Before I go off line and get ready to scare unsuspecting children who come around for Trick or Treat, I wanted to alert you to a few authors who have new releases out to celebrate Halloween.
Janice Horton not only has a cracking new novella, but is offering a free book too. Her latest in the Voodoo trilogy is called Voodoo Child – ideal for today.
Story synopsis: In ‘Voodoo Child’, ex-celebrity UK fashion model Nola and her handsome Haitian husband Louis are expecting their first baby. But as one precious life begins another is about to end. Louis’s beloved old Uncle Sid is dying and has declared his last wish is to see Louis and Nola’s new baby baptised on St John’s Eve – the most important event in the voodoo calendar. The voodoo isn’t over yet for Nola or for Louis!
If you haven’t yet read the first novella How Do You Voodoo? then you are in for a treat because the first book in this series is absolutely FREE today.
Story synopsis: Loveless fashion model Nola Nichols thinks being beautiful is a curse; that is until she is cursed and her looks begin to fade just a week before the most important photo shoot of her career. In her attempts to get uncursed she finds herself taking part in a rather unconventional funeral, involved in a voodoo ritual, reveals one or two unrests in her own past and falls madly in love with a doctor. Erm, that would be a witch doctor, right…?
How Do You Voodoo? is the first book in Janice Horton’s Voodoo Romance Series and is a novella of approximately 20,000 words or 62 pages.
Another great read for you comes from across the Pond. Boo! is a collection of Halloween short stories from indie authors ranging from sad and sweet to mind-numbingly horrific. Stories include:
The Candy Tax by Laurie Boris
The Legend of the Sparrow by Jen Daniele
Ghost Story by Ann Cathey
Spirits by JD Mader
Once Bitten, Twice Shy by Erin McGowan
Ambergris, Camphor, Laudanum, Myrrh by David Antrobus
Open My Eyes by LB Clark
William Howard Taft Zombie Lemming Fighter by Rich Meyer
Pain by Asher Cathey
So, I shall now go and get dressed up in my witches’ garb. (Yes, I know it’s early but I want to get into character.) Happy Halloween everyone!