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Good Day everyone it is finally Thursday and I cant wait till the weekend is here. I have so much writing that I have to catch up with , its ridicules! Todays line  up is blood-thirsty-thursdayawesome I simply can’t wait to share my finds.

Twelve By Jasper Kent


The Line Unseen  By  Joe Hart


From the author of LINEAGE, SINGULARITY, and EVERFALL comes this short story of
supernatural horror.

A man, walked on his entire life by others,
discovers his wife’s infidelity, and decides to do something about it. After a
deadly encounter in an alleyway he must look into the depths of himself to find
the line unseen, and face the horror beyond.

The voordalak–creature of legend, the tales of which have terrified Russian children for generations. But for Captain Aleksei Ivanovich Danilov–a child of more enlightened times–it is a legend that has long been forgotten. Besides, in the autumn of 1812, he faces a more tangible enemy: the Grande Armee of Napoleon Bonaparte.

City after city has fallen to the advancing French, and it now seems that only a miracle will keep them from Moscow itself. In desperation, Aleksei and his comrades enlist the help of the Oprichniki–a group of twelve mercenaries from the furthest reaches of Christian Europe, who claim that they can turn the tide of the war. It seems an idle boast, but the Russians soon discover that the Oprichniki are indeed quite capable of fulfilling their promise … and much more.

Unnerved by the fact that so few can accomplish so much, Aleksei remembers those childhood stories of the voordalak. And as he comes to understand the true, horrific nature of these twelve strangers, he wonders at the nightmare they’ve unleashed in their midst….

Full of historical detail, thrilling action, and heart-stopping supernatural moments, Twelve is storytelling at its most original and exciting.

                                                      Pretty Dark Nothing By Heather Reid

3.4 out of 5


Quinn is a normal teenager, but for 23 days she has not slept for more than a few minutes at a time. Demons have invaded her dreams, stalking her and whispering of her death. The lack of sleep and crippling fear are ruining her life, and energy drinks and caffeine pills don’t help. Then Quinn dozes off in the school hallway, and Aaron, an amnesiac with psychic ability, accidentally enters her nightmare. Aaron has a secret locked away in his memory that the demons are determined to keep him from discovering. Together, Quinn and Aaron can banish the darkness back to the underworld for good, but the demons will stop at nothing to drive the two apart.