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text 2014-09-05 15:35
Confessions of a Dying World - A New Novella Serial

Have you pre-ordered episode #1 of this new novella serial yet?

 

It will be released on October 11, 2014! 

 

I am very much looking forward to this release! If you enjoy interesting characters amidst a zombie apocalypse, then you need to read not only this one, but Peggy's other books as well!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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text 2014-08-28 20:52
Fading Hope Released!

 

Fading Hope, an anthology of horror shorts was released today!

 

Grab a copy for only $.99!

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review 2014-08-28 17:04
Dead Trees by Eli Constant
Dead Trees - Eli Constant

In this dystopian sci-fi novel, we meet Elise, a mom with two young girls trying to survive an invasion of subterranean humanoids. After a harrowing rescue at the safe zone, Elise is drafted to use her scientific knowledge to reclaim humanity.

I love the creativity behind the undergrounders' entire existence, from their creepy physical appearance to their cannibalism. This is one of those novels that stands out from others in its genre.

You know how we say kids will grow out of their fear of the dark? Well, thanks to Eli Constant, I'm reversing in that department, afraid that the beasties are going to claw their way into my nightmares when I turn the light out at night.

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review 2014-08-28 16:55
A Pale Horse by Adam Wolf
A PALE HORSE - Adam Wolf

This apocalyptic tale, the first book in a series, has potential. Which is why I was disappointed with the details of the bowel movement starting on the first page. If those unnecessary details were left out, and the reader could focus more on the creepy scene in the rest stop restroom, the scare factor would have been higher.

Had I not been consciously trying to block out the image of Eugene and his bowel movement, I could have appreciated was probably the most tense scene of the entire book.

The descriptions, including the stench of death, were powerful. I always appreciate writers using the sense of smell to pull a reader further into a scene. The book was well paced, and I found myself on the edge of my seat, waiting to see what Eugene would do when he encounters this mysterious item. The characters were three dimensional, and even in this short introduction to this series, I already felt invested in their lives. And, of course, their fates.

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review 2014-08-28 05:00
Fading Hope (Anthology)
Fading Hope - Jack Wallen,Rebecca Besser,Eli Constant,Morgan Garcia,Thea Gregory,Claire C. Riley,Armand Rosamilia
I never realized how much I craved a happy ending - or at least a semi-happy ending - in stories until I read Fading Hope. The bleak outlooks and dire situations, where there is no correct path, no right choice to be made, made me realize that I'm satisfied with my mundane life with its potentially happy ending.
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