HER (a horror short story) by Danielle Rose

IMG_1054.jpgKemper Academy is over a hundred years old, but it has only recently reopened after a series of murders and stories of hauntings shut it down. Avlynn, a new student, refuses to let the rumors scare her, chalking them up to a bit of friendly freshman hazing. But when night falls and screams draw her from her room, she finds the truth is much more horrifying than any ghost story.

Title: Her
Author: Danielle Rose
Publ. Date: 9/16/17
Format: Kindle only
Print Length: 14 pages
Genre: Horror, Ghosts, Short Stories
My Rating: 5/5 Stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

 

My Thoughts:

This was such a creepy, short little story. I found it really fun! If you’re looking for some creepy books to read (and it’s a short one too), I would definitely recommend this one!!

I would say something more about the story than the summary does, but because it’s short I’m afraid I would ruin the story for you! But I recommend you read this for yourself!!

Have fun!!

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Review for Deadman’s Tome Final Contact!

IMG_0975.jpgDeadman’s Tome Final Contact by Eric S Brown, James Grim Desborough, David M Hoenig, Brian Melechy Quinn, Candace Robinson , Nadeleine Swann, Dj Tyrer, Kristofer Velasquez

Goodreads description: Deadman’s Tome presents First Contact. This volume of galactic terror features stories that warn of the consequences of bold space exploration, exploitative mining, venturing too far, and contact with foreign entities. You see, dear reader, we are not alone, and our first contact might just be our last!

So this is an anthology of short Sci-Fi stories that are pretty dang creepy. As the book summary says the stories warn of the consequences of bold exploration, exploitative mining, venturing too far, and contact with foreign entities. And first contact is NOTHING like E.T. in these stories. I really had fun reading them, of course some I enjoyed more than others, but overall this book was a lot of creepy, sci-fi fun!

I’ll mention a few of my favorites, I guess. Here’s my very favorites:

~A Slow Death by James ‘Grim’ Desborough

~Dancers in the Darkness by Eric S Brown

~A Layer Hidden by Candace Robinson – This one is my very, very favorite!!!

~The Octopus In The Corner of the Room by Madeleine Swann

These are my very favorites, but I enjoyed reading them all. They were some freaky fun!!!

Add it to your to-read list here — Goodreads

Buy a copy here — Amazon