book review, fantasy, indie April, Kent Wayne

A Door into Evermoor by Kent Wayne

19 year old Jon Dough is desperate to find purpose in life and strains against society’s expectations that fill his future with a boring and unfulfilling life. After an unusual meeting at a military recruitment office, Jon begins to have visions of other worlds, until one day he takes the leap into Evermoor. As a… Continue reading A Door into Evermoor by Kent Wayne

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The Haunting of Trinity House by Travis Liebert

Something strange is happening at Trinity House, a former Catholic foster home for boys run by priests, and now a homeless shelter managed by nuns. Magnus Conrad has spent years searching for evidence of the paranormal in order to explain his parents deaths when he was a small boy. When an old acquaintance calls him… Continue reading The Haunting of Trinity House by Travis Liebert

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Cirque Berserk by Jessica Guess

A group of teenagers went on a killing rampage in 1989 at the Cirque Berserk carnival in Florida. Thirty years later, high school seniors journey to the abandoned carnival to see if the rumors of ghosts are true. It really is be careful what you wish for, because in this case, the ghosts are deadly.… Continue reading Cirque Berserk by Jessica Guess

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The One That Got Away edited by Jill Girardi

Thirty stories on the theme of The One That Got Away. As with all anthologies, some stories appealed to me more than others, but with so many to choose from, there really is a story for every taste. 1. Heavy Metal Coffin by Amira Krista Calvo. An interesting entry into the annuals of demonic music.… Continue reading The One That Got Away edited by Jill Girardi