Darkeva’s Reviews This Week:
I reviewed Charla by Alexander Beresford; it’s a powerful and absorbing read that goes into how one woman’s hatred toward her daughter transforms her into a beast worse than the demon she conjures. Here’s the link to my review.
Darkeva’s Deal of the Week:
Dark Regions Press is having a 4th of July sale, 30% off all products, free sculptures, and paperbacks! Use coupon code JULY4TH during checkout. For more information, go here.
Darkeva’s Dark Fiction Picks of the Week:
KillerCon 4 special guest, horror director/writer Eric Red has released his first novel, entitled Don’t Stand So Close, which you can place an order for here. The reviews are already coming through, and JoBlo loved it, for one. If you’re a fan of his films, definitely pick this one up.
Darkeva’s Event Picks of the Week:
Eric Red just did a book signing on Sunday, July 1 at Dark Delicacies, but don’t fret if you missed that one, because he’s doing another signing at Mystery Ink in Huntington Beach, California for his novel, Don’t Stand So Close. The event is on July 7 at 1pm.
Darkeva’s Picks for Buzzed About Topics of the Week:
One of the novels I can’t wait to review, Bottled Abyss by Bram Stoker Award-winning scribe Benjamin Kane Ethridge, received a rave review from FEARNet, who said Ethridge has delivered
“…what is sure to be one of horror’s most talked about releases this year.” I’ve been looking forward to this book since I first heard about it–look for my review to go up in the next little while
Book Blogger Confessions is a meme hosted by Tiger from All Consuming Media and Karen from For What It’s Worth Reviews to discuss issues unique to book bloggers. This week, Midnyte Reader answered how she addresses blogging controversies and how she feels about ranty posts and twitter frenzies. Well worth the read! Check it out here.
So there you have it, readers! That’s a wrap for this week’s edition of Darkeva’s Dark Discoveries–I hope you enjoyed it!