October Spooky Features

Madness Monday: Artwork – “It Takes a Village” 2017

Meet Ariane Guthier. Hello, I'm Ariane Guthier, but my paint name is AG3. I'm a mostly self-taught artist located out of Harrisburg PA. During the summer months, I sell my art at music festivals all over the east coast. I like to collect and play odd musical instruments, my favorites being the singing saw and… Continue reading Madness Monday: Artwork – “It Takes a Village” 2017

Cover Reveal

Cover Reveal: To Whatever End

To Whatever End by Lindsey Frydman Genre: YA Contemporary Paranormal Release Date: January 8th 2019 Entangled Teen   Summary: Quinn Easterly is cursed. With one touch, she can see the end to someone's life. Everyday deaths, and ones that haunt her in her daydreams. Ones that have always proven impossible to prevent. She has finally… Continue reading Cover Reveal: To Whatever End

Blog Tour

Blog Tour: After Always

After Always by Barbara J. Hancock Genre: YA Mystery & Suspense Release Date: October 1st 2018 Entangled Teen Summary: Lydia’s life felt like it ended when Tristan died. Sure, they had their problems and he could be a little…intense at times. But he’d promised to love her forever… When her parents propose a summer across… Continue reading Blog Tour: After Always

October Spooky Features, Poetry, Writing

Witch-y Wednesday: Poem – “In This One, The Bus Stop Becomes a Coven”

Meet Shani Carrington. Shani Carrington is a 22 year old, black, first generation American, born and raised in Philadelphia. Having recently graduated from Arcadia University with a BA in English literature and a minor in Pan-African studies, she is currently taking a gap year before attending law school next fall. As a poet, she has… Continue reading Witch-y Wednesday: Poem – “In This One, The Bus Stop Becomes a Coven”

Book Reviews, Guest reviewer, Misc.

Guest Review: Pas De Deux: A Dance For Two

*** Disclosure: All opinions are solely my own.  ***  “Something that was powerful enough, if she let it, to take the jagged edges of her soul, and fit them to another that was just as broken.” - Lynn Turner, Pas De Deux: A Dance For Two Pas De Deux: A Dance For Two Review By:… Continue reading Guest Review: Pas De Deux: A Dance For Two

October Spooky Features, Poetry, Writing

Madness Monday: Poem – Untitled

Meet Megan Fehr. Megan Fehr is a graduate of English studies and pursues the art of poetry in her spare time. Writing was not always her marked interest until her love of languages and deliberate practice compelled her to manifest her ideas on printed paper. Megan’s handful of poems construes a serious, oftentimes melancholy, tone;… Continue reading Madness Monday: Poem – Untitled