, all sorts of adventures, twists, and turns kept me on the edge of my seat.”
-AMAZON Reader Review

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About kmfollia

Kevin M. Folliard is a Chicagoland fiction writer who has worked on the "Press Start" series of films and webcartoons. His published fiction includes the scary stories collection "Christmas Terror Tales" and the dark fantasy novel "Jake Carter & the Nightmare Gallery."
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