book review, E M Duffield-Fuller, fantasy

Prowler by E.M Duffield-Fuller

Picking up where Felgrim ended, Prowler continues to follow several different characters as they react to the events of the first book in the Darkwatch Trilogy. Rebel leader, Eaton Poole, is stuck with former royalty and a brutal assassin. Bissey has been captured after blowing up the curite store and finds herself imprisoned in the… Continue reading Prowler by E.M Duffield-Fuller

book tour, humor, nonfiction

Coffee and Thorn Book Tour: Milking the Cat by Theophanes Avery

About Milking The Cat Milking the Cat is a tongue-in-cheek collection of animal related tales as recounted by a pet owner, former breeder, and farmer in New England. Each story revolves around the funny and absurd winding the reader into increasingly ridiculous situations. From naked cats, to psychopathic cockatoos, to love sick horses, and misplaced… Continue reading Coffee and Thorn Book Tour: Milking the Cat by Theophanes Avery

horror, Rami Ungar, short story

The Dedication of the High Priestess by Rami Ungar

A young ballerina poses for an artist, but her newfound fame leads to unforeseen, and horrific, consequences. I was lucky enough to read this story before it was published, and I immediately fell in love with it. It’s filled with an atmosphere of almost unbearable creeping dread, even when describing beautiful pictures of ballerinas and… Continue reading The Dedication of the High Priestess by Rami Ungar

book review, fantasy, Mermaid, Nikki Haverstock

Mermaid to the Rescue by Nikki Haverstock

Could there be a serial killer loose in Purgatory Falls? Paranormals are losing their heads, and Brooke has been enlisted with Twyla and Esmeralda to discover who and what is killing them. With Twyla on the mend after her accident, will Brooke be in town long enough to help catch the killer? It seems unlikely… Continue reading Mermaid to the Rescue by Nikki Haverstock

book review, horror, Hunter Shea

Island of the Forbidden by Hunter Shea

Three years have passed since the events of the last Jessica Backman book, and Jessica has walked away from the paranormal investigations started by her father. Instead, she’s traveled the States doing charitable works and trying to distance herself from the dead. Psychic medium, Eddie Home, hasn’t fared so well. After the events of the… Continue reading Island of the Forbidden by Hunter Shea