We are finally in October and my favorite time of year: Fall which brings on Halloween/costumes/candy/corn mazes, and scary movies/stories!!! And today I am helping to spread the word on a .99 pre-order of a upcoming boxset: Soul’s Day written by 19 authors! This short story anthology is 352 pages and will be coming out October 20th! The publisher is Fire Quill Publishers.
What else can I say: For just .99 you get 19 short stories!!
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Old Hallows Eve, when things go bump in the night,
Children come to play, and the witches provide the fright.
For 19 authors, USA Today and international bestselling,
The Halloween tales become more than this foretelling.
In the Soul’s Day Boxset, a mansion feeds on souls,
A gargoyle captures them, and a demon dungeon master makes the calls,
Campers gets picked off one by one,
The Karnaval’s corn dogs are less than fun,
Ghosts lurking around every bend,
‘I do’ at the wedding is the very end.
A boxset of chills and thrills to keep you up at night,
One-click pre-order to snap your copy filled with fright.
On old Hallow’s eve when creatures come to play,
With this spine chilling pages, it’s where you’ll want to stay.
Author Line Up:
Erin Lee – USA TODAY BESTSELLING
Kristin Ping w/a Judith Holstrom – USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR
Amber Garr – INTERNATIONAL BEST SELLING AND AWARD WINNING AUTHOR
Ashlee Sinn – INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLING AND AWARD WINNING AUTHOR
L.L. Hunter- INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLING AND AWARD WINNING AUTHOR
Monique Singleton – INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLING AUTHOR
Majanka Verstraete – INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLING AUTHOR
Aubrey Wynne – INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLING AUTHOR
Aubrey Wynne – INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLING AUTHOR
Stephanie Ayers – INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLING AUTHOR
D.M Wolfenden – INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLING AUTHOR
Maggie Tideswell – INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLING AUTHOR
Sian B. Claven – AWARD WINNING AUTHOR
Kayla Krantz – AWARD WINNING AUTHOR
Yvette Bostic – AWARD WINNING AUTHOR
Scarlet Le Clair
Today I am featuring one of the authors in this boxset: Sian B. Claven and her story SHH…
Description For Sian B. Claven’s Story SHH…
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The once silent world of Heather Lawrence is turned upside down when her husband, Andrew, admits her to a state-of-the-art facility for surgery that enables Heather to hear and speak, an ability she lost in her teens.
Strangeness abounds as she hears voices that aren’t there and speaks words that are not her own, and she tries to navigate through her noisy new life.
Desperate for answers, Andrew searches for the surgeon that gave Heather her new lease on life but turns up with more questions than when he started. He soon finds himself in need of a priest as All Hallows’ Eve approaches, and all traces of his wife disappear in front of his eyes.
About Sian B. Claven:
Born in South Africa, in the heart of Johannesburg, Sian Claven grew up with a vivid imagination. When she wasn’t immersing herself in books, she was actively creating her own stories.
At 29 years old, left to her own devices after her sister immigrated, Sian, wrote her first horror book Ensnared and dared to publish it under the guidance of indie authors Toni Cox and Ashleigh Giannaccaro.
Now she has released more than ten books including a thriller and sci-fi fantasy.
In 2019, Sian took up the challenge of publishing 11 books in 11 months.
Sian came second place in the First Annual Indie Awards for Favourite African Author.
Sian’s book, Sylvana, the final book in her Butcher series, made the Amazon top 100 best sellers list in several categories across three countries.
In her spare time, Sian is an avid Harry Potter fan, pop collector and Bingo addict. She resides in Johannesburg with her 2 best friends, their daughter, their 6 dogs and 3 cats.
Today I bring you an author spotlight for Linda Bloodworth. She has two novels in A Raven Wing series that are aimed for adults that deal with very difficult subjects, and not for the younger kiddos. Linda also likes to remain a bit of an enigma, so we have a different kind of author photo for you:
Linda Bloodworth is a writer from Toronto who often has to battle two cats and a dog to find a comfortable writing position. Author of, A Raven’s Touch (2015) and A Raven’s Revenge (2019), Linda has self-published on Amazon and various retail platforms. Writing since she could pick up a pen, Linda enjoys scary tales of the strange and unusual as well as binge-watching Sailor Moon ad nauseam.
A Raven’s Touch
Published: December 25, 2015
Bullied through high school, seventeen-year-old Justice St. Michaels is grateful for the help of her best friend Moira O’Fhey. Their only wish is to graduate high school, leave the sleepy town of Fallingbrook and all that happened behind them. The Heavens have other plans. Between late night sleepwalking and being involved in explosive school fights, nothing seems to make sense. When an unexpected encounter with Darien Raventhorn causes worlds to collide it exposes the truth about Justice’s real identity. To avenge a family death, Justice must embrace her birthright, and slay a demon before all Hell breaks loose.
**Warning**: This book contains bullying, violence, death, and suicide. It is not recommended for those under 16.
A Raven’s Revenge
Published: October 4, 2019
Hell hath no fury like an angel scorned. Justice St. Michaels is on a mission from God to avenge her parents’ death, even if it means hunting Seliki to the depths of Hell. Justice and her powerful friends won’t back down until His will is done. Can an angel, witch, vampire and elf take on Hell and come out alive?
**Warning**: This book is not intended for audiences under 18, scenes of graphic violence, sexual situations, and implications of child molestation (not shown).
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Today we bring you an Author Spotlight for David Nora and his debut published novel Slasher Crasher. Kim will also be sharing her review.
When David Nora isn’t writing silly horror stories about his high school friends, he’s trying to inspire future generations of children as a social studies teacher of the blind/visually impaired. He lives in New York City with his beloved stuffed polar bear, Po Po. He can be found on Twitter and Instagram at davidnorajr [all one word, lowercase]. Your support of indie authors is greatly appreciated.
Published: August 22, 2019
It was the night HE tried to go home…but got caught in THEIR drama…
It’s Halloween. Nick Roesch, a towering figure of evil and stupidity, escapes from the upstate New York mental hospital he’s been committed to for the past five years. Planning to return to his childhood home, where he brutally murdered his babysitter’s boyfriend, his plans are halted when he crosses paths with an even more terrifying beast—two high school friends with some serious beef. Caught in a battle of loyalty that has been brewing for ten years of their friendship, the two girls, Kathleen Strife and Betsy Coleman, force the feud into a savage showdown, pitting the escaped monster against each other. Who will survive this epic death-match, and is it totally wrong to fall in love with the murderous lunatic who just tried to kill your ex-best friend with a machete?
Reviewed By: Kim
Kim’s Rating: 4 stars
I found this book on Instagram and was drawn to the cover. Once I read the description, I knew I wanted to read it. This book is pretty entertaining! Obviously it needs to be taken for what it is, a classic 80s horror tale filled with extremes. Unfortunately, my one criticism is one of those extremes. I really hated Kathleen. No wonder no one liked her at school, she was disgusting! But everyone else was pretty in line with those cheesy 80s horror movies and it worked really well. The story was interesting (though slightly too long), the characters were engaging and believable, and the writing style was easy. There was only one point where I thought that the book was dragging on, but that passed quickly and I liked the story arc. There were some twists that were unexpected to me and I liked them! The ending was awesome! David was the best part of the book. He simultaneously added humor and a seriousness that made the story richer.
Overall, this was an engaging and entertaining read that I would recommend to anyone who loves campy horror. Not good for teens due to a lot of language and adult themes. I’m very glad I read it!