Synopsis: HIS DEVIL is a supernatural horror story by Erik Lynd, author of the novels ASYLUM and THE COLLECTION. Sample chapters of these two novels are included in this ebook.
HIS DEVIL is about a boy whose family is shaken up the night his father mysteriously abandons him and his sisters. They make a life without a father and husband until the night he returns home with a creature after him. A creature far more evil than his father ever had been. The boy learns he must grow up quick if he is going to save his family.
This story, among others, is also collected in THE LONG FALL INTO MIDNIGHT VOL. 1
This eddition [sic] also includes the bonus story BEING IT. It is about Ian, a businessman on the fast track to a successful career and a rewarding social life. But all that changes when he gets caught in an unusual game of tag.
Overall I rated this bundle as 3/5.
Bookish things: 43 pages, the cover is just a collage of the four short story covers. Apt, but a little boring.
Where to buy: This collection is no longer available to buy.
My overall review:
Overall this bundle consists of four short shifter/biker stories. The pace of the stories was fast, the characterisation minimal for the most part, and the backstory almost non-existent.
I liked some of the stories, but others I really disliked. The feel of the bundle was rushed and unfinished, unlike Rebecca’s other polished series, this one leaves a bit to be desired.
Things I noticed:
12% – …at the very top of least (left) breast…
16% – …are you going to put it (in) my…
42% – His (He) adored her with his eyes.
I also reviewed each of the stories within the bundle. Continue reading
Read on December 24, 2016 — I own a copy , read count: 1
Synopsis: A lonely and bored housewife reflects on a change of fortune that could transform her life…
Bookish Things: 6 pages. One of a number of Tony’s books that don’t have a designed cover. This one would be a fun one to come up with a cover for.
Where to buy: Amazon on kindle for $0.74.
Everything I’ve ever wanted is a short story about a stay-at-home mum who locks away her secret life from the family and kids. But once she gets a letter, she can’t hide it any longer.
This would be an epic dream come true for most people who share the infliction the protagonist does.
I didn’t twig what the secret was until the mention of the purchased devices after her first attempt.
Great little tale Tony.
Read from December 12 to 19, 2016
Synopsis: Ten stories of spine-tingling suspense, edited by Rayne Hall:
1.OUT OF ORDER by Karen Heard
What do you do when the lights go out and the screaming starts?
2. OUR LADY OF THE TOADS by Deborah J. Ross writing as Deborah Wheeler
The large, ugly toad perched in front of the gate was truly worthy of being a witch’s familiar.
3. FAMILY HEIRLOOM by Pamela Turner
This weapon has a mind of its own.
4. RING OF STONES by Donna Johnson
Jake Barnes seeks revenge on the cursed creature living in the abandoned well.
5. DEATH COMES TO MAGGIE MCDANIEL by Grayson Bray Morris
A bully’s cruel hand grants Maggie’s dearest wish.
6. CREATURES OF THE NIGHT by William Meikle
What if intense fantasies create a different reality?
7. DRUID STONES by Rayne Hall
Modern druids enact an ancient ritual, and a woman watches in secret.
8. THE LOFT by Liv Rancourt
Three women from the church choir learn that evil is everywhere.
9. LIFE IN MINIATURE by Tracie McBride
Street kid Michael thinks it’s his lucky day when a do-gooder picks him up off the street.
10. YOU HAVE ONE MESSAGE by Jonathan Broughton
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Some of these stories have been previously published in other books, magazines or e-zines. Continue reading
Read from August 05 to December 08, 2016
Synopsis: When rookie private eye Nica takes on a mysterious case, she enters a world of multiple dimensions called Frames, where buildings and lawn chairs can be sentient, a stray cat has great powers, books can be killers, and clouds can be spies. At home, Nica tackles missing person cases, while in the larger reality of the Frames she is swept into an escalating battle with stakes that could not be higher.
Bookish Things: 313 pages. The cover is a bit amateur, but does sort of work well with the story in an abstract sort of way. This is the first book from the Frames series. The second book was published mid-December 2016.
Where to buy: Amazon on kindle for $3.93 or paperback for $11.50 Continue reading