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Book Review: Broken Monsters by Lauren Beukes

I give this book 4.4 stars


In the city that’s become a symbol for the death of the American dream, a nightmare killer is unravelling reality. 744 more words

Book Reviews

FIRST BOOK EXCERPT from The Weeping Books of Blinney Lane

Here’s a sneak peak from my upcoming debut novel, The Weeping Books of Blinney Lane, a fantasy-suspense about a woman who works in a curse book shop where the books can pull you, literally, into another world….   1,821 more words

Drea Damara

Book Blast Giveaway - Uriel's Fall by Loralie Hall

This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Loralie will be awarding $10 Amazon Gift Card to a randomly drawn winner via the rafflecopter at the end of this post. 53 more words

Blog Tour

The Boy in the Tailpipe

Arnold Desadario was nine years old. He knew that because his birthday was in only three days and he would be ten, two whole numbers! He remembered his last birthday because Billy Apple had thrown up after cake and ice cream when they were playing kickball in the backyard and ever since then everyone called him Billy Barfbag, and because he got a really cool Spiderman Web-Shooter that shot a sticky dart on a string when he did the Web-Slinging-Action with his wrist. 1,596 more words

Short Fiction

Cover Reveal - Eyes of the Woods by Eden Fierce




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Books And Ebooks

Crown's Plank (sixteen) Dark Decoration

The other girls were preoccupied with Miss Antonina and her peculiar interaction with the mysterious, strapping goat that had emerged from the woods.  Tess, however, only pretended to be as enthralled.   197 more words


Supernatural Psychological Romantic Story of Healing, Lone Cypress, FREE For 5 Days

Lone Cypress, the story of a ballerina running from an abusive marriage while trying to figure out if she’s possessed or insane, is out today, and it’s… 310 more words

Laura K. Cowan