Clean, A Tale of The Inappropriate Library by Kim Isaac Greenblatt, copyright 2008, all rights reserved

Please find some pages from Clean, A Tale Inappropriate Library, coming soon from Shockingly Awesome Press. The book is the second in a series of fantasy books. Be aware that this book is graphic and for our young adult readers.

For comments and feedback please email the author Kim Greenblatt - thank you for your interest in the series!


Patrick quietly unzipped this sleeping bag. He peered into the darkness, saw nothing and fingered around for his flashlight. He held his breath.

A moaning sound upset the cadence of the stream.

He exhaled and strained his hearing.

Moaning. Then a quiet, subtle clawing against a tree.

The tent was darker than the inside of a dirty boot.

The Baker was open by Patrick and Dan’s feet. There was no floor to the tent. The scout campgrounds were especially black tonight since there was no moon and the clouds effectively shut out the stars.

There were no flaps for the tent by the boys’ feet. They were the new scouts so they didn’t get their dibs on the tents with the floors. Their bedding was simple, consisting of a plastic ground cloth and their sleeping bags. There were no campfires since it was very early in the morning . There was no glow from night sky lights since they were miles away from the nearest city.

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Publisher: Shockingly Awesome Press

ISBN Complete: 978-0-9777282-9-9

for our young adult readers (and adult readers who like fantasy, adventure and horror)

Title: Clean, A Tale of The Inappropriate Library Publication Date: TBD

Language: English

Coming Soon thru a bookstore near you in the US and UK.

Price: TBD


LCCN# 2008902326

Copyright 2008, Kim Isaac Greenblatt, All Rights Reserved