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“Hello”, said picking up the phone. “Where are you?” said an irritated low pitched voice almost hurting my ears. “I’m almost there, Darling”, I said in the most romantic tone I can muster after eight years of marriage. “Don’t you dare Darling me, you should have been here by now”. If you have been married, […]

via A Late Night Ride — Stories For All

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via A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas — contemplateandintimate

Title: Hollow City Author: Ransom Riggs Date of Publication: February 24th, 2015 Goodreads Summary: This second novel begins in 1940, immediately after the first book ended. Having escaped Miss Peregrine’s island by the skin of their teeth, Jacob and his new friends must journey to London, the peculiar capital of the world. Along the way, they encounter […]

via Review: Hollow City — Literary Dust

The most interesting part about this story was the beginning. It was where it really intrigued me. And I thought that this was horror. But I feel it is learning more to science fiction. Afterwards, it didn’t really go anywhere once the main character left the room and even worse when Issac was introduced. The […]

via Flash A Death — Dreamingmtthoughts

Hello Readers, I have some exciting news for you, I have recently finished reviewing my editor’s comments on a new short horror story I’ve written. I have amended the story based on the edits and I am very pleased with the final polish of this piece. I think it has buffed off the tarnishes and made […]

via A Quick Update for Horror Fans — Allan Walsh – Author

Title: Blood Moon from the Moonlight Magic anthology Author: Livia Quinn Genre: Paranormal Romance Book Blurb: There’s a new supe in Destiny. She sauntered into the Moat of Morpheus — a redheaded violet-eyed warrior carrying a giant head-splitter of a sword and wielding it with magic. Her name was Cinder. River felt an […]

via Blood Moon by @LiviaQuinn is Intense, Full of Action and a Must-Read! #PNR #IARTG #bookreview — POTL: All Things Books, Reading and Publishing

Series: House Blackwood Author: Sharon Lipman Genre: Paranormal Romance Stranger to Blackwood Book Two Would you doom yourself to darkness if it meant saving the one you love? Ryver is the only telepath in living memory. Whether he wants to or not, he can hear the thoughts of everyone around him–their desires, their […]

via Stranger to Blackwood by Sharon Lipman — Rainne’s Ramblings

Well, isn’t this just the year of Stephen King adaptations? Unfortunately, not all of them can be a hit. This science fantasy western from director Nikolaj Arcel was released worldwide on August 4th, 2017, earning back less than half of its $60 million budget. The film was in development hell for many years, with directors […]

via “The Dark Tower” Movie Review — Geek’s Landing

Each week in my Book Spotlight piece I will be bringing you an upcoming release. These books are ones I am excited about whether they are from a new or an established author. This week I have one of the most highly anticipated upcoming YA fantasy novels!

via Book Spotlight – Reign of the Fallen (Reign of the Fallen #1) by Sarah Glenn Marsh —

DC Comics released a new image on their official Twitter, promoting Dark Knights Batman who laughs: Dark Nights Metal. This comic looks terrifying yet comical. Published by DC Comics, cover illustrated by Jason Fabok, letters arranged by Tom Napolitano, coloured by Ivan Plascenia, art by Riley Rossmo and the story campaign construed by James Tynion […]

via Check out the awesome Batman comic the Batman who laughs number 1 | Preview — Scorpzgca.com | Previews, Reviews & Digital Entertainment News.

Leigh Bardugo has done it again. Seriously, is there anything this woman cannot do? With her beautiful writing and her knack for creating lovable characters and enchanting worlds, it is hard not to become addicted to her work.

via Review: The Language of Thorns — Brylie and Books

Witch’s Promise part twenty four to start at the beginning click here…. “Okay, there’s a lot more to tell, an awful lot. But not here, okay?” “Why? Are you worried someone will overhear us?” “No, it’s not that. It’s Jeremiah, his influence.” “You mean the way I suddenly started feeling fantastic, as soon as […]

via Influence — When The Whippoorwills Sing

We’ve all done it. Especially when we were kids. We thought about how cool it would be to visit the worlds we read about. Imagine meeting the characters and visiting all the amazing and fantastical locations! I somehow seem to have carried this through to adulthood. My mind is often wandering through the worlds I […]

via Worlds to Visit — Navigating Worlds

Much has been written in the press and by longtime fans of Clive Barker about The Scarlet Gospels. Not all of it has been good, either. In fact, this novel has been met mostly with cries of disappointment and sometimes even anger. I have never read anything by Barker before so I went into […]

via Book review: The Scarlet Gospels – Clive Barker — Grim Reader Reviews

The next book in the Dragons of Incendium series will be Wyvern’s Angel and the pre-order is live at iBooks, Kobo, and Nook. Bond is a secret spy for the Gloria Furore space pirates, a former member of Princess Anguissa’s crew, and a fallen angel with a taste for forbidden pleasures. He can’t resist the […]

via Wyvern’s Angel Cover Reveal — Deborah Cooke & Her Books

Envision By J.Lynne Moore Through the sparkling darkness, Screaming whispers Full of empty knowledge Sound the silent bells And freeze the flames of water. Dumb mouths speak of motionless winds, Transporting blind seers Beyond the frigid embers Of the somber day-star, Allowing deaf ears to heed great inflections. Permeating from the ignorant seers, Profound phrases […]

via Envision — Cashmere Illusions

At eighteen, Meadow Noone has endured more horror than most people witness in a lifetime. After escaping her captor’s cellar, she realizes that this was not the end of her problems; it was the beginning. Rescued from the lifeless tundra, she is arrested for a crime she didn’t commit. Feigning amnesia, she is determined to […]

via Forgotten Violets| Martin Niewood — Bookish Owlette

Wonder Woman Warbinger Author: Leigh Bardugo Publisher: Random House Children’s Books Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy Blurb (as on Goodreads): Daughter of immortals. Princess Diana longs to prove herself to her legendary warrior sisters. But when the opportunity finally comes, she throws away her chance at glory and breaks Amazon law—risking exile—to save a mortal. Diana […]

via Book Review: Wonder Woman: Warbinger by Leigh Bardugo (DC Icons #1) — Ecstatic yet Chaotic

I have a new favorite author. Oddly enough, he’s the son of my former favorite author. Joe Hill, son of Stephen King, has surpassed his father in the brilliant writer department. Make no mistake, Hill’s genre is also horror/thriller/suspense. He attacks his stories with fresh eyes and contemporary views, drawing on the present-day world […]

via Strange Weather: Four Short Novels By: Joe Hill — Between the Beats