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Teaser Tuesday ~ Nov. 6, 2018 ~ Ice Rift by Ben Hammott @BenHammott #RRSciFiMonth #TeaserTuesday

Welcome to Teaser Tuesday, a Meme, created by The Purple Booker, that wants you to add books to your TBR, or just share what you are currently reading. It is very easy to play along: – Grab your current read – Open to a random page – Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that… Continue reading Teaser Tuesday ~ Nov. 6, 2018 ~ Ice Rift by Ben Hammott @BenHammott #RRSciFiMonth #TeaserTuesday

Book Spotlight

*Book Spotlight – New Release* Soulless Creatures: Heart Scars by C. M. Blasco @SoullessBook #Free for a limited time!

Free for just a few days, new release by debut author, Soulless Creatures by C. M. Blasco. Is Lisa an innocent little girl, or a wicked monster? It's been 10 years since we last met, but she hasn’t aged in the slightest. She’s still the same girl I fell in love with when I was young, and who I've been trying to kill ever since. The only problem is: I can’t even lay a finger on her. She’s too strong for me, and claims that an even stronger vampire is the one really responsible for what she did. She needs my help to kill him, and I don’t know what to do...

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(REVIEW) Uncle Vernon by Jenny Twist @JennyTwist1 #HalloweenReading #BeatTheBacklist #DeweyDragons

Hello awesome readers. I'm so glad I was able to knock another backlist book off my TBR! I haven't been able to read many backlisted books because I've been so busy reading 2018 releases as a judge for the Indie Horror Book Awards but I saved this special book from my TBR just for today...… Continue reading (REVIEW) Uncle Vernon by Jenny Twist @JennyTwist1 #HalloweenReading #BeatTheBacklist #DeweyDragons

#ShortReadsSaturdays · Reviews

#ShortReadsSaturdays (REVIEW) Brother’s Last Call by Dennis Freeman #ihba @freeman_ac

Brother's Last Call Author: Dennis Freeman Category: Horror Short Story, Angels & Demons Suitable for: Adults My Rating: 3 Stars Format Read for Review: Kindle copy provided for judgement in the Indie Horror Book Awards. Pages: 48 This story takes us to a bar where an angel and a demon meet up and reminisce about 2… Continue reading #ShortReadsSaturdays (REVIEW) Brother’s Last Call by Dennis Freeman #ihba @freeman_ac

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(REVIEW) Land of Bones by Glenn Rolfe @GRolfeHorror – 14 Tales of the Strange and Macabre #ihba @freeman_ac

A fun horror anthology with a variety of monsters, some new and some a twist on the familiar. I devoured this read quickly and enjoyed every minute of it. Each story is like a dark little mystery that unveils itself in new and shocking ways. If you like short story anthologies and horror you can't pass this one up... Read on to see the full review...

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(REVIEW) Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter by C.A. Verstraete #ihba #ZombieHorror

Hello awesome readers. Let's kick off October with the first of many HORROR reads! The following review is... brutally honest. Overall it was an entertaining read with some room for improvement. If you are planning on reading this book stop reading this review at the old-timey photos to avoid a few lil spoilers. Lizzie Borden,… Continue reading (REVIEW) Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter by C.A. Verstraete #ihba #ZombieHorror

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(REVIEW) Monsters in the Clouds by Russell James @RRJames14 #ihba

Paleontologist Dr. Grant Coleman reluctantly agrees to venture into the Amazon rainforest as an expert for a mysterious company known as Transworld Union. They are looking for traces of modern day Apatosaurus after catching an image of one on film. After arriving in the Amazon they quickly realize they are in over their heads and that there are things hidden in this world that should never have been disturbed.

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(REVIEW) FAT CAMP by James Sabata @JamesSabata #ihba

Since 1985, over 500 overweight teenagers have come to Camp Wašíču, looking to lose weight, gain self-confidence, and turn their lives around. Phillip McCracken arrives, weighing in at almost 400 pounds; but the baggage he carries from the past affects him much more deeply than the numbers of the scale. When a homicidal maniac hell-bent on revenge attacks, Phillip will be forced to either find the courage to save the people around him or fall victim to his own self-doubt…

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(REVIEW) The Sea Was a Fair Master by Calvin Demmer @CalvinDemmer

This anthology features a big pile of super quick reads that I would recommend to anyone who likes short stories that are on the darker side. This book spans a huge variety of genres and feels and you will see everything from love to hate, and darkness to the light of hope. Overall I think this was a very creative collection that was quite entertaining, and I would recommend it and I would read more by the author.