Since September (Release Date: April 2013)
For Sheridan St. John, things just haven’t been the same since September.
It’s early autumn when wall-flower Sheridan and her best friend, Cyndi, move to the city to begin their lives as young adults. On their own for the first time – and away from the harsh criticisms of Sheridan’s mom – the girls are enjoying their new independence. But after a wild night of partying, Sheridan’s grip on reality starts to weaken. When a gruesome tragedy then strikes her family, she’s convinced it’s all an epic nightmare… one from which she must somehow awaken if she is to survive.
Add to Goodreads
Psychological horror is so much scarier than gore and monsters, and that is just what this novella is, a gripping, psychological nightmare. Short but holds no punches!
If you are looking for a quick but toe-curling read, then look no further than Noelle MacLeod’s, Since September. It’s well-written, suspenseful, and ultimately delivers a horrifying twist of an ending.
My only critism would be, is that it felt too short. Perhaps, the author will develop this story into a full-length novel one day. I know many readers would really enjoy it!