Sorry I have been absent, but there are all kinds of things happening in my life recently, and I needed to focus on these situations. Life does get in the way of blogging, sometimes! 🙂
But now, I have time to dive in and today, I am being utterly shameless and egocentric by promoting little ol’ me! Yes – author Sharon L. Higa: writer of horror, supernatural thrillers and fantasy/action is being brought to your attention!
I have a few books which truly need some reviews, friends and neighbors! They are all on Amazon.com, and if you have already read them, please do me a favor and write a review! If you have not, then feel free to grab a book and go for it!
My actual novels are: # 6, Rose & Steel, Desert Tracks, Horrors & Occupational Hazards.
my novellas- The Dam, Z-REGEN.
I have several short stories in anthologies also listed there, and any and all could use a few reviews to bolster my rankings.
Thanks for helping a fellow author/friend/family member out in advance, and have a great week! 🙂
Hope you are fine and fit, and having good, positive things happen in your lives!
I have been busy with events in my own life, so I do apologize for not being as diligent as I should be when it comes to blogging.
Now that that’s out of the way – let’s go!
I want to put a shout-out to several authors whose novels I have read recently. They all can be found on Amazon.com, so I do recommend you all check them out, because each and every one is unique and refreshing in their own writing style!
So, here is my list:
“Surviving Stephen” by Rachel Holbrook. “Alabama Rising” by BJ Gillum.
“Six Minutes to Midnight” by Cheryl Peyton. “Red Robin” by RB Tetro.
“Order of the Firewalker” by Richard D. Ramsey. “Forgotten-books 1 & 2” by Samie Sands.
“The Trident” by Melanie Dahman. “The Hunted Tribe – book 1” by Roma Gray.
“Trip Trap” by Lisamarie Lamb. “Splat” – a morbid anthology edited by John Ledger and T.s. Woolard.
A little bit of “somethinsomethin’ ” for everyone!
Until next time –
Read lots, enjoy and review, and have a great week 🙂
Hello and Happy Monday! This glorious morning, I want to address the theme of this month: Women in Horror!
Check out the link below to see who Sam Gregory has interviewed and blogged about!
You will get to know some incredible female authors such as Roma Gray, Kelley Armstrong, Kat Gracey, T M Scott, S K Gregory, Eden Royce, Charlaine Harris, Alessia Giacomi, myself (Sharon L. Higa), and a slew of other supernaturally talented, mind-grabbing, terrifying lady writers of the horror genre!
So grab your laptop or keyboard, go to Sam’s website/blog posts, and I’m sure you will be able to find at least two women of horror whom you can add to your To Read lists!
Until next time, read much, review often, and have a Terroriffic week! 🙂
A new anthology which will only add to your nightmares -in a delightfully horrific, spine-tingling way! On ebook now, I recommend you grab this little antho of nightmarish gems. Just remember to leave the lights on when you’re done!
Toss and turn your way through a darkly haunting world of nightmares. After reading this anthology you may never again sleep with the lights off. If you ever dare sleep at all…
23 twisted stories and 5 haunting poems from the depraved minds of:
Paul J. Elias
J. L. Lane
G. H. Finn
Peter Oliver Wonder
Roy C. Booth
R. E. Lyons
See what this fantastic author has to offer, then check out her other novels as well! I guarantee you won’t be disappointed…I’ve enjoyed every book of Kathy Denver’s that I have read, and plan on reading more! 🙂
Hi guys, can I ask for your support?
I have launched a Goodreads giveaway and I would appreciate it if you could help and support getting the word out there by sharing this link and asking your friends to do the same? Thank you x
I want to apologize for not being on the ‘blog spot’ for a couple of weeks. Unfortunately, I went and caught me a bad case of the flu bug that has been going around, so it’s incapacitated me for pretty much darn near everything!
However, you can now see I am back at the keyboard, once again typing my stubby, little fingers to the bone both in blogging and writing! LOL
I would like to share a word or two today about reviews, if I may. I have had the chance to read a lot this past few weeks, and have been able to post quite a few reviews for those authors who I was blessedly able to peruse during this time. I also scanned quite a few other authors reviews, and would like to say, once more, that reviews are a very necessary part in keeping authors in the public eye.
So please, keep in mind that reviews are what help to keep us going. They are greatly appreciated and very welcome. It give us constructive feedback, not only on what we have written and published, but in helping us to better our writing for your future enjoyment.
Thank you so much, in advance, for leaving a review, and please be sure to pass the word on to others.
Have a great week, and don’t be shy about letting us know what you think of our stories, both big and small! 🙂
Hello and Happy New Year! Today I want to share with you all a new ‘goody’ from one of our fantastic female authors, and the founder of JEA Press, Catt Dahman. I highly recommend her work if you like psychological as well as supernatural horror! Please check out this little story from one seriously twisted, incredibly gifted mind – and don’t forget to share your review!
At the start of the day Ripley had nothing more on her mind than doing well at her new job. She never envisioned that a lunch date with some of her co-workers would ensnare her in a nightmare involving abduction, rape and death. Yet when a pair of deranged lunatics with murderous plans in mind hijack their vehicle while they are paused at a traffic light, that’s precisely what happens with the kidnapped trio of women forced to drive out of the city and deep into the backwoods. Shaken and terrified, Ripley manages to evade the bloody fate in store for her, with the assistance of retired police officers Henry and EZ, but her relief is a fleeting thing. Flagging down a passing bus loaded with tourists seems like a good way out, but the bad weather swirling around them has other ideas. On roads slick with deadly ice and populated by hazardous hairpin curves, the tour bus loses control and crashes on the outskirts of a small backwoods town. Now, the lot of them are about to find things going from bad to worse. Stranded by the storm in the strange township of Carn, with the local authorities seemingly in no rush to lend assistance, Ripley, Henry, EZ and the tourists are about to discover the gruesome secret of this rustic little community. There is a blood tradition here and soon enough, the blood is going to run…
Today, I would like to focus on a solid family guy, a great chef who lives across the pond, and one very talented author! (One of these days, I’m going to row-boat across and taste test his food!)
Mark Woods has some pretty unique takes on horror – from sublime to right in your face, he is one I would recommend reading at any given time you would like a chill or three.
Below is his Amazon page from the UK, but don’t fret, fellow readers – you can find him in the good ol’ US of A Amazon.com as well!
Mark Woods: : “www.amazon.co.uk OR https://www.amazon.com/Mark-Woods/e/B00F5ZCMAG/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1482760323&sr=1-1
Have a good day recuperating from this weekend’s Christmas festivities, and gear yourselves up for this weekend: It’s NEW YEAR’S!
Take care, be well, stay safe and read often in this up-and-coming year! 🙂
Two more terrific authors to follow, both before, during and after the holidays!
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL, AND TO ALL A GOOD READ!
On the 11th day of Christmas
On the 12th day it’s Melanie Nowak