Review: Blood Traitors by Stella Dorthwany

I've been looking forward to this book. I loved the first and if you want to check out the other review click here. Blood Traitors starts off perfectly. A little tradition and science with enough to settle us right back into the world. I love Cora, older than your usual teenage hero she is much more relate-able to me. Especially since she is smart and pragmatic. This is beautifully balanced against her insecurities. Thankfully she doesn't descend into a whiny character as her pragmatism always seems to win out. The cousin, Faryn, is awesome and a great foil against her mature cousin. I'm starting to like Cora's husband. Besides Cora he is my favourite character. Cora's husband is the emotion

Interview with Dean M. Drinkel

Hi – great to meet you all. My name is Dean M. Drinkel. I am (mainly!) a horror writer, who currently divides his time between England and France. I say mainly because of late I have started writing in the genre of my second passion: history – but I’m sure more of that later. Tell us about your latest novel or project: I have just had published by The Lycopolis Press INTO THE NIGHT ETERNAL: TALES OF FRENCH FOLK HORROR. I compiled and edited the book – there are four novellas by Romain Collier, Jan Edwards, Phil Sloman and myself. It is now out on kindle and the paperback is quickly following behind. What got you started writing? Okay, not to freak you out or anything but it was all because o

My Favourite Perma Free Books

I have found some of my favourite authors by picking up a random free book. I thought I would make a list of all the permanent free books, novellas, and samples that made me a life time fan of their works. Cindy Spencer Pape Brighton, 1855 As a member of the Order of the Round Table, Kendall Lake is overqualified to be investigating strange phenomena at a seaside photography studio. But since the photographer is related to the Order's most powerful sorcerer, Kendall reluctantly boards a dirigible to Brighton. Amy Deland is haunted by a shadow that appears in some of her recent portraits. In each case, the subject died within days of the sitting. Does she have her grandmother's gift of fo

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