“Dark School: Mark of the Adept” by Matti Silver

Dark School: Mark of the Adept is the second book I’ve read in the Dark School interactive adventure series by author Matti Silver.
A gate has opened. We can’t pinpoint exactly when it happened or even why. What we do know is that the world is permanently altered by some obscure alterations to the norm. Mankind exists in a new reality where, due to a pandemic, even the basic laws of nature are compromised and people are quite literally losing their minds. As an Adept, readers are charged to combat this invasion that threatens humanity at its very core. Will you rise to the challenge as a powerful leader in a new world order or succumb to the forces of your enemies?
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MEET THE AUTHOR! Getting to Know Matti Silver, Author of Dark School: Path of the Neophyte

Meet the Author! Getting to Know Matti Silver, Author of Dark School: Path of the Neophyte

Matti Silver has been storytelling for most of his life. He loves working, reading, writing books and creating worlds for himself and others to immerse themselves within. 
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“Cutthroat Express” by Bryan Cassiday

CIA black ops agent Chad Halverson is back in action with “Cutthroat Express” the 7th book of the Zombie Apocalypse: Chad Halverson Series by Bryan Cassiday.

This suspenseful apocalyptic adventure begins at the Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center bunker. A new president is in command. The oxygen supply inside the bunker continues to be depleted because the zombies are blocking the air ducts with their putrefying bodies and time is running out for those inside.

Cassiday’s imagination continues to take off in ways that provide interesting surprises, while he holds readers, sitting on the edge of their seats, in suspense. … More “Cutthroat Express” by Bryan Cassiday

“The Bell Lady of Blairmont Manor” by Novella Jean

“The Bell Lady of Blairmont Manor” introduces readers to Thia, a young woman is who is looking for the perfect place to set up a new hotel or bed-and-breakfast, and Blairmont Manor, a historical home set in a small town of Daffodil in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. When Thia sees the Blairmont Manor, she believes that her dreams of being able to open up a beautiful hotel have come true. On the outside, Blairmont Manor is beautiful, historic, a great place to just get away from the world. Little does Thia realize what still lingers inside Blairmont Manor. … More “The Bell Lady of Blairmont Manor” by Novella Jean

“Dominant Species” by William Burke

What happens when you encounter a seemingly unstoppable dinosaur hybrid species that is not only physically indestructible, but evolving at an accelerated rate, matching humans in intelligence, the power of critical thinking and deduction, and the thirst for revenge? It’s an all-out battle for domination and only one species can win.

“Dominant Species” is the latest novel by William Burke, a genetic engineering sci-fi horror adventure. No stranger to the horror genre, Burke’s genius shines in this action-packed tale and you’ll want to devour it in one sitting – if time allows. … More “Dominant Species” by William Burke

“Encore: The show must go on” by Zane Pinner

“Encore” by Zane Pinner is a gripping, chilling novel that had me turning the pages from the very beginning. Pinner weaves a terrifying story of a haunted theater that refuses to let go of the past. Things go from scary to terrifying really fast, and the characters running for their lives from the horrors chasing after them kept me breathless and on the edge of my seat. … More “Encore: The show must go on” by Zane Pinner

Meet the Author – A Conversation with Kaylin McFarren, Author of Requiem for a Queen

Kaylin McFarren has received more than 60 national literary awards, in addition to a prestigious RWA Golden Heart Award nomination for FLAHERTY’S CROSSING – a book she and her oldest daughter, New York Times/USA Today best-selling author Kristina McMorris, co-wrote in 2008. Prior to embarking on her writing journey and developing the popular THREADS psychological thriller series, she poured her passion for creativity into her work as the director of a fine art gallery in the Pearl District in Portland, Oregon; she also served as a governor-appointed member of the Oregon Arts Commission. … More Meet the Author – A Conversation with Kaylin McFarren, Author of Requiem for a Queen

“Requiem for a Queen” by Kaylin McFarren

McFarren did an amazing job creating this series. The characters and conflicts immediately draw the reader in. I love that while some of the flawed characters have redeeming qualities, others are completely wicked. The settings are described in vivid detail. Being that much of it takes place in hell, there is some extremely unsettling imagery, but that adds to the fun! … More “Requiem for a Queen” by Kaylin McFarren

“Birdwatcher” by Ann Greyson

With the intention of getting some much-needed rest and relaxation, the Wincoff’s head to the beautiful Ponocos for the week. But their search for tranquility is blighted when 12-year-old Abigail Wincoff goes missing. Gillian and Lance Wincoff are beside themselves with grief when minutes meld into hours, and hours bleed into days, and the only sign of their beloved daughter is the muddied binoculars Abby used for birdwatching found deep within the forest that overlooked their cabin. … More “Birdwatcher” by Ann Greyson

“Winterset Hollow” by Jonathan Edward Durham

“Winterset Hollow” is like “Alice in Wonderland” meets “Cabin in the Woods.” On one hand, our main characters are achieving the dream of a lifetime by not only traveling to Addington Isle, but learning that the characters of their favorite book are, in fact, frighteningly, fantastically alive and real. On the other, they are not the sweet, innocent group that the book portrays them to be. … More “Winterset Hollow” by Jonathan Edward Durham