Influence by Lucy Leitner

- A young woman’s way of life consists of an environment where terrifying monsters live outside of her home as well as inside. With nowhere to hide and nowhere to escape, survival options are scarcely limited. - Desperate for acceptance and a desire for attention, a new adolescent craze has gone viral on the city streets. This novelty has kept the public informed by its exploitative videos. - A Karen uses her BMW X6 as a justifiable solution to her prejudice problems. Her self entitled carnage of flesh and bone far exceeds the scope of what is normal and acceptable in society.

Influence by Lucy Leitner is a collection of short stories based on website applications enabling users to create and share content. From a morbid transcribed podcast to an individual’s unwholesome journey on Instagram, Leitner has put her own unique spin on social networking. These morbid #Horrorstories permits the reader to visit strange cities, view peculiar posts and learn how to change the people around you…literally.

Unleashing her own brand of specialized horror, I feel it is my civic duty to share, promote and recommend to the public this intense reading experience. Hit that like button, subscribe to that blog and upload the latest viral video…Influence is bound to provoke reactions from all those involved with social networking sites.
Lucy Leitner educates the reader with her invaluable lessons of…the significance of a selfie…actions to be taken when sounds of civil defense sirens are heard…visiting Xorcize.Me if you think a loved one is a victim of demonic possession. If these tutorials sound like stable advise then grab your copy of this five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation today.
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