When faced with trauma, how would you react? Would you survive, succumb, or lose yourself to your own meaning of justice? Ann was only seventeen when she died. She tried to be a dutiful daughter, to pray, to repent. But it wasn’t enough. Her mother, Diane, didn’t mean to kill her but when she found Ann consorting with devils, she had no choice. She believed the angels—that in the end, the water would save them both. But every choice holds weight. One death, and Arthur is thrown back into the work he wanted to leave. One death, and Richard must face the reality of his choices. One death, and Maddie and Marie are confronted with the hardest parts of love. If only good intentions were enough to keep them from the carnage of their own decisions . .
Check out the cover for upcoming release, Ouijanaut by Phil Motel! Ouijanaut is a psychologically dark love story with themes of life, death and the afterlife, and may be unlike anything you’ve read before.
WOW! This cover just screams MOOD and I adore it! I am so happy to share this new release with you all! I can't wait to read it myself!
You ever have one of those days, when you're in a bad mood, and you say or do something to someone you would normally never do? Of course you have! We all have. But Mike is having more than a few bad days, and he lashes out a poor homeless woman! He feels so bad about it however, he seeks her out to apologize but unfortunately for Mike, it's far too late for that.
Theresa reviews "The Hunger" by Alma Katsu. A slow burn with stunning prose.
It's been ages since we've had a review from Theresa but she's back, fresh from her travels and has an amazing anthology for us. And Her Smile Will Untether the Universe by Gwendolyn Kiste is full of fantasy and dark thrills!