by Michelle Areaux
Release Date: March 4th 2020
Audrey is supposed to be attending the exclusive performing arts academy she has dreamed of attending her entire life. However, one wrong click landed her at the exclusive House of Shadows a… vampire academy.
Once Audrey discovers the truth of where she is, it is too late to leave without an entire coven of vampires realizing she is human and their next meal. Forced to remain at the academy, Audrey finds herself fitting in a world unlike any she had ever imagined. As she settles into her new role, a dark secret emerges and Audrey is now in danger…again.
Only, one boy can save Audrey from a dark secret lurking within the House of Shadows. But, will his desire to save her withstand the hunger he feels for her? Discover this exciting new academy series today!
Fans of the House of Night and Twilight will adore this new series.
“Come on, just tell her,”
Donovan shouts, and his voice causes me to jump and gasp. I wish I could run
away and hide, but I have no clue where I would go.
“Tell me what?” I cried
out. I don’t know how much more I can handle.
Eden looks at me with a
softness in her eyes that keeps me from screaming and jumping through the
window in front of me. “Audrey, you are at the House of Shadows. This is a
prestigious Vampire Academy school. We train Vampires to assimilate into the
real world while also getting the best education possible,” Eden says
All at once, everything
that I had just heard and experienced hit me like a flash of lightning. To make
sure I understood exactly what she was saying, Eden smiled, allowing her white,
shiny fangs to protrude from her gums. As I gasped, her eyes turned from a
hunter green to a golden yellow. I felt my legs crumble beneath me as
darkness swirled in my vision. I felt like thick, heavy tentacles were pulling
me down into a black abyss and there was nothing I could do to stop it.
Oh no, I was passing out
with two Vampires in front of me.
About the Author
Michelle Areaux is a wife, mother, and seventh grade Language Arts teacher.
She earned her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Kentucky and a Master’s degree in Literacy from Asbury University.
Title: Songs of Sparrow’s Day Author: J.R. Snyder Pub Date: January 30, 2020 Pages: 33 Amazon|Goodreads
A botched sin eater job leaves Asher Norwood’s partner—and only friend—clinging to life after she contracts a deadly infection. His only hope for a cure lies with the world famous naturalist, Dr. Theophilus Rowley Terrowin III, who lives in a far-flung corner of the treacherous Winterwind Mountains.
Stopping at nothing to save his partner, Asher risks it all to bring her to the doctor, only to find that the esteemed Dr. Terrowin has a few dark secrets of his own.
Songs of Sparrow’s Day is a novelette, the second installment in the series Sin Eater Tales, a collection of short fantasy stories set in a world inspired by the early Age of Discovery where magic is intertwined with every day life and dangerous beasts rule the wilds.
I was attempting to post two reviews on Amazon with one of them being a Kindle Unlimited book and got hit with this message:
“We apologize but this account has not met the minimum eligibility requirements to write a review.”
Apparently, I haven’t spent the magical $50 in the past 12 months (but close to that). And despite having KU, which you’d think they let their paid subscription readers leave reviews, this isn’t happening from what I see.
So as of now, I cannot leave book reviews on Amazon. I’m sorry to indie authors that need them. I’ll still leave reviews on Goodreads and start leaving them on sites such as Bookbub.
And, unfortunately, I won’t be able to use booksprout. I’m totally bummed about that.
When and if I can leave reviews on Amazon, I’ll update the status of this.
Find Pauper King on Amazon and Goodreads. Author: E. Stuart Marlowe Release Day: April 10, 2020 Pages: 469
X Snow White is dead. IX Someone has put a pickaxe through her head. VIII Her father, the disgraced King Johannes Wynpenny, vows to hunt down her murderer. VII But then others die—more beloved fairy tale characters—and now it’s clear that a deranged killer is on the loose. VI Someone who leaves behind taunting clues and a cruel countdown. V Someone seeking revenge. IV As his town is swept by witch hunt hysteria, Johannes must stop the maniac before others fall victim… III …including himself. II E. Stuart Marlowe weaves a tale of magical realism and crime, where fantasy and horror bleed into historical fact. I And where the fables from our past speak to us across the centuries.
Title: The Gentleman Thief Author: Kate Gragg Pub Date: April 17th 2020 Amazon|Goodreads
Enigmatic and somewhat haphazard Joe Thorne is a wannabe thief, struggling to prise himself out of his job as an overgrown chimneysweep. After taking work in the large furnaces of the alchemy district, he developed a distinctive cough with magical qualities. Ever the opportunist, when the moment comes to break into the realm of thieves and vagabonds, he leaps on it, but his chances are scuppered by one almighty sneeze. From this expulsion comes a journey to a mystical island, shrouded in ancient tradition. Valleys of crystalline rivers, arching forests deeper than the eye can fathom, and not a tavern in sight. Joe is devastated.
Swept up by a lost love, a frog-man (or is it a man-frog?) with amnesia, and a sentient handkerchief, they embark (Joe, somewhat reluctantly) on a quest to solve a mysterious disappearance which still shrouds the island.
The Gentleman Thief is a funny, quirky fantasy that will appeal to many readers.
What you’ll get:
Magical coughing mishaps. An unlikely protagonist. An island with secrets. Entertainment from beginning to end.