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Tag Archives: Horror
Book Name: Harrowed (The Woodsview Murders #1) Book Genre: YA Horror Book release date: 09/22/15 by Horror Twins Press Harrowed on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25728924-harrowed Harrowed blurb: Journalism Rule #1: Always report the story. Never become the story. Avery Blair has … Continue reading
The air has grown crisp – October is here. With October comes autumn leaves, apple cider, and the siren call of The Dark Carnival. Will you answer its call? Will you heed the beckon? The doors are opening. Will you … Continue reading
Some of you might recall last October, when I was part of a short story series, The Dark Carnival. My story appeared alongside others from some very talented authors. That series has been turned into an anthology now, due out … Continue reading
I’ve got a treat for you guys today. My very good friend, Julie Hutchings, wrote a book, one you might remember me raving about before. That book was Running Home, a refreshingly different view of vampires. I love vampire books, … Continue reading
Right, I was supposed to be back here more often. I feel like I’ve fallen off some sort of blogging wagon, except not really. I’m not even sure if that’s a thing.