It can sometimes be difficult to find books that you are interested in without them being featured on a bestsellers list. One successful method is by finding new novels and authors by word of mouth or through networking. I was fortunate enough to come across T.L. Christianson series Shades of Red along with her other works for others unfamiliar with her work to check them out.
Are you looking for a new anthology of craftly, well-written short-stories, than check out And Nobody Lived Happily Ever After by Kate Farrell, a diverse anthology of her work, showcasing her skill as a writer, clearly influenced by grim, gritting storytelling featured in horror and in her other works. I found myself intrigued by the dark themes expressed in the different stories, flawlessly transitioning from one point of view to the next.
If you’re an author in the fantasy realm or a business owner of deliciously dark products or services, you already know the power of creativity. You create your thing, whether it’s a book, comic, sculpture, jewelry or art piece, because that’s what you love to do. Because that’s what you’re good at. Because that’s what you were born to do.
Being an avid anime fan, many anime viewers are familiar with the historical classics such as Sailor Moon, Gundam Wing, Full Metal Alchemist, Dragonball Z, and Pokemon. I decided to review Angels of Death to offer readers an anime that isn’t well-known. I wanted to suggest an anime that is both fantasy and paranormal.
What if everything you knew was based off nothing but lies? That the monsters you read about in faerytales existed in the real world? Even worse, what if you were one of the monsters born from legend? In The Medusa Files by C. I Black focuses on the journey of Morgan Jacobs and her discovery of her monster half. The first book in the series Written in Stone, shows her introduction into the paranormal realm.