Darker Days is the first book in the Darker Agency series by paranormal author Jus Accardo. It offers up a snarky teenage protagonist, possessed dogs, zombies and a side dish of romance that will leave you smiling. Three word review: funny, action-packed and uniquely original.
I am a huge fan of Stephen King and can remember the first time I read The Shining. I was in junior high at the end of sixth grade and had been devouring King’s books. The Shining both terrified me and enthralled me, so when I learned we would be revisiting the little boy Dan Torrance as a middle age man I was all sorts of excited. Doctor Sleep held me captive from the first page, and while it did not scare me like the first, I found myself again impressed with King’s ability to weave an incredible tale. Three word review: captivating, suspenseful and worthy of a reread.
This is my second year participating in the Something Wicked Hop, click on image to learn more about the hop and other events happening all month long. I adore all of the hosts and you will find interesting content on their blogs. To kick off Things That Go Bump in the Night and Something Wicked I am offering you a copy of Carniepunk in your choice of paperback or eBook formats from B&N, Amazon or Book Depository. Open internationally as long as one of these companies ships to you.
The Greywalker series by Kat Richardson is one of my favorite Urban Fantasy series. I love the kick-ass protagonist Harper Blaine, the Seattle setting and Richardson’s unique storytelling. Possession, the eighth book in this series, was one of my most highly anticipated releases this year and I am delighted to share it with you. Three word review: mystery, mediums and possession. Oh my!
Welcome to Coffee Pot Reviews! These are short and sweet reviews done in the length of time it takes my coffee pot to brew! Today I have two novellas from authors and series that I simply love. So grab a cup of cinnamon coffee or tea and some pound cake with chocolate glaze and enjoy!