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The Night Has Seen Your Mind by Simon Kearns
Genre: Speculative Fiction with elements of sci-fi/horror/psychological thriller
Blog Tour - 25th February - 3rd March 2021
Publication Date - 22nd January 2021
Estimated Page Count - 336
Formats available: Mobi, Epub, PDF
Types of post available: Reviews or basic promo / spotlight posts
Pre-order from Amazon - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Night-Has-Seen-Your-Mind-ebook/dp/B08RSKDCPZ/
Tech billionaire, Mattias Goff, has invited five creative professionals – programmer, pianist, writer, actor, and photographer – for a monthlong residency at Crystal Falls, his Arctic retreat.
Researching brain waves, and especially the enigmatic gamma wave, Goff asks his guests to wear a kind of EEG cap in order to record the electrical activity in their brains while they engage with their respective disciplines. Although they will be paid $5million each for the experience, they all start their sojourn a little wary – some more than others.
Cut off from the outside world in the stunningly beautiful, if stark, Alaskan winter landscape they immerse themselves in their work. Soon, though, reality seems to be shifting. What is Goff really researching? Are his guests only being observed, or manipulated?
About Simon Kearns
Simon Kearns was born in London in 1972 and grew up in Northern Ireland. In his teens he returned to London to study philosophy. At the end of 2004 he moved to the south of France where he lives with his partner and two children. His debut, Virtual Assassin, (Revenge Ink, 2010), explores personal responsibility in a corrupt society. It was followed by Dark Waves, (Blood Bound Books, 2014), about a powerful haunting and the scientist determined to debunk it. His stories have appeared in publications such as The Future Fire, Litro, The Honest Ulsterman, and on numerous websites. He revels in etymology, guitar, gaming, and the science of superstition.
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