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Sometimes we're at a loss as to what t read next, that's where you can help! We love suggestions and will definitely review the book if we choose to read it!

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12 comments:

Braine said...

Hello!

We don't know how to get in touch with you so this comment will be a little bit inappropriate for this page.

Anyway, we would like to invite you and your team to be one of our guest bloggers. The topic is "What is your most recommended/favorite urban fantasy/paranormal themed novel or series and why?"

We hope to hear from you soon! Thank you!

email: talksupe@rocketmail.com

M. E. Patterson said...

Would be glad to have you read and review my latest supernatural thriller, Devil's Hand. Available at Amazon: http://amzn.to/dhkindle

Quiltingreader said...

I read one of your Goodreads reviews (Dead is the new Black) and think I might have a book that you would like. For teens there is Cassandra Clare's City of Bones series which I liked, but the more adult series (but not crass or overly sexual) is the Parasol Protectorate series. I can't think of the author right now, but they were really funny with romance, vampires and werewolves. I also like Ilona Andrews' series Magic Bites. Hope these help!

Hey Lady! said...

@Quiltreader- Thanks for the recommendations! I have heard the Parasol Protectorate series was good, I read the first 3 1/2 of the Mortal Instruments and lost momentum. I might return to them someday.

Anonymous said...

I would like to suggest you read So Not A Cannibal which is the first book in the series The Five Past Lives of Kassandra Keel; written by Patricia Caissie

Mloring said...

You can read my debut novel, Dehumanized! Check it out here: http://www.amazon.com/Dehumanized-Michael-Loring/dp/0985848049/ref=tmm_pap_title_0 It's about werewolves ;)!

Anonymous said...

This book has gotten lots of great reviews! Check it out and see if you agree. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00C6QZGXW

Andrew Lamb said...

Dispatchers Vengeance of the Dark is a new supernatural thriller set in modern-day London.
This 4.5/5 star novel puts a dark new twist on Astral Projection, thus making a little bit different from your usual run of supernatural thrillers.

You can download it from Amazon using http://bookShow.me/B00BNJAW6E or take advantage of a $3 discount for the printed version from Createspace https://www.createspace.com/4196518 using code 8AM26PFN

Lou Rera said...

I have a book that your readers may love! It's a supernatural thriller titled: SIGN by Lou Rera. I am the author. I am giving 10 signed copies away to celebrate the Halloween season! It may be a great read for your readers!

The Goodreads Giveaway:

https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/111359-sign

Lou Rera
http://www.lrera.com

Anonymous said...

Hi!

I really REALLY recommend that you check out Demon's Prize. The author is Jennifer Maimone. Demon's Prize is a paranormal, horror fiction and it does a good job at bringing the occult back into things regarding werewolves, demons, witchcraft and whatnot. It's kinda scary, but also gives you one heck of a cliff hanger. Hope you check it out.

Anonymous said...

Can I recommend Martyrs by Alex Sands? It's the first in a series of dark fantasy novels for young adults. Alex is a young British author who suffers from autism and social anxiety, and is struggling to get his book noticed, so I know a review or just a mention here would mean so much to him. Here's a link to the book on Amazon, where you can read the first few chapters for free to get a feel for his writing style. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Martyrs-1-Martyrdom-Alex-Sands/dp/151214942X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1437495411&sr=8-1&keywords=alex+sands+martyrs

Fingers crossed!

Anonymous said...

The Hangman's Hitch by Donna Maria McCarthy on Britain's Next Best Seller. Really creepy read it on kindle now available through above site. Phenomenal