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“A Court of Mist and Fury” A Court of Thorns and Roses Book 2 by Sarah J. Maas Get Your Copy: A Court of Mist and Fury (A Court of Thorns and Roses) Nikki’s Rating: 9 out of 10 The Top 9 Best Things about Sarah J. Maas’ “A Court of Mist and Fury” (MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS) 1. […]

via 9 Wonderful Things about Sarah J. Maas’ “A Court of Mist and Fury” — Nikki Page Paintings

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Release Date: October 23, 2018 Publisher: HarperTeen Series: Standalone Synopsis: Five years ago, Evelyn and Philippa Hapwell cowered from air strikes in a London bomb shelter. But that night took a turn when the sisters were transported to another realm called the Woodlands. In a forest kingdom populated by creatures out of myth and legend, […]

via Waiting on Wednesday: The Light Between Worlds by Laura E. Weymouth — Books of Teacups

Spoiling her day was not nice. Oh, not nice at all. They say Luck doesn’t exist neither was coincidence except it still happens to people who are unaware of what may happen in their special day. After all that’s what people say. The future is a mysterious one. Oh, she could relate to that. It […]

via (I) A WOMAN ON THE LOOSE — Mysterious Land

What do you get when you take CS Lewis’s ‘That Hideous Strength’ and cross it with… well… me? You get Shadowlands. Where quasi-human janissaries serve those dithering-fallen angels who could not make up their damned minds. What happens if one of your overpowered agents wakes up… and turns on you? Again, this is all here […]

via Retro 4/4 — machciv

This is another short story anthology, Twisted Tales by C. A. Hewitson. All these stories, the ones here and those in the first anthology, are available free from Amazon. Not Kindle Unlimited (KU) but free. Excellent writing by this author of stories with unique, subtle twisty endings should assure a readership that follows her into […]

via Short Twisted Tales 2 — Read 4 Fun

I cannot tonight finish this poem: Now breaking through the misty sea with scores of seagulls merrily as like when kings their servants send to cry his proach to any friend, or to his foe, should one be near, the cry’s to all, the cry is clear, the seagulls cry the coming of the dreaded […]

via Unfinished: The Ship Beelzebub — Tale Told

A mixture of Absinthe and Laudanum now was my only saviour, releasing me from pain all but completely. The cold was running havoc upon my old injuries, and I was beginning to wonder if some wretched fever was folding me within its unwelcome wings. ♠ My days in Fremantle Public Hospital were seemingly […]

via The insight of fear — therebemonstershere.com

It GNASHES! IT GNAWS! Hiding in the darkness It waits with GREAT, SHARP CLAWS! Stalking you, Teasing you, Maybe playing games… It likes to have fun As it hunts its prey! Staring from the darkness Eyes pure white Anger upon it’s face Though you won’t see it Till it’s too late… It lurks in your […]

via Entry 355: The Shadow — sinisterdarksoul

The Ladies of Horror Picture-Prompt Writing Challenge! Flaming by Angela Yuriko Smith Last Sunday, she caught him wearing a dress. It hadn’t seemed wrong at the time. He had been balancing the budgets at the kitchen table. She had just come home from a sticky day in church. As she walked through the living room, […]

via Ladies of Horror Flash Project – #Horror #author Angela Yuriko Smith @AngelaYSmith @Sotet_Angyal #LoH — Spreading the Writer’s Word

I created a book diary/log book at the start of the year to keep track of what I wanted to do on my blog, on booktube, and books that were coming out. It was lovely to go through and write in all these wonderful sounding books on their release date, as something to look forward […]

via My Wish List (so far this year) — Books At The Wyrmberg

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via To Death, by Sina Hayati — Aethereal Engineer

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Title: The Horse and His Boy Author: C.S. Lewis Series: The Chronicles of Narnia, 3/7 Genre: Adventure, Allegorical, Classics, Fantasy, Middle Grade, YA Publisher: Harper Collins Release Date: September 6th, 1954 Note: This post reviews the third book of The Chronicles of Narnia series. You may like to read the first two books in the series, The Magician’s Nephew […]

via The Horse and His Boy — Reads and Roses

Title: Peace Breeds Forgetfulness Author: G. E. Becker Publisher: Olympia Publishers Pages: 110 ISBN: 978-1848977631 Source: Publisher Peace Breeds Forgetfulness is about a group of herbivores and their lives that are lived in a constant danger of the predators. Central to the book is the safe dream world of Weshallsee kingdom. The book is about […]

via Book Review: Peace Breeds Forgetfulness — Books N Myself

BOOK DESCRIPTION When her devout parents were killed, Cheryl abandoned her destiny as a priestess. Despite the unusual decrees of the new priest, an evil threat preys on the town. Tragic murders have become more frequent when a few traveling warriors stop here for the night. Will they help Cheryl’s village or destroy it? She […]

via Blog Chaste: : Grasp of the Fevered Father (Perilisc) by Jesse Teller @JesseTeller #ATaleFromPerilisc #Fantasy — BOOKS FROM DUSK TILL DAWN

Lost Films is a sprawling tome featuring a treasure trove of stories based around…..yep, you guessed it, Lost Films! And here at Grim Reader HQ, we do love a themed anthology. Anthologies such as this I find are often enjoyed in bursts; a story or two at night, perhaps another squeezed in during a […]

via Book review: Lost Films – Anthology — Grim Reader Reviews

I’m delighted to welcome you to my stop on the blog tour for Cuttin’ Heads by D. A. Watson, with a review and giveaway. Aldo Evans, Ross McArthur and Luce Figura, otherwise known as Public Alibi, are a rock trio gigging in their spare time. They’re good and over the past year they’ve been getting […]

via Cuttin’ Heads by D.A. Watson #BookReview & #Giveaway ~ Supernatural Horror @davewatsonbooks @rararesources #TuesdayBookBlog — Between the Lines ~ Books’n’Stuff

There she sits just out of sight Listening to the prayers of the living A woman quite beautiful A soul quite horrific She listens to the wishes of others Collecting them… If your wish she happens to take She will grant your wish For one year… You’ll be happy in life as things come true […]

via Entry 354: The Wish Collector — sinisterdarksoul

Warning: These are addictive.

via Six-Word Story Challenge – “Dinosaur” — J. I. Rogers

“Like all walls it was ambiguous, two-faced. What was inside it and what was outside it depended upon which side of it you were on.” “She did not reassure him. She did not tell him he was like everyone else. She said, “I’ll never know anyone like you again, Shev.” All the same, a rejection […]

via Selections from Ursula K. Le Guin’s “The Dispossessed” — Serum

From the public records of the town of Shadow River. Public Hearing Regarding the Juniper Festival Incident Township of Shadow River Date: May 15, 2018 Mayor Rodney Blueburn presiding Mayor Blueburn: Thank you to those in attendance. We call to testimony Tina Rhymes, chair of the tourism board. Rhymes: Good morning, council representatives. Blueburn: […]

via From the Town Records of Shadow River — Shawn Writes Stuff

Written for Microcosms, my prompts for the week were “ordinary person”, “airplane” and “sci-fi/fantasy”. A Taste of Peace It was as close to the aliens that I had ever been and I sighed inwardly as I saw that my window seat with the extra legroom was next to a couple of Greens. I stowed my […]

via Flash Fiction: A Taste of Peace — Hersenskim