Review: Unsympathetic Magic (Esther Diamond Series Book #3) by Laura Resnick
Esther is back! And she's dressed as a bisexual drug addict crack whore! Holy Moses, what has she been doing? Oh, just getting hot and heavy with Det. Lopez (when he isn't convinced she's nuts), acting on a major TV show (hence the outfit), and running into monsters on the streets of Harlem. That's what you get for being a good samaritan in New York. Unsympathetic Magic is a GraveTells Recommended Read!
December 14, 2011
Book Tour & Gìveaway: Author Louisa Bacio on voodoo warnings while writing Chains of Silver
Are you superstitious?
I don’t mean simply saying “bread and butter” if you’re walking with someone and need to split around a pole or a trash can. But, really … like afraid to cross someone known to practice witchcraft or invite spirits into your life?
What about Voodoo? I’ve got a healthy respect for Voodoo and its practices. I don’t know too much about the religion and at the same time I don’t want to delve too deeply into it. And, I certainly don’t want to get on anyone’s “naughty” list for being disrespectful.
December 8, 2011
Review: Dead Girls Are Easy (Nicki Styx Book 1) by Terri Garey
When Nicki Styx wakes up in the hospital, the last thing she's expecting is a super hottie of a doctor and a new ability to go along with her near death experience. She just wants to get home and back to work in her vintage clothing store with her best friend Evan, maybe get a date with Dr. Joe, and move on with her life. But when a friend who was dabbling in voodoo dies and asks her for help, her world gets turned upside down and shaken, not stirred. Dead Girls Are Easy is a GraveTells Recommended Read!
October 6, 2011
Review: Brand New Cherry Flavor (Re-release) by Todd Grimson
Lisa Nova has a problem. She’s recently found out the guy that she’s been sleeping with to advance her career has totally gone back on his side of the bargain of tradin’ tail for work in the movies. So what is a girl to do? Oh, yeah. She finds a voodoo witch doctor to get revenge and finds herself at the center of a slasher film come to life, complete with bizarre rituals, drugs, zombies, shrunken heads, ugly tattoos, transsexuals, murder, and a couch made from white jaguar skin. Sound crazy? It is. A veritable roller coaster ride, experienced in a disconnected dream-like state through the eyes of protagonist Lisa, that ends with no promise of sunny skies ahead.
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