Book, Horror, Young Adult/Teen

About a Book – Stone Cold by Karina Kantas

Introducing Karina Kantas WebsiteGoodreadsAmazon Where did the idea for the story come from? Stone Cold is very biographical. So many of the scenes actually happened.. Give a quote from the books, one that says little but speaks volumes.  How far would I have gone? Would I have been satisfied with drawing a little blood? Give… Continue reading About a Book – Stone Cold by Karina Kantas

Stories

A Soapy Shakedown by Tony McManus

I took this from a Facebook group where Tony had shared it. It’s well worth reading. Tony's Campfire Tales The long day had waned. The sun was down. The gear was packed. Tomorrow we would leave the wilderness peace for the city. The last campfire blazed.I filled two tin cups with good whisky and handed… Continue reading A Soapy Shakedown by Tony McManus

Book, Dystopian, Fantasy, Mystery

Mechanical Mike by Paul White

Karen’s Magic Reviews This book is just thirty one pages long. Perfect for when you’re looking for a quick read. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and when it finished, I wanted more! In my feature #Pictures Telling Stories, I like to choose images that I feel represent the story I’ve read. Set in WW2, it tells… Continue reading Mechanical Mike by Paul White

Book, Crime, Mystery

Scam by Stevie Turner

Karen’s Review This book was the winner of the Electric Eclectic Novella Competition. It is a hundred and twenty-one pages long and in Kindle Unlimited. ‘Just when you think you know the story, you don’t.’ This is an excellent short read about a woman who was scammed and all the consequences that brings. I liked… Continue reading Scam by Stevie Turner

Christmas Reads, Novella

A Different Kind of Christmas Story, Below Torrential Hill, a review

Karen’s Review A winner of the Electric Electra Books Novella Competition 2020, I had this on pre-order and hadn’t realised it was a Christmas story. It's a very deep, thought-provoking tale about 16-year-old Tristan and his family, and all set over the Christmas period. It takes you on an unusual journey with a comet blazing… Continue reading A Different Kind of Christmas Story, Below Torrential Hill, a review

Novella, Paranormal

Below Torrential Hill, a New Release by Jonathan Koven

Release Date: December 3rd, 2021 190 pages It’s Christmas, and strange occurrences are plaguing the small town of Torrential Hill: a supernatural comet, undead insects, exploding streetlights, and a presence luring people into the woods. But when the mother of Tristen—a wistful, fatherless sixteen-year-old boy—hears voices from the kitchen sink, all he can think of… Continue reading Below Torrential Hill, a New Release by Jonathan Koven

Crime, Thriller

About a Book – A New Summer’s Garden by Paul White

Introducing Paul White WebsiteGoodreadsAmazon Where did the idea for the story come from? This book came about from reading far too many crime stories, thrillers, and suspense dramas; or watching them at the cinema, and on late night television. A New Summer Garden is a compendium of all the great bits of those books, films,… Continue reading About a Book – A New Summer’s Garden by Paul White

Paranormal, Romance

Deep Waters by Paul White

Paranormal Romance 41 pages Life Love Emotions Heartbreak Deep Waters is a heart-wrenching story of one man's fight to come to terms with his wife's death.This touching and emotional tale allows privileged insight into Gary's mind as he stumbles onward through life and unveils an understanding of why he chose this island to execute his last… Continue reading Deep Waters by Paul White

Crime, Thriller

A New Summer’s Garden, by Paul White

Karen’s Review This is a great read that has a bit of everything, crime, murder, and humour. Something the Paul White is good at. In my pictures telling stories above, I try to find an image to match the story I’ve read. The first picture is Sam working in the garden of the house of… Continue reading A New Summer’s Garden, by Paul White