banner by Tara Frejas

FEELS: NOTED || The Last Night of Her Wake by Chrissie Peria

Disclaimer: Everything you will read after this will be spoiler-free. This is not an actual review. These are just feelings, put into slightly incoherent words that hopefully make sense enough for you to understand how a certain book affected me. There will be no technical comments, no nitpicking. Just feelings, all the feelings.
EMOCHI_GifScale_LastNight-chrissie

Get it on Buqo

First things first: Don’t forget to follow the #StrangeLit blog tours. Which will be going on for the rest of the month!

Do download the Buqo app and purchase your own e-book copy of #StrangeLit Killer Seasons, and rate it on Goodreads.


KS banner.png

This story in the #StrangeLit Killer Seasons bundle is one of those stories where… you think you know, but you really have no idea. I mean, the title itself should be self explanatory, right? Someone died. A girl died. It was the last night of her wake and she’s probably not dead. You’re probably going to read a story about how she’s watching over her coffin, spitting out ironic commentary about the people coming to visit.

It’s probably going to be this hilarious story about how the afterlife sucks, told in the point of view of a girl who died.

Well, simply put… NO.

It’s a story about how life sucks, told in the point of view of those who got left behind.

Continue reading “FEELS: NOTED || The Last Night of Her Wake by Chrissie Peria”

Advertisements
banner by Madelyn Tuviera

GUEST POST || Personal Taste by Therese Barleta

First things first: Don’t forget to follow the #StrangeLit blog tours. Which will be going on for the rest of the month!

Do download the Buqo app and purchase your own e-book copy of #StrangeLit Darkest Dreams, and rate it on Goodreads.


 

DD Banner.png

My featured author for today is Therese Barleta. She’s a good friend–smart, armed with beautiful words, but is one that isn’t very fond of people-ing. (Like me.) So I thought, what better way to open her up to people than to force her to write something that will give everyone else an inside look at that big brain of hers. (There’s also an interview coming up from another friend of ours. We are, as the author will say behind the cut, “sadistic” like that. :p)

Read more to learn about her and her #StrangeLit story, When It Rains In Mystic River.

Continue reading “GUEST POST || Personal Taste by Therese Barleta”

#StrangeLit Fateful Turns || Excerpts and Things

First things first: Don’t forget to follow the #StrangeLit blog tours. Which will be going on for the rest of the month!

Do download the Buqo app and purchase your own e-book copy of #StrangeLit Fateful Turns, and rate it on Goodreads.


FT - BANNER

With eleven stories, Fateful Turns is the biggest collection of stories from the #StrangeLit workshop. (Can you say, bargain? ) Behind the cut are a few excerpts from four of those stories. Hopefully, some of the ones you haven’t quite read about yet. 🙂

Continue reading “#StrangeLit Fateful Turns || Excerpts and Things”