Paranormal & Fantasy Addicts


Paranormal & Fantasy Addicts

For anyone who loves the fantastical element in novels whether it's urban fantasy, fantasy, paranormal romance, or even horror.

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Bewitching Book Tours Halloween Sale

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Comment by E.A. Walsh on August 19, 2015 at 11:29am




Comment by BookGirlR on August 17, 2015 at 7:13pm
BookGirlR now offers Editing and Marketing Services for Authors, because every novel deserves good editing and marketing.

Comment by E.A. Walsh on August 16, 2015 at 4:58pm

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Ella, The Slayer

Comment by Sage's Blog Tours on August 15, 2015 at 3:45pm


Seeking Blog Tour Hosts & Book Reviewers for Paranormal/Suspense

hosted by Sage's Blog Tours

Picture The Wraith of Carter's Mill
By C. Evenfall
Genre: Paranormal/Suspense

Review copies available in
pdf & mobi, 429 pages

The Wraith of Carter’s Mill chronicles five generations of women from the turn of the century to present day. It depicts in startling detail the result of an old curse and the wraith that haunts the family. Sensitives, The Guardians and The Forgotten tell the tale while the fourth shocking segment, Carter’s Mill provides the back-story. It reveals the shameful truth behind a century of sorrow and the curse of revenge that plagues the Carter women.

Zeb, the Carter family patriarch, is a hard, callous man. He runs his thriving sawmill, farm and family with an iron fist. When he commits an incredible act of cruelty, he ignorantly brings a terrible curse down upon all his kin. Martha Thompsons’ prophecy proves true as the family falls into ruin, and the women pay the price.

Almost a century after Zeb’s death, a Carter daughter is born with notable yet uncanny gifts. It will be up to Shyanne to unearth a long buried family secret and set an old wrong back to rights. Will she find a way to lift the curse and banish the accursed wraith that haunts her? If she fails, she risks losing her own little girl to the dark entity forever.

A small North Carolina community, where everyone knows everyone sets the perfect stage for this suspenseful drama. Rich in history and southern culture, The Wraith of Carter’s Mill harkens back to a time when life was simpler, and superstition was part of everyday living.

Interested in joining this tour? Get all the details HERE


Comment by BookGirlR on August 15, 2015 at 3:04pm
BookGirlR doesn't usually read short stories. She enjoys her stories with a bit more meat on their bones. But she made an exception for 2 reasons: 1) Mermaids and 2) many of her favorite authors have stories here. Read the review at BookGirl's BookNook Blog

Comment by Cassamdra Stangle on August 12, 2015 at 2:44pm

I was delighted at the review i got recently, and that the one who wrote it demanded more. 

please read it yourselves. 


Comment by BookGirlR on August 11, 2015 at 7:02pm
BookGirlR thought The Buried Life by Carrie Patel was fascinating. Read the review at BookGirl's BookNook.

Comment by Fuentes on August 11, 2015 at 1:48pm

Menagerie by Rachel Vincent

Very good surprise!

The story is well written with blood, suspense, racism, question about differences, acceptance, love, the value of a life… A lot of very modern questions cleverly hidden into a great story.

Like the plot with the Ménagerie full of mythological or fantasy creatures… Really cool read!


Comment by BookGirlR on August 9, 2015 at 5:53pm
Want to read along and participate in discussions of the Novels of the Change by S. M. Stirling? Here's your chance!  For more information: BookGirlR's reread/ readalong

Comment by Fuentes on August 9, 2015 at 6:12am

The Three by Sarah Lotz

And very well written.



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