Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Another Free Story (limited offer)

The Vision

The Vision, A Dark Romance
Ebook By April Grey
$0.00 Rating:
(4.50 based on 2 reviews)
Published: Dec. 25, 2011
Category: Fiction » Romance » Gothic
Words: 4481 (approximate)
Language: English

Extended Description
It was only a children's game, put the chestnut beneath your pillow and dream of your future husband. However, in her dream she saw a monsterous visage, so deformed and hideous that she awoke with a start and was certain that this would be her fate.

Then she met Jack. Could their love save her?

Set in Napoleonic times, The Vision is a dark romance of love, fear and fate.

Sunday, December 4, 2011


My zombie love story, "I'll Love Ya Forever, But.." is up over at Eric's Hysterics. Go on over and have a laugh, it's good for the health, ya know.

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Guest Blogging at Ginger Simpson's Blog

I'll be writing a little about the Austrian folkloric character, The Krampus, and explaining how it came to be featured in Chasing The Trickster. Please join me.

Friday, December 2, 2011

My First Review for Trickster (at

5.0 out of 5 stars Very original, great characters, excellent story..., November 25, 2011
By RSP SciFi-er (Staten Island) - See all my reviews This review is from: Chasing The Trickster (Paperback)
Instead of recycling old tropes (vampires, werewolves, witches, et al), Chasing the Trickster is a very original interpretation of horror/fantasy using two largely unexplored mythologies: those of the Southwestern United States and Central Europe. So, the first part of the good news is that, as you read, there is absolutely none of that feeling of, "Wait... didn't I read this before?" No, as your gobble this up (I found this book very difficult to put down), you won't harken back to a previous read and say to your yourself, "Oh yeah, this is like that OTHER book!"

The really good news is that the characters are extremely well drawn and executed. Throw in an unorthodox approach to treating time and plot, some really nice plot twists and genuine surprises, as well as an ending with epilogue that ties everything up into an excellent and satisfying conclusion and you have one of the best books I've read all year. No real bad news! Great job, Ms. Grey!