Archive | February 2019

A review for Born Into Chaos

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REVIEW – The author’s vivid description and visceral storytelling relate a tale which takes place across the centuries through a blend of genres: paranormal, romance, fantasy, and myth. The reader feels Adamas’ anguish wrought by ostracization and isolation, unaccepted by either world he treads, and in desperate need of being loved.
Most endearing to me—the contents of chapter 20 and beyond, for its focus on a destined, though seemingly unlikely relationship between Adamas and Phoebe. The roller coaster ride beset with conflicts and overwhelming strife had me reading with apprehension over the story’s outcome. $2.93 or $0.00 KU


Women in Horror Month- I reviewed “Death Comes Calling: A Collection of Dark Tales” by F.B. Hogan

I think these four supernatural stories were really unnerving and unsettling. They author paid a lot of attention to every scene and detail as if she wanted to make sure her readers gained the maximum creepiness. Some parts made my imagination work overtime, causing me want to check my surroundings in case of one those creatures were close by, while other parts were just pure visceral. These parts made me want to take a break but I couldn’t, because the story was too captivating. I was completely immersed by each tale!

Bea Cullen reviewed- The Awakening: Prequel to Dowling House (Dark Terror Book 2)


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Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Author of Dark Fiction Lily Lamb

Thank you for including me!!

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It’s a dark, stormy day which perfectly sets the scene for our next author in Women in Horror Month. – Lily Lamb aka A Drew, writes chilling, dark fiction about possession and restless spirits.

Lily LambakaA. Drewis a Turkish Australian multi-genre indie author. She works as a nurse by day where she feeds her soul by caring for others. At night she tends to her imaginative alter-ego by writing tales involving love, passion, mystery, and horror.

Question 1.
Which horror genre do you written in ?

Supernatural horror where spirits good and evil roam around.

Question 2.
Why do you write horror? Tell us about your horror journey?

I love reading horror fiction and I grew up in a country which is heavy on superstition, telling
each other tales about the supernatural. When we encounter something supernatural i.e. a
ghost, we openly talk about it, rather…

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2/4 February #BRVL Blog Tour Author Spotlight – Lily Lamb

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An inspiring tale of love triumphing over evil. It has all the
hallmarks of a qualitative story including, mystery, reader engagement and a surprise
ending. It has strong threads of morality, wherein Greek mythology is
delicately intertwined with fantasy themes to demonstrate how mistreatment of a
person can have terrible consequences. The story highlights human fallibility
and yet at the same time, it oozes with compassion, creating empathy for those
who are perceived as bad or from the wrong side of the tracks, and showing that
fairness and love can rise above all that chaos.

Born Into Chaos By Lily Lamb


Many centuries ago, he was born into a chaotic world and was shunned by
Gods and Mortals. Shunned by the gods and the humans because of his lineage…

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Women In Horror Month- F.B Hogan, author of thought provoking gothic and contemporary horror

About F.B Hogan aka Fiona Cooke Hogan


Fiona Cooke Hogan is a writer and blogger living in rural Ireland. She is greedy and refuses to be tied to genre. The Lights Went Out and Other Stories is her first publication and is a collection of quirky fiction.
What Happened in Dingle is a romantic fiction novella set in wild, windswept Dingle, Kerry, it follows the shenanigans of Ruth who comes to Dingle for her wedding anniversary.
Fiona’s latest novel – Martha’s Cottage will be available to buy in February 2018, yes, it really will be. She realises she has been saying this for a long time but you see, she had to get it just right for her readers. Thankfully, she is happy with it now.
She also hopes to publish her work in progress – a psychological horror, in October,2018.

You can find her on twitter/@cookehogan and can find out all the information about her latest work and see her rambling musings on and

When not scribbling she can normally be found with her head in a book or binge-watching Game of Thrones or the Walking Dead. She is a Tolkien fanatic and is secretly in love with Jamie Fraser.

Fiona writes dark fiction under the name F.B Hogan.

An image posted by the author. The Lights Went Out and Other Stories Kindle Edition What Happened In Dingle Kindle EditionDeath Comes Calling: A Collection of Dark Tales Kindle EditionThe Nightmare Kindle Edition

Women In Horror: Joanne Van Leerdam is an author whose stories have a strong sense of righteousness and justice accentuated by gothic styles of writing.

About Joanne Van Leerdam


Joanne is a poet, blogger, writer, thinker, puzzler, teacher, traveller, photographer and generally nice person.
She drinks far too much coffee, but is highly dependent on the caffeine for successful navigation of that part of each day that occurs before lunchtime, so she’s not giving it up anytime soon.
Despite having lived all her life in Australia, she has, thus, far, avoided being killed or maimed by any of the deadly wildlife, which is probably a good thing. Furthermore, she does not surf, live at the beach, or have a pet kangaroo.
Other than Australia, Canada is her favourite place in the world. She’s proud to have been adopted as an honorary Canadian.
In addition to writing powerful, thought-provoking poetry, short-but-incredibly meaningful stories, and some creepy, macabre horror, she teaches senior high school English, History and Drama/Production. She is an active member and performer in her local theatre company.
Joanne’s poetry is contemporary, moody, sometimes sensual and always easy to read – and it will get you in the feelings. One reviewer put her on the “shelf of legends” with Ginsberg and Whitman, calling Nova “A beautiful ride through a beautiful mind”.
It’s high praise – why not read her work today and see if you agree?