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Postscript by Barbara Avon

Two lost souls find each other in this romance with a difference. Jameson Brooks is aggressive and angry, spending his days working hard for a furniture removal company, and his nights drinking and hooking up with women he despises. Angry at the world for the hardships in his life, James doesn’t take it well when… Continue reading Postscript by Barbara Avon

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Author Interview Tracie Provost

Tracie Provost is a joy to interview. Warm, charming and full of interesting stories about horror and history, I could have talked with her all day. This is a woman who has managed to bring her love of horror into her work as an historian; teaching classes on dark folklore and publishing papers about witches,… Continue reading Author Interview Tracie Provost

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Whispers in the Dark by Laurel Hightower

The Whispers are hungry, surrounding you, but you can’t make out what they’re saying. Do you let them in? Scarred both physically and emotionally by her abusive childhood, Rose is now a valued member of the Memphis S.W.A.T team, mother to two children and surrounded by men who love her. When a fatal hostage situation… Continue reading Whispers in the Dark by Laurel Hightower

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Forest Underground by Lydian Faust

A doctor hoping to make her name, and a patient who might not be human. Let’s journey together to the Forest Underground. After an apparent suicide attempt, Luna (that’s the third Luna this month, following Nameless and To Be Devoured) is admitted to Dr Sizemore’s experimental treatment facility. Kept isolated from the other patients, and… Continue reading Forest Underground by Lydian Faust

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The Cat in the Wall by Heather Nanni

A collection of dark and twisted tales of women in strange situations. The Cat in the Wall starts off this collection of six very short stories; a flash piece about a woman whose mother starts hallucinating. Next comes Hive, broaching the subject of infidelity. After that comes The White Rabbit, and one woman’s symbol of… Continue reading The Cat in the Wall by Heather Nanni