The Eternal Undead by David Monette

Our next guest  has our interest not only with the approach of the Halloween season, but with the rise in interest in the walking dead (and a certain little angry (undead) girl we’ve had shlephing around here lately!) So it’s our pleasure to welcome author David Monette, who is here with a little about his latest release, THE ETERNAL UNDEAD. Take it away, David!

The Eternal Undead by David Monette, Zombies, Horror, Urban fantasyThe Eternal Undead

In the Time of the Dead

Book III

David Monette

Genre: Horror, Urban Fantasy

Publisher: Severed Press

Date of Publication: October 1, 2015



Number of pages: 280

Word Count: 100,579

Cover Artist: David Monette

Book Description:

They thought they had escaped.

The battle for Washington DC is behind them, and the last remnants of the human race have fled from their undead enemies to a remote Caribbean island where they try to salvage what is left of humanity. But even here, the zombies have come. Led by the architect of the holocaust, an invading army wreaks havoc trying to acquire the one thing that can stop them, and the one thing a small contingent of soldiers knows they must never get.

Join with Sasha, Terrance, Virgil, and the little girl, Max, in an all or nothing gamble as they fight down the road to either salvation or horrible defeat in the thrilling conclusion of this series.



As the day slipped away far off to the west, the darkness of the jungle became a living thing. Knit together by the slow creep of lengthening shadows, it grew by degrees into a massive being, shapeless and black. For nourishment it ate the weak or the unlucky. In return it exhaled moist heat and a cavalcade of sound, the sound of thousands of separate voices, large and small, all coming together to meet the ear in a constant sheet of noise. Those who were responsible for the making of this chaotic ballad were invisible to the naked eye of man. This was so not just because of the darkness, but because most of the performers—the frogs, birds, and insects—were hidden within the surrounding vegetation, frightened of being killed by their neighbors, either eaten, or as was the case with the troop of humans quietly slipping along a trail, flattened under a boot.

For one of the six members of this troop of humans, such an act would have been celebrated with a certain degree of relish. Terrance hated the sound of the jungle at night. There were not many things in his life that he gave away for free, but in his hatred he was quite generous. He hated the bleats, the croaks and hoots, and he hated the creatures that made the noise. He hated the darkness and the fact that he had to wear a pair of thermal goggles to plumb its depths. He hated the heat, and the plants, and the bugs. He hated the head-to-toe leather suit he wore… and most of all he hated the reason he had to wear the suit, the reason he was out in the jungle at night in the first place. He hated the zombies. Or more accurately, he feared the zombies and he hated them for that fear.

His terror of these beasts was not unfounded. Since the first day of the apocalypse when a host of diabolical necromancers eradicated most of the human population on earth and then raised the dead as zombies, the resulting creatures could, with a single bite, turn any living person into one of them. Terrance had seen it done before. It was not pretty. The resilient leather he wore formed a fairly reliable barrier between a bite and death, so day or night, no matter how hot it was, whenever he or anyone else left the barricades surrounding the city of St George’s on a patrol, they wore the protective clothing. The safety it provided far outweighed the bladders of water they needed to carry or the periodic “cool downs” they had to perform while nestled in the boughs of a tree.

Either way, Terrance hated it all.

In fact, he was so busy nursing his various hatreds that he barely noticed when Danger, the woman on point, suddenly raised her fist head-high and froze.

The fire team immediately came to a stop.

Terrance’s finger slipped from outside the trigger guard of his MP5SD sub-machinegun to curl around the curve of the trigger. The contact made him feel safer, more in control.

Around the task force the sound of the jungle withered and slowly died.

The point person opened her fist, laid the flat palm parallel to the ground, and took a knee.

Seeing this, Lieutenant Burgis, the officer in command, looked back and motioned those behind to follow suit.

They crouched and in the dark waited.

There was something out there.

About the Author:

Author David Monette

David Monette was born and raised in the cold rural hinterlands of upstate New York. As a typical kid in a typical community, life for him was pretty… typical. He liked to draw creatures and contraptions but as the second born of four sons, such ability was merely a convenient way of standing out from the crowd. As he inexpertly stumbled through high school, his talent for capturing the images in his head onto paper was noticed and encouraged by both teachers and family members.

Without any other idea of what to do with himself after graduation, besides a vague idea of doing something art oriented, he decided to attend Mohawk Valley Community College where he received his associate’s degree in Advertising Design and Production. Acting on excellent advice from his teachers at this institution, he went on to Syracuse University where he learned a great deal about art and eventually wound up with a bachelor’s degree in Illustration.

With a disturbingly large amount of student debt and a decent portfolio, he learned what it was to be a starving artist. Namely, he found that artists don’t starve; they simply pick up an endless series of part time work to pay the rent while continuing to plug away at their true passion. This was essentially what he did until he received his first illustration job and from that point on, he didn’t look back. As an illustrator, his highly detailed fantasy and science fiction work has appeared in many books, magazines, board games, and collectible card games for such varied publishers as Dell Publishing, Wizards of the Coast, and Atlas Games. Initially, he had completed these diverse projects utilizing oil and acrylic paints as well as pen and inks.

As digital technology continued to improve, however, he decided it was time to tackle the arduous task of mastering the computer and eventually figured out a way to adapt his style to a digital format. With this knowledge and experience, he went back to school and received his master’s degree in Illustration from the University of Hartford. While there, his instructors reviewed his written work and had strongly suggested that he combine his writing ability with his talent as an illustrator to chart his own path.

And hence, an author was born.

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Dancing with Raven–What happens with Demons by S.G. Rogers

I love the Halloween season, don’t you? It’s the one time of the year when we can get a bang out of scaring ourselves silly. ;) Okay, paranormal fans get that giddy feeling every day of the year when they go ghost hunting or pick up a favorite book on the subject, but still, to the rest of the world, it’s the one time of the year. So, once again, I’ve gathered up some pals to celebrate this fun time of the year. Today, we start off with author S. G. Rogers whose baddies in her new book Dancing With Raven, fit very well into this spooky time of year. So let’s offer up the candy and welcome, S.G. Rogers! (although, maybe not because now, I have an earworm stuck in my head. Let me see if where that dungeon key is…. ;) No? Oh very well. My assistants are telling me I shouldn’t open the dungeon. Who knows, they say, what might crawl out. *shudder* So we’ll just go put on some Metallica and let that be the theme for dear S.G. Rogers’ little talk about…


What Happens With Demons


Halloween! It’s the most wonderful time of the year…  Okay, perhaps that’s a Christmas tune, but the point still stands. Continue reading

Last Halloween gasp.

Snarkology Paranormal Blog Hop

I hope everyone had a good Halloween. Mine was nice, as you can tell, my alter ego did all the work this year. (If only she could help with the clean up! ;)) At any rate, I have some winners to announce. The winner of my entry in Melissa Snark’s Snarkology blog hop is:

Jean MP. I’ll be sending you an email soon, Jean! Congrats.

Also, Dylan Newton informs me she’s picked a winner: Gayle Pace congrats to you for winner that awesome pen from Dylan!! Thanks for coming by, y’all!:)

Brandy Nacole: Our fascination with paranormal creatures.


*Minion Juli pulls drapes. Pauses. Peers out window*: Does the ground in the garden seem to be moving to you?

*Night Mistress comes to her side and looks* “I don’t see anything moving.”

Juli: I think it is. Should we call an exterminator? We don’t want the rats scaring off our next guest.

Night Mistress: I’m sure she can handle it.

Juli: You could be right. She does seem okay with things most people consider strange. (Aside: Like you)

Night Mistress: “What was that?”

Juli *opening the door*: Nothing. Just rehearsing what I’ll say to welcome our next guest.
Night Mistress: Don’t mind her, Brandy, and thank you for coming! Folks, Brandy Nacole is a New Adult author of paranormal novels.

Juli: Brandy’s come to tell us why she loves paranormal creatures so much (clearly she’s never had the misfortune to meet my employer).

Night Mistress: What was that?

Juli: Do you need to get your hearing checked, Mistress?

Night Mistress: I don’t think so. Brandy, dear. Come in, don’t mind my minion. She’s going on unemployment soon. Would you like some tea?

Brandy Nacole: Thank you, Mistress. I’d love some.

Night Mistress: Now tell us about these lovely creatur–er friends of yours, won’t you?

Paranormal creatures have been the center of many conversations throughout history.  Parents who try and keep their children from doing something dangerous or to keep them in line.  Friends scaring each other around the campfire.  Local townsfolk telling the local myths to tourists around a steaming cup of coffee.

Paranormal creatures have also been the center point for many movies and television shows.  When most people think of the paranormal they think it will be scary and in some cases corny, but that is not always the case.  Many paranormal shows and movies have been made for the more family oriented setting: Casper the Friendly Ghost, The Munsters, Hocus Pocus, and many more.

But the question many ask, which paranormal creature is the most popular?

For the past few years many believed it to be the vampire, others ghosts and demons.  But when you take away the worldwide range and focus locally, it will be the local legends at the top of the list, not majority vote.  There are a few post found about the top ten in paranormal, but they are all solely based on opinion or popularity over decades.

I like many different paranormal creatures and for different reasons.  They’re all awesome in their own way.  How awesome would it be to run through a forest so fast your nothing but a blur, while also managing to miss every tree in your path?  Or how about throwing someone across the room when they won’t quit running their mouths?  I would say pretty darn awesome!

Uniquely UnwelcomeMy interest in all paranormal creatures is what led me to write my first published novel, Uniquely Unwelcome.  The main character, Racquel, is a hybrid of four different Shadow lines: Witch, Vampire, Lycan, and Shifter.  The problem with Racquel is, she’s an outcast among the other pure-blood Shadows in the Shadow World.

After the publication of Blood Burdens, the second book in the Shadow World series, I wrote Broken FaithBroken Faith is another series with a mixture of different paranormal creatures.  Kayson is a fallen angel out to prove everyone wrong.  Sabrina is a vampire, a half-blood created from the original blood children, whose only goal is to stay hidden and survive.  Then there’s Falon, Alpha of the Hell hounds, destroyer of the blood children.  And when these three world’s collide, no one may be safe.

What is your favorite paranormal creature?  Vampire?  Werewolf?  Ghosts?  Bigfoot?
Night Mistress: Oh, I’d have to say….all of the above! Bigfoot’s a bit hard on the linoleum but he’s welcome at our castle anytime. How about you, folks? Do you have a preference in your favorite paranormal creatures to share with our guest? Meanwhile, let’s have Brandy tell us a little more about her books.

Racquel is unique. The bloodlines of four of the most powerful beings in the Shadow World are intertwined within her DNA.  She has never craved attention. She just wants to be able to live as normal life as she can. But she’s about to find that even though she’s uniquely unwelcome wherever she goes, her abilities also make her the best chance the Shadow World has to stop a threat to all the Shadow races.
Once arriving home, Racquel finds that greater evils exist and that the person she cares for most in this world, her half-sister Addie, has been kidnapped along with other Shadow World beings.  Racquel finds herself facing horrible odds with those who would rather see her dead than alive.

As her journey continues, Racquel learns more about herself, what she is capable of, and that not every being looks at her as an abomination.  Coy, a human captive that Racquel saves from the Vampires, starts showing kindness toward her.  Racquel tries putting distance between her and the human boy but as they spend more time together it becomes harder and harder for Racquel to fight the affection she wants and needs.

But will Coy’s friendship and her new found discoveries be enough to help Racquel unravel the strangest mystery that has ever plagued the Shadow World?

Blood Burdens:

As someone with four Shadow bloodlines, Racquel is uniquely unwelcome even among her fellow werewolves, shape-shifters, vampires, and witches. Growing up, she was bullied and tormented for being a “hybrid,” a condition frowned upon by Shadow society. After saving her sister and a number of other kidnapped Shadows from a diabolical plot to create a Shadow army, many have found a new respect for Racquel, but she is far from accepted in Shadow society, and the evil is far from over. To complicate matters, Racquel now finds herself torn between two brothers. Coy is caring and has helped Racquel through her struggles, and Micah, who Racquel has only met once but who is somehow, having dream conversations with him. Racquel becomes torn between following her heart while breaking it at the same time. In the second installment of the Shadow World series, Racquel and her sister Addie face off with the Shadow leaders against a threat that could bring the world to its knees. Power will be pushed to its limit, hearts will be broken, and some will pay the ultimate price as Racquel and her group of Shadows fight against an ancient evil that is determined to make the earth bleed and Racquel with it.

Broken Faith:

Kayson is a Fallen Angel who has spent decades running from the Hell Hounds while searching for something that no one else believes can be so, not even God.  Kayson is determined to find a Blood Child.  But when a hound finds Kayson first, he is sure his end has come.

Falon, Alpha of the Hell Hounds, destroyer of the blood children, and devoted believer in his master’s plan, is bound and determined to drag Kayson back to Hell with him. 

Sabrina is a Vampire, a half-breed created from one of Lucifer’s original blood children.  After years of hiding, Sabrina’s fate changes when she finds Kayson barely alive. Against her instincts, Sabrina saves him.  Now she and Kayson are both marked by the Hell Hounds.

Emma is an ordinary human, whose only problem is making ends meet, and getting over the hurt caused by her untrustworthy brother.  Her everyday problems become supernatural ones when she finds Kayson and Sabrina hiding in her parent’s backyard shed.

Kayson, Sabrina and Emma are unlikely allies, thrown together by chance to fight against the most powerful creatures of the underworld in order to follow their world-changing quest.  But will the broken faith of one break the faith of all?

These sound fascinating, Brandy! Folks, If you’d like to learn more about Brandy Nacole and her fine works, see her website at: and you can find her on Facebook:

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Juli *tugging on Night Mistress’ sleeve* Uh, excuse. Mistress?

“Night Mistress sighs* What now?

Juli: lobsterColorpoffcopy by Webmistress' husbandI really think something’s coming up out of the ground.

Night Mistress: What– *eyes go wide* OMG, Doctor Franken-Helsing. It’s impossible!

Doctor Franken-Helsing: *growls* NIGHT MISTRESS!!

*Night Mistress hits door alarm* Bugger! He’s supposed to be dead.

Juli, *wide-eyed*: I know!!!!

*Night Mistress* Get the others to the basement. *turns to guest* Brandy, dear. Thank you for coming, and good luck with your two series–Shadow World and Spiritual Discord--and with all you do! I believe, though, the front entrance isn’t the best way to go home tonight.

Brandy: It’s not?

Night Mistress: Not tonight. *smiles* We wouldn’t want you trampled by trick or treaters.

Juli *aside* (Trick or treaters, my foot.) *Speaks up* Brandy, have you seen my Mistress’ library? Come this way. I think you’ll like this. *cellar door creaks as it opens*

*Brandy looks down staircase doubtfully* Here?

Juli: Yes. *Juli nudges Brandy through door* Go ahead, dear.  I’ll be right down. *draws curtains* Ah, folks? I hope you’ve enjoyed our party. Thanks for coming to our party this year. We hope you found something you’ll love to read and we wish you  a happy Halloween!

**Monster pic copyright to and property of Juli D. Revezzo’s hubby

The Perfect Halloween Recipe for a weekend read


*Night Mistress dusts off boots* Well… We’ve had some excitement around here. Remember those noises I kept hearing out in the graveyard? *nods* Turns out the witches next door had raised a few dead–and a few dead shapeshifters as well. *plucks fur from minion’s coat*

Night Mistress: You might want to get that bite seen to, Juli. It looks nasty.

*Juli peers at torn coat* I’m sure it will be fine. *twitches*

Mistress: Are you certain?

Juli: *twitches and gags* Yes. *ahem* I’m fine now.

Mistress: You look a little…well?

Juli: What?

Mistress: Furry. *sigh* Excuse me, folks. I think I have to brew up an antidote for her. in the meantime we have another guest for you tonight. Paranormal erotic romance author Ms. Eliza March has stopped by to talk about one of our favorite creatures: vampires and when not reading about them, writing them. Eliza, why don’t you tell us about your new book, Defeat the Darkness?

Eliza March: My friends and I have been sweating over my hot cauldron, conjuring up a great recipe for our favorite dark reads…

This one contains a gallon of sex and a dash of scary, evil demons (very bad), several hot vampires (*swoon*), a handful of shifters (hunky), one sex fae (really…need I say more?), and a wanton succubus (wicked) … If it goes bump in the night, you’ll probably find it in this erotic tale.

The Perfect Halloween Recipe for a weekend Read


author Eliza March


I’m used to being teased about being an avid vampire fan. I’m drawn to all things paranormal — Buffy, Vampire Diaries, Underworld, or True Blood. Some don’t get my fascination with the undead or the supernatural. (Being around great looking, powerful men who stay in perfect shape forever doesn’t hurt. Even if it is only in my imagination.) If you understand, then you’ll love this series.

I’ve done (oops…written) a few shifters, but Defeat the Darkness was my first attempt at writing vampires. I realized there were a few more stories I had to tell, so I started them all. I think Kyle and Shelby’s story is a good starting point. The reader gets to meet most of my ensemble cast of characters in this book, although new ones keep popping in to keep my interest going. Simone, the succubus, came out of nowhere. I thought she added one of the essential elements missing in this story — a female friend for Shelby. And I love Garr (Wolfgar) — he’s becoming one of my favorites.

Max, Shelby, and Kyle will play a part in future books, especially now that they’re acclimating to their new lives. Of course, if you bought this book, you know the next book is about Dylan’s past. Conquer the Highland Beast is going to be Hearts of Darkness Book 1.5

Dylan, Cailin, and Jackson’s story in this series is Damn the Darkness, Book 2.0, coming the end of December. So save your gift cards for this one.

We still have to meet Niccolai, and find out more about Jackson his hybrid son. Is the natural born element of their species destined to die off, or will Max and Victor find the solution to the vampire’s infertility problem? And…what about Amyra?

Available in Trade Paperback $10.34 or Kindle $3.99 or both Kindle Matchbook: If you buy a new print edition of this book (or purchased one in the past), you can buy the Kindle edition for only $0.99 (Save 75%). Print edition purchase must be sold by Amazon.

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Defeat The Darkness: Demons of the Bayou

(Hearts of Darkness)

[Erotic paranormal romance, MFM, menage]
Possessed by evil, ruled by lust, driven by hunger. Can love defeat the ancient demon and turn the darkness into light?

Max Hamilton and Shelby Mackenzie go way back to being in diapers together. Over the years, they’ve shared playgrounds and fishing, first dates and first sexual experiences. It wasn’t a surprise when she followed Max to Tulane Medical School where they shared Kyle Lachlan—Max’s new friend and Shelby’s first real love.

Before Kyle, something had always been missing in the romance department for Shelby. But when Kyle announces he’s joined Physicians International Charity and is heading out to save innocent lives after the mudslides in Guatemala, Shelby is devastated. Until, he gives her a family heirloom engagement ring.

Kyle is determined to make up for his privileged Boston upbringing even if it means being separated from Shelby for a few months while she finishes her residency. But when he arrives in the makeshift medical camp, strange things begin to happen. Local legends inspired by the jungle jaguars tell of men who shift into the form of the large cats.

While out searching for a missing boy, Kyle is attacked by a rogue jaguar. His life changes, instantly and so does he. His former beliefs and ideals manifest into the myths and legends of a bad “B” horror flick.

Pursued by a demonic vampire, the exquisitely beautiful yet evil, Amyra de la Santiago plans to use him for her own selfish purpose. Kyle is determined to fight becoming the dark demon he senses within her.

She will stop at nothing to fulfill her ambitions, and Kyle is the answer she’s been waiting over three thousand years for. Leverage is what she needs to convince him, and who better to use against him than the people he cares about most?

Kyle will do anything to protect innocent lives like Max’s and keep the woman he loves safe even if it means sacrificing himself to the demon. What does it matter since his soul is already lost to the darkness?

Shelby must learn to believe in Kyle, again, then trust him and finally, she must be willing to fight for him. Later, there will be time to deal with the secret need she developed from the transition he caused. The hunger for sexual satisfaction drives her the way a vampire is driven by the need for blood. Max is always a willing partner, but as relationships change, so do their needs.

Will Kyle adjust and accept their new roles? After the danger is past, will Kyle be able to love a sex fae?

Shelby holds out hope since she is the light to his darkness. Only she can defeat the demon darkness taking over both Kyle and Max.

Leave a comment with an email address on my BLOG and get a FREE ebook copy of Conquer the Highland Beast as soon as it’s published. Happy Halloween! ~~Eliza

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Thanks for being with us tonight, Eliza! Your vampires sound tasty! :) Don’t they, folks? If you’d like to win a copy of her forthcoming story, please leave her a comment here, or on her blog.

Falling for a Monster with Geoff Wakeling


Minion Juli: What are you doing?


*Night Mistress draws sigil on door* Letting our next guest in. He has a long journey to join us.


Juli: Yes I realize that, but… You don’t have to be opening gateways. (In fact, I’d much rather she didn’t!)


Night Mistress: No, not him. *Mistress shakes head* His friend. Do you really think you can just say hello to raise the dead?


Juli shrugs. I think I’m regretting ever raising you.


*Mistress glares* Do the words “tasty dinner” mean anything to you? *Mistress raises arms* Okay, ready now? I think this should work.


*Juli ducks Light flashes* Did it work? *Peeks through fingers. Sees two gentlemen by the door*


Night Mistress: See now, I told you it would work. *Mistress holds out hand* Welcome, my dear. Thank you for coming,


Juli:  Geoff! Thank god. Thanks for coming. *Whispers* I hope you brought help. She’s being really weird this year.


Night Mistress: Don’t you just love this time of year all the handsome monsters hanging about? Who is your friend?


*Juli clears throat* Come to think of it, that’s the topic of your discussion today, isn’t it?

Falling for a Monster


Geoff Wakeling

Halloween is the perfect time for some spooky shenanigans and a little bit of a scare fest. We all love some horror in our lives – well at least, I do – and I don’t tend to stick to October 31st. I like my scares around the year. We all know that famed horror creatures; zombies, vampires, ghosts, ghouls and demons. And we love them for what they are. But what happens if you fall in love with one of these monsters.

Despite menacing creatures of the dark traditionally being those who just tear humans apart and bring nothing but death,

Night Mistress: Ah, for the good ole days!

*Juli frowns* My lady, stop interrupting the guests.  Geoff was brave—er, kind enough to accept your invitation, kindly let him speak. I’m sorry, Geoff, you were telling us about the difference between new and older paranormal stories?

*Geoff clears throat*. Yes, well. As I was saying, more recent literary works have seen these ghouls find a way into our hearts. Charlaine Harris had Sookie falling in love with vampire Bill, Isaac Marion’s Warm Bodies see ‘R’ develop an emotional connection with Julie, which subsequently helps him find humanity. Even shows like Supernatural have found the means to bring Sam and Dean closer to the demons they hunt. Sometimes, despite their very nature, the brothers even end up empathising for those they seek to destroy.

This is something that I wanted to explore myself, and it gave birth to Pacifier 6, The Shadows Within. Here, the zombie apocalypse is mostly over, with those who’ve survived fleeing to safe zones as a few rogue monsters still lurk. But some, such as Carl and his mother, have decided to stay in their London suburb and try to rebuild their community. Zombies have been pacified with a new drug, making them manual labourers, and it’s commonplace to have zombie slaves building, gardening and even cooking. However, seeing these monsters in close quarters, Carl realises there’s something more and begins a strange attraction to the new male pastry chef slave his mother’s allocated. He knows it’s wrong, but the emotional tie is there regardless of what society thinks.

Falling for a monster is now a common storyline in fiction. Done well, it allows a strange mix of repulsion and compassion to occur. I suppose it’s the next step on from loving the bad boy – I mean, that’s taking rebelling against your parents to a whole new layer. The tattooed, smoking punks of the past are pussycats when compared to the new boyfriends that’ll sink their teeth into you at any disagreement.

*Mistress chuckles* Ain’t that the truth!

Geoff: And whether you like it or not, I think these inter-creature love affairs are here to stay.

Mistress claps* Well said! I do hope your prediction comes to pass, Geoff my dear friend. It’s a about time we monsters receive the respect we deserve, don’t you think?

*Juli grumbles* *Mistress clenches fist* What do you mean, no?

*Geoff raises cup and takes a small sip*

“Ahem, Night Mistress. I do hope you haven’t slipped love potion into this.”

*Night Mistress places hand on heart* Me??? Now why would I do that?

*Juli nudged Geoff* Thanks for the diversion. I’m sorry for the way she’s acting. I don’t know what’s gotten into my Lady recently but I wouldn’t believe a word she says, Geoff. She’s been threatening to add to the staff lately. I think I’d put that tea down and head on home sooner rather than later, if I were you.

Night Mistress: Why do you keep speaking when you’re not spoken to, minion! Do you want me to think you’re plotting against me?

Juli: Nope. Not I. Just thanking Geoff for stopping by on this fine Halloween eve. If you’d like to check out Geoff’s new novella Pacifier 6, here’s the synopsis:

Pacifier 6 by G. Wakeling

cover art by Keith Draws

But what happens when you realise that familiar faces still have feelings?

Carl’s pulling himself back together, attempting to cope with the losses that life has dealt him. Amidst the horror of the past few months, he begins to realise that death isn’t necessarily the end; it can be the start of something new, something that has never been seen before. With everyone around him battling to keep society intact, Carl manages to see beyond the ravaged faces of those he once knew. There’s a new creature in the darkness, a consciousness that most have overlooked, and it’s waiting to reveal itself.

This is the first book in the Pacifier 6 series, and is about 30,000 words in length.

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Author Geoff Wakeling

author Geoff Wakeling

Author Bio:

Geoff Wakeling lives in London and escapes the smog of the city through his writing. The Inside Evil, even though being dark and mysterious, was a way to escape the drudgery of every day life and indulge in something a little more fantastical.

With a degree in Zoology, Wakeling is animal mad and has a dog (Beetle), three cats, fish and five chickens in his London home. He is a keen gardener and conservationist. He is also still awaiting the arrival of his Hogwart’s Owl!

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