Here’s a look at a bunch of books currently on my desk for consideration.
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BLOOD DIVIDED by Katie Keridan is a YA Fantasy that arrives October 3rd from SparkPress. It’s book 2 in the The Felserpent Chronicles. (I’m currently reading the 1st, REIGN RETURNED, in eBook.) It’s fast-paced adventure with necromancers, assassins, enemies-to-lovers, and magical animal companions!
THE HANDYMAN METHOD
THE HANDYMAN METHOD by Nick Cutter and @afsulli comes out August 8th from Saga Press. Modern domestic horror with a Black Mirror twist, this book goes to the DIY dark-side of homeownership with a house and family that is very clearly *not alright*. Plus: evil YouTubers!
A TIDY ARMAGEDDON
A TIDY ARMAGEDDON by @bhpanhuyzen is available now from @ecwpress. The premise for this one is *super* intriguing: in an apocalyptic world dismantled and completely reassembled Tetris-style from human detritus, a group of soldiers race to save their leader’s daughter.
FOLLOW THE SHADOWS
FOLLOW THE SHADOWS by Rosemary Drisdelle drops on September 19th from SparkPress. This coming-of-age YA novel blends portal fantasy with Wiccan magic, and features the main character befriending a lonely dragon. And look at that beautiful cover!
THE MARIGOLD makes Andrew F. Sullivan’s second appearance in this list. Available now from ECW Press, let’s call this “high rise body horror”. It weaves several separate urban dystopia storylines into one alarming narrative. Chances of squicking out: high.
Do any of these punch your buttons? Which ones are on your TBR? Let me know on Twitter or Instagram!