book launch, book review, fantasy, horror, vampire

New Release: Under the Harvest Moon by Tracie Provost

New leader of the Aether coven - of one - Juliette doesn’t have long to recover from the coup that almost killed her. Vampires and their human lovers are dying in a strange murder suicide that isn’t what it seems, and the vampire contact at the New Orleans Police Department wants her help. A sudden… Continue reading New Release: Under the Harvest Moon by Tracie Provost

book launch, book review, fantasy, young adult

New Release: Night of Ash by Hayley Reese Chow

Set shortly after the second book in the series, Idriel’s Children, Night of Ash concerns Shadow Heir, Aza Thane, traveling to the city of Austerden to stop an ancient evil being unleashed. This is the exciting denouement to Idriel’s Children that I craved. Following on directly for that book, we see our four adventurers -… Continue reading New Release: Night of Ash by Hayley Reese Chow

book review, fantasy

Fairest to Fall by Ash Leigh

The final book in the Valiant series sees our brave heroines arrive at the palace and confront the evil king and queen. With Elaine held captive in the palace dungeons, the others must work together, using their unique gifts, in order to defeat the wicked monarchy and rescue their friends. I love this series. Reading… Continue reading Fairest to Fall by Ash Leigh

book review, horror

Hag by John Shupeck

17 year old Ray is still grieving the loss of his mother three years previously, drowning his emotions in beer, and plagued by sleep paralysis and nightmares. When the woman of his dreams offers him release, will Ray follow the Hag into darkness or fight to retain his sanity? This novella gives a great psychological… Continue reading Hag by John Shupeck

book review, Jason Sanford, science fiction

Blood Grains Speak Through Memory by Jason Sanford

After reading Plague Birds by Jason Sanford this time last year, I bought all his novellas and story collections available on Amazon. However, this weekend when I decided to read the Nebula finalist novella, Blood Grains Speak Through Memories, I had no idea that it was the first quarter of a mosaic novel whose final… Continue reading Blood Grains Speak Through Memory by Jason Sanford