PICKLETWIT by Ronnie Ray Jenkins

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We all have those voices in our head, the quiet sounds of conscience that leaves us most days with silent reminders. In some cases though, it could be, "Pickletwit."

Pickletwit is the evil fairy lying dormant under the letter, "P" on any device with a keypad. Awaken her from her slumber, and you will soon know her wrath. Anyone can fall victim to the bad imp, and once she enters your brain door she can make you do terrible things.

The introductory novella is Volume One—Lillibeth. When a young girl witnesses the kidnapping of her best friend at the age of nine-years-old, the traumatic event leaves Lillibeth to suffer with a personality disorder. Pickletwit loves victims with existing problems; it makes her job so much easier.

When Lillibeth wakens Pickletwit from her hibernation under the keyboard of her computer, the nano-sized fairy flits through her eye, follows her optic nerve, and ends up in her brain. Soon, Pickletwit becomes the voice in her head, and all of the counseling and treatment does little to help Lillibeth. Pickletwit has other plans for her. Plans, that include killing.

Detective Lance Narwall opens a cold case in hopes of solving the kidnapping of Lillibeth’s best friend nearly twenty-years ago. He soon finds himself on the trail of a serial killing sociopath who’s every move is now controlled by the evil fairy inside her head known as Pickletwit.

A chilling, heart-pounding fantasy sure to keep you on the edge of your seat with each turn of a page, as you pray the thoughts in your head, are your own, and not that of, “Pickletwit.”

About Ronnie Ray Jenkins

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Ronnie Ray Jenkins (1957-) was raised in the Appalachians of Pennsylvania. Born, one of eleven children of a coal miner, Jenkins brings a new voice, and narration in his works. Gritty, to the point, and at times, humorous, many of his works deal with the struggles of the Appalachian common folk. He has authored three novels, and two collections of short stories.
Published March 8, 2013 by RRJ Publishing. 87 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction

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