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    Dark Alpha’s Night

    Who can she trust!! After reading Dark Alpha’s Awakening book 7th in the Reaper series, written by Donna Grant. I said I was going back to read the others in this series. What a shocker that I already had the 5th book Dark Alpha’s Night already on my Kindle. Dark Alpha’s Night is the story about Daire and Ettie. Daire is a Reaper on a mission to find the descendants of Bran hopefully to put an end to the war. When he finally came across Ettie and her two sisters. He also sees that Bran has found them too. Ettie O’Bryn was combatant trained to “Be Ready!” for what she…

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    The Prospero Chronicles – Book Tour and Giveaway

     Title: Splinters Series: The Prospero Chronicles Book 1 Author:  Fiona J.R. Titchenell & Matt Carter Genre: YA Horror, SciFi   Under normal circumstances, Ben and Mina would never have had reason to speak to each other. He’s an easy-going people person with a healthy skepticism about the paranormal; she’s a dangerously obsessive monster-hunter with a crippling fear of betrayal. But the small Northern California town of Prospero, with its rich history of cryptid sightings, miracles, and mysterious disappearances, has no normal circumstances to offer. When Ben’s missing childhood friend, Haley Perkins, stumbles out of Prospero’s surrounding woods and right into her own funeral, Ben and Mina are forced to work…

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    Thirteen Nocturnes – Book Tour and Giveaway

    Title: Thirteen Nocturnes Author:  Oliver Sheppard Genre: Gothic, Dark Poetry   Combining lush Gothic lyricism with postmodern experimentation, Oliver Sheppard’s second collection of verse, Thirteen Nocturnes, presents a nightmare vision of a world in the grip of apocalypse and shadow–a world where “a nighttime of years never-ending” becomes “a darkness severe and unbending,” and where life is relentlessly “gathered up against the towering shadow of decay.” Taking cues from the dark Romanticism of Poe, the decadent Symbolism of Baudelaire, and the apocalyptic tradition of William Blake–as well as the existential doominess of 20th century cosmic horror–Oliver Sheppard’s Thirteen Nocturnes presents a verse vision of collapse, announcing a cold poetics of…

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