Tuesday Reading List 5/10

Your Name, In Fire

Kera Emory


Reg. Price: 2.99

Connor Black doesn’t believe in the supernatural, and that’s about to bite him in the ass.

Connor’s life gets interesting when a new writer joins his video game studio. Sparks fly; Wendy is pretty, intelligent, and definitely into Connor—but careful never to reveal much about herself.

And before long, Connor has his own secrets to worry about: a tattooed stranger attacks and nearly kills him, giving no explanation. Angry but mystified, Connor doesn’t tell anyone what happened, and tries to put the attack behind him—and he tries to convince himself that the weird little things he’s starting to notice about Wendy aren’t really that weird. Stressed and sleep-deprived, with the looming deadline of a multi-million-dollar video game launch weeks away, Connor just doesn’t have time to deal with ‘weird’.

But when the evidence trail of an horrific crime begins to lead back to Connor himself, Connor must seek out answers to the questions he’s been avoiding, even if it means risking his own life and sanity—and the lives of those around him.

With YOUR NAME, IN FIRE, new author Kera Emory spins a modern, deconstructed vampire tale with a black sense of humor and a deeply nerdy heart.




Keith C Blackmore


In a near deserted coastal village, odd things are happening.

Strangers are asking questions about the town’s recluse. A local hunter discovers naked footprints in the snow. The stray dog population has ceased to exist.

And with winter’s most powerful weapon bearing down, things are about to become much, much worse.

A werewolf book.
Not a romance.
Not at all.



A Solitude of Stars

Belle Celine


In the wake of her mother’s sudden death, Avery Strouer finds herself shuffled off to the grandparents her mother never spoke about. Previously unaware of her existence, the Strouer’s can’t be bothered with getting to know her. So they do what they did with their own daughter sixteen years before…they send her off to boarding school.

It is there at Braunworth Hall that what’s left of Avery’s life turns to chaos.

The sudden disappearance of her room-mate launches a turn of events that has Avery walking a very precarious line between reality and perception. Though there’s no love lost between them, Avery can’t help but be bothered by her room-mate’s abrupt disappearance…and the gut feeling that she had something to do with it.

Suddenly, she can no longer trust herself any more than she can trust the mysterious guy who seems intent on earning her trust or her new room-mate, the polar opposite of her last. But that’s the least of her problems.

In those hallowed halls there exists a connection to her mother, however tenuous. If she’s lucky, it will be something more than the madness that she seems predestined for. And if she’s not so lucky, it will be her life that hangs in the balance.



No Dogs in Philly

Andy Futuro


In a futuristic Philadelphia, someone is killing blue-eyed girls and they are good. The mysterious Gaespora have contracted tough-as-nails PI Saru Solan to find a very special girl who may be host to a wrathful alien entity known as the Blue God. Saru must outwit the hunters and find their prey before she becomes just another murder victim.

Armed with implants, a brain-linked pistol, and a cattle-prod, Saru must battle the servants of the Hungry God, the zombie-like elzi, and the skin-stealing feasters, in a desperate bid to save the special blue-eyed girl. If Saru fails, all of humankind may face extinction.


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