Just a quick post to tell everyone the latest news and to add a few book recommendations for the Holiday season. My two new books, Shadows of Poetry and Passing Fancies, are now available.
Shadows of Poetry:Wanted: Readers of the grim, the sorrowful, and unhappy endings.Poetry written for the blackness in your soul.Wrenching, dismal, bleak verse for those who want to walk on the dark side.No sappy, cheerful love poems allowed.
Passing Fancies: From tiny tales to gripping stories, come frolic in the land of unexpected short fiction.Take delight in the saga of werewolves, vengeful gods, and virtual reality. Thrill to accounts of murder most strange, quiver as mummies, ghosts, and demons walk.See the end of the world and the beginning of space. Stroll the pages of imagination.
And that ends the shameless promotion part of our program. On to the book recommendations!
As some of you may know I review books on my blog from time to time, so I'm sharing some of my finds this month around the World Wide Web.
The Sam Harper Series:
-Silenced Cry by Marta Stephens
-The Devil Can Wait by Marta Stephens
These two books are are excellent police procedures.
-Avenging Angel: A Shannon Wallace Mystery by Kim Smith
I'm still reading this one, but it has been a delight so far. The author has a second book in this series coming out soon and has written two other books that have gotten rave reviews.
-Haunted Marietta by Rhetta Akamatsu
A non-fiction history book, that mixes in tales of ghosts. From my review- "This book is one part history lesson, one part ghost story and one part paranormal primer, stirred into a delightfully entertaining read."
Here are two from my want-to-read list:-Thunder and Blood by Stacey Voss
Sisters, vampires and portals to another world.
-Angel Of Death: Book One of the Chosen by Karen Dales
"The Vampires of London are being murdered and only the Angel of Death can save them."
-The Kirin Trilogy by James Priest
I reviewed the first two books in this series; very charming.
-Goneaway: Book I Into the Land by Jeffery B. Allen.
An excellent book for young, and old, adults.