Sole survivor of a suicide pact, Ang has fallen into an underground music scene obsessed with the idea of the end of the world. But when the end finally does come, Ang and her friends don’t find the liberation they expected. Instead, those still alive are starving, strung out and struggling to survive in a world that no longer makes sense.
As Ang navigates the world’s final days, her emotional and physical instability mix with growing uncertainty and she begins to distrust her perception in a place where nothing can ever be trusted for what it seems to be.
Bleak and haunting, “PostApoc” blends poetry and punk rock, surrealism and stark imagery to tell the story of a girl wavering at the edge of her sanity.
Today we have author Rayne Hall on BA with a guest post about her ideas for writing her newest release, Storm Dancer. Click through the above banner to see other stops, what else you can learn about Rayne Hall, and more about her characters during the tour.
About Rayne Hall
Rayne Hall writes horror and fantasy fiction. Some of her stories are quirky; some are disturbing; most are dark.
She is the author of over forty books in different genres and under different pen names, published by twelve publishers in six countries, translated into several languages. Her short stories have been published in ezines, magazines and anthologies.
After living in Germany, Nepal, China and Mongolia, Rayne has settled on the south coast of England.
Interact with Rayne Hall via her website, Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads, Google+, Pinterest, and YouTube. You can grab a copy of Storm Dancer from Amazon, Kobo, Smashwords, iTunes, and Barnes and Noble
Today is Bookish Ardour’s very first author feature and we’re lucky to be able to introduce Author Elise K. Ackers and her novel Ask Me To Stay. Visit her website to see where else she has dropped by during her blog tour. Stick around till the end of the post for an eBook giveaway!
Ask Me To Stay: A Homeland Book
Released 15 April with Destiny Romance
When family tragedy brings bad boy Ethan Foster home, he doesn’t expect a warm welcome. In the small town of Hinterdown reputation is everything – and Ethan’s was ruined long ago. Nobody wants him around, particularly not Sam O’Hara, the girl he left behind.
There’s still a powerful spark between them, but Sam is afraid to risk her heart again. And Ethan is hiding a secret that will have repercussions for his whole family. Will the townspeople ever forgive him? More importantly, will those he loves the most find it in their hearts to take him back?
“This tender tale of love and redemption is the first in a brilliant new series by Elise K. Ackers, author of Small Town Storm and the bestselling The Man Plan.” – - Destiny Romance. Continue reading
The year is 1751 and Tristan Hart, a precociously talented student of medicine is studying under the legendary Dr. William Hunter in London. Tristan is fascinated by the nature of pain and preventing it; the relationship between mind and matter and the existence of God. He is a product of the Enlightenment, a rational man on a quest to cut through darkness and superstition with the scientific method.
But that is just one side of Tristan. Tristan is also a psychopath and a deviant, obsessed with the nature of pain and causing it. A product of an age of faeries and goblins, gnomes and shape-shifters, he is on a quest to arouse the perfect scream and slay the much feared folk demon Raw Head.
Profoundly imaginative, unexpectedly funny, and with a strange but moving love story at its heart, THE TALE OF RAW HEAD AND BLOODY BONES is a brutally beautiful and daring novel about the relationship between the mind and body, sex, madness, the nature of pain and the existence of God.
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