Read from January 17-18th, 2017. Recommended for: dark paranormal erotica lovers
Synopsis: Fiona had resisted giving in to her nightly sexual fantasy of an amorphous shadowy lover. But not tonight. What she finds on the other side of waking changes everything. A dream is not always just a dream.
Touched by nightmare, Fiona discovers her own power, an insight into the sexual fantasy worlds of others.
Can she learn what it means and to control it before it controls her?
Will her monstrous paramour return and want more?
Can Fiona find a way to keep her sanity?
Maybe if she could only find someone who understood the dream realm, someone who could teach and protect her… Continue reading →
Synopsis: The first time Erica saw the black, low-slung sports car, she felt shock at its sensual pull deep within her soul — but when she began to succumb to its whispered promises, she didn’t suspect she might be losing more than her mind.
This 1500-word paranormal tale is a ‘short-short’ story from the “Monsters in the Machines” collection by Roh Morgon. An excerpt from her novel “Watcher: Book I of The Chosen” is included.
Bookish Things: 7 pages. This is a short story, but I quite like the cover. Very apt.
Synopsis: Fox Chase- a steampunk short story. There is no polite way to meet over a dead body. But for Kassandra Leyden, who speaks to the dead for a living, these can things happen. Her new acquaintance, Manfred Bremstrung, has one purpose in mind- protect the King’s nephew. Kassandra finds herself working side by side with Bremstrung to protect the young royal against deadly creatures with murderous intent. Sometimes the fox is not the only unfortunate to be hunted. Continue reading →
Synopsis:Ben thinks his son’s talk of the magical kingdom of Lukana is just typical childhood imagination. But one winter day, when seven year-old Eric sculpts a snow owl in his backyard, he seems to set in motion events that cannot be anything but magical. Now Ben faces the terrifying prospect of losing his only child to a wintry spirit… a spirit that just might be the boy’s true father.
Bookish Things: 11 pages. I love the cover, those eyes are so intense!
The Snow Owl is a fantasy/paranormal story that rambles and twists in its writing about a young family who experience a rather interesting event.
I wish there’d been more time to explore the events leading up to the climax, I feel there would have been a greater emotional attachment to the characters. As it stands, this reads well but lacks depth.