Fifteen-year-old Piper Crenshaw knows her house is strange. It’s never needed repairs since it was built in the 1800s, and the lights flicker in response to things she says. As if those things aren’t creepy enough, it’s also the place where her mother committed murder.
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Mary Hades can see dead people. The seventeen-year-old is not only privy to ghosts, she’s also visited by “Things” – creatures with skulls visible through their flesh, who warn her of impending death and doom. These abilities led to her being hospitalized in a psychiatric unit, where tragic events resulted in the death of her best friend Lacey (you can read about all this unfolding in the prequel My Daylight Monters).
Mary Hades, book one of the Mary Hades series, takes place after My Daylight Monsters with Mary dealing with the after effects – especially the fact that her best friend is now a ghost.
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Odds are you’re familiar with the image of an onryō, the vengeful spirit of Japanese tradition who can affect the world of the living. Shown in movies like The Ring and The Grudge, the onryō is usually depicted in a certain, semi-traditional way – long white dress and long, dark hair hanging down, partially concealing pallid, corpse-like skin.
Okiku, the main character of The Girl From The Well, is such a spirit.
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The Midnight Spell is the story of two outcast best friends, Adam and Christy. Christy, a witch from a long line of witches and just coming into her powers, wants to do something nice for her BFF Adam, who, as the only gay kid in their small town, is seriously lacking in romantic prospects.… Read More [Blog Tour & Giveaway] The Midnight Spell By Rhiannon Frater And Kody Boye & Kobos Coffee Best Friend Blend
Creepy and captivating, Sing Sweet Nightingale is a YA paranormal horror story embodying some very important pieces of wisdom:… Read More [Book Review] Sing Sweet Nightingale By Erica Cameron & Mystic Monk Coffee Midnight Vigils Blend
Dead (A Lot) follows the Light twins, Tripp and Trina, as they maneuver through a world overrun with Necropoxy, a virus that turns people into zombies, and make their way to their aunt’s farm in the country, picking up stray survivors along the way.… Read More Dead (A Lot) by Howard Odentz & Dark Willy’s Morning of the Zombie Apocalypse Breakfast Blend Coffee