Welcome to this, the first post in what I hope will be a long-running book review blog. Posts will primarily focus on Science-Fiction and Fantasy titles, with an occasional dip into other genres such as crime, and will include the following content:
- Book Reviews
- Graphic Novel Reviews
- Author Interviews
- “Authors You Should Read” – Posts highlighting authors of Fantasy and Science-Fiction titles that I love, with a particular focus on authors who perhaps aren’t as well known as I think they ought to be, or are just starting out
“A Lovecraftian horror tale inspired by Native American Myths during Colonial times”
My name is Ahmed Alameen, I am contacting you to see if you are interested in reviewing Harvest Nights.
Harvest Nights is a story told through a young boy named Chua (Snake), who narrates the story of how the days were gone and replaced by nights when a strange shooting star appeared in the sky in 1811 Colonial America (Great Comet of 1811). During those dreadful nights, Chua, and later three other people, will have to survive the other worldly creatures that will stop at nothing to eat. A Lovecraftian horror story featuring famous historical figures and creatures inspired by Native American myths.
Harvest Nights is a quick read that will not be quickly forgotten, a 21740 words of gut wrenching horror that will leave you contemplating before you can finally put the book down. The book will be released by the end of the year, and I wish to have an honest review that can get the attention of readers who are starving for scary stories.
Thank you very much. I look forward to hearing from you.
All best wishes,
I’m intrigued and very interested – please drop me an email via my Contact page with the details of the book!