Release Day – Bête Noire

What scares you?

Nuclear bombs? Crazy politicians? EMPs? Aliens? Zombies? Biological warfare? … your mother?

What scares me?

Mosquitoes.

It only takes one bite
Scientist Lexi Jones struggles to find an antidote to a mosquito born virus killing people all around the world.

99 cents USD … a short, terrifying read

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This short story is the prelude to my Bête Noire series. Bête Noire means black beast in French, or nightmare. The series follows Lexi’s life after the apocalypse. 

Viruses are considered by many scientists to be the greatest threat to mankind. Mosquitoes carry viruses. I leave you with that thought.

I’ve published this story under a new pen name: Doomsday Carson, because the tone of the tale is much darker than my other stories.

If you’re in the mood for a story with a dark edge, give it a try. The first book in the series will release this spring.

Have a great day.


The cover is done by Steven Novak. I think he did a phenomenal job.


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Author: Jo-Ann Carson

About Jo-Ann Carson Where magic happens… Jo-Ann Carson writes a saucy mix of fantasy, adventure and romance. Her latest release is Midnight Magic a Ghost & Abby mystery, which is a spin off from her Gambling Ghosts Series (i.e., A Highland Ghost for Christmas …). Under the pen name Doomsday Carson she writes the post-apocalyptic series Bête Noire. Her two romantic-suspense series are called: Mata Hari and Vancouver Blues. A firm believer in the magic of our everyday lives, Jo-Ann loves watching sunrises, walking beaches near her home in the Pacific Northwest and reading by the fire.

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