It really is a great day. I’m on my way to my home state for the Great Lakes Book Bash! I am so excited. But, before I check out of here, take a look at this book trailer…
A little creepy, right? Well, here’s the book information:
Goodreads.com Description: “Leo remembers little of his past. Desperate for a new life, he snatches up the first job to come along. On his second day, he witnesses a murder, and the Shadow Fabric – a malevolent force that controls the darkness – takes the body and vanishes with it.
Determined to get answers, Leo has no idea where to turn. Revelations come in the most unlikely places, and secrets of witchcraft and ancient artefacts unfold. In particular, a device used in the 17th century to extract evil from witches proves key to his discoveries. With these truths long hidden from humankind, his memory unravels. Not only haunted by the past, a sinister presence within the darkness threatens Leo’s existence and he soon doubts everything and everyone…including himself.
The relentless and destructive power of the Shadow Fabric compels Leo to fight not only this growing darkness, but also the entity beneath the Fabric’s surface. While these supernatural horrors rage and his world crumbles, Leo must confront his past before he can embrace his future. But the future may not exist.
Bringing witchcraft and demon fiction into the 21st century
THE SHADOW FABRIC is a British horror novel revealing the unknown history of the witch, the paranormal, and demons. With a slice of occult horror and an insight into the true cause of the Great Fire of London, the story opens up history and spreads it raw.”
Twelve horror stories weave truths you do not want to hear.
The collection includes:
- Intensive Scare – Three teenagers dabble in the occult and learn there’s a good reason to be afraid of the dark.
- Red, White and Black – When a clinical trial goes horribly wrong, a lone survivor finds herself fleeing from a sentient infection.
- Meeting Mum – Introducing a new girlfriend to your parents has never been so problematic.
- Midnight Clay – An otherwise pleasant homeward journey is interrupted by a demon with a particularly grotesque skill.
From past, present, and future, each story binds the Shadow Fabric mythos tighter, revealing that everything around us is entwined with a deep-rooted darkness. And sometimes that darkness — the fabric — tears.