Dank by Emery LeeAnn

 

Blurb – 

**A short horror story**
Dank has only known pain and darkness his whole life. When one strong dose of radiation awakens his inner clown, the onslaught is chaos.
Get ready for this new brand of horror. You may find yourself rooting for the killer or you may not. Either way, enjoy the ride.

Our Reviews –

Misti – 

This is a short story that as you read it you find yourself rooting for Dank. He could be the guy everyone thinks he is it maybe he’s the one no one knows who they are and sometimes those are truly the ones you watch for.

 

Insanity by Ed Bar

 

Blurb – 

Warning: This book contains graphic descriptions of violence and disturbing imagery, and may trigger past traumatic events. Read at your own risk.

What if insanity wasn’t a condition? What if it was a consciousness? An uncaring entity that can infect the hearts and minds of anyone at anytime?

Insanity is a horror anthology of 13 interlocking, bone-chilling tales of innocent lives being claimed in the name of the eternal sentience of insanity. It feeds on terror, and it hungers for you. This is one book you will be too terrified to put down. Will you be safe? Can you escape the Insanity?

 

Our Reviews – 

Misti – 

This is probably the most horror book I’ve read in a very long time. It is an anthology however as one story ends it flows into another and when your done you realize how they are all linked together. From the first turn of the page until the last line you read the author takes you on his journey of Insanity. As horrific as some of the events were that happened there was definitely snark in there to break it up. I’m not sure which story i enjoyed the most. I definitely recommend to anyone that enjoys slasher books and some off the wall antics I’ve never seen before.

 

The Lost Souls of Brunswick (VooDoo Lily Series) by Emery LeeAnn

Blurb – 

HELLO….
Welcome to Brunswick State Mental Hospital.
On today’s agenda is an array of insanity, some violent, some not but all ready for your inspection. Lead Psychologist, Alexis Dhavern is auditing and would love your opinion.
They say that “truth is often stranger than fiction.” I’ll let you make up your own minds on that one after you have visited the patients…. Enjoy your visit and I hope to see you again in the future, providing of course that you leave in the same manner you arrived at?
Dr. Dhavern will be watching….

 

Our Reviews – 

Betsy – 

The Lost Souls of Brunswick delves into the case files of various patients that have been sent to Brunswick State Mental Hospital. With each chapter, you are treated to a different patients’ story. At the beginning of each chapter you are horrified by the actions taken by each person however as their stories are laid out, you start to see why they did what they did. Each story had that moment when the character snapped and the aftermath of that. Believable characters and a fast-paced story made this a great read.

Misti –

DARK AND TWISTED!!!

My first book by this author and I wasn’t disappointed. It’s a collection of stories about different patients at Brunswick mental hospital. This book had sadness, horror, and blood and gore, however, it was the story of the patients and how they ended up there that make you wonder how those things could happen to them. You won’t be disappointed with this book once you start you can’t put it down.

 

13 Demons Way by SE Rise

Blurb – 

Don’t bother knocking because no one is home. Just turn the doorknob and enter. Please leave your Good Book, Rosary and Cross at the door. Take your coat off and feel free to hang it on the rack. Dirty shoes are allowed in here and never mind the dark stains on the carpet. Prepare yourself my new friend because Hell’s doors have opened and the Demons have come out to play. Welcome to 13 Demons Way.

 

Our Reviews – 

Betsy- 

13 Demons Way is a compilation of 13 stories that are centered around demons. The 13 short stories are a combination of stories from previously published works and others are newly written. None of the stories were exceptionally scary, some were creepier than others, like The Santa Exorcism. I loved the fact that within this one book I got exposure to some of his other stories that I will surely have to read. Each story is stand alone and you can read them at your leisure. However, once I started I wanted to read until I got through all 13 stories. A must read for short story lovers.

Misti-

Fantastic especially if you love short stories.

This is a great book to start with a complying of short stories from an author. Some of these were original made specifically for this book. Others were from other chapters in his other books. The thing I loved the most was knowing where I wanted to go next in his books. I also want to say I don’t think this was necessarily horror to me. Was is scary part, but not the blood gore that most think about it was more the thriller, suspense, psychological. You know the tingling down your spine and I would definitely recommend this book to anyone especially ones that loved paranormal.

 

 

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COVER REVEAL 
Title: Cop Tales, An Anthology for a cause
Genre: Romance/Suspense
Release Date: December 6, 2018
Hosted by:Buoni Amici Press, LLC.

Pre Order links:
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Blurb:

As authors we are always trying to find ways to give back. Anthologies are a great way to unite indie and traditionally published authors for a worthy cause. In this anthology you will get a combination of rom-com, new adult contemporary romance, and even a little suspense short stories with law enforcement heroes and heroines.

Cop Tales is a limited release anthology to raise funds for the Officer Down Memorial Page (ODMP). We back the blue and thank you from the bottom of our hearts for support in this cause.

NOTE (not included in book blurb): 100% of the online sale proceeds for six months (e-book and print) will be donated directly to the ODMP. If any reader wants to donate beyond purchasing the anthology, please visit www.odmp.org. Your donation is tax deductible in the US. I don’t know about internationally.

Psycho Circus: A Collection of Horror by T.S. Woolard

 

Blurb – 

The Southern Tale Spinner bursts from the North Carolina pines with his third straight victory, Psycho Circus! This collection has the tall task of living up to Woolard’s last two books, and it does not disappoint as it punches out vicious themes of love and death.

Woolard performs his hallmark feats, showing off high-risk maneuvers with bold grisly delight as he catapults the terror to new heights in ten standout stories. Six beautifully brutal poems slice between the tales. Hardcore highlights capture the essence of the cult phenomenon that is the Southern Tale Spinner. The collection too quickly climaxes with the cruelest, the show stealer, the novelette, Heaven’s Healer from Hell.

All the drama, gore, and blood that a transgressive horror fan desires. Emotionally charged, innovative, revolting. Will cut fresh wounds and salt lingering injuries from Woolard’s earlier works. Lives up to every ounce of hype. Another spectacular collection hardwired to make you feel alive.

–Dona Fox, multi-award winning author of Darker Tales from the Den.

 

Our Reviews – 

Betsy – 

Psycho Circus is not a book that I would normally choose however I recently joined a book club and this was our first read. I was pleasantly surprised by what I found between the pages of this book. The short stories and poems truly blew me away. Almost each of the stories in this book made me think of either the lesson that was hidden in the words or how I would have reacted to the events that played out. I think I thought more about the words written in this book than I do for some books I’ve read that contains one single story. An amazing read by an author that I can’t wait to read more from.

Misti-

This is not my normal genre however I’m pleased to have read this. I was surprised first off at the short stories by how much I enjoyed them. I’m usually the one getting lost into the story but here the way the words seemed to fall effortlessly onto the page makes you wonder how much harder it is for the author. I saw him being referred to as the Southern Tale Spinner and I have to agree that he didn’t disappoint at anytime. I can’t wait to read more from him.