This is my stop for the blog tour for a book of Collective Darkness, a horror anthology by various authors that recently published. This tour is taking place on blog from 5th to 19th of September. So make sure you guys check out the rest of the tours’ stops too! I’d like to thank Elizabeth Suggs, one of the Collective Darkness author for inviting me to join this awesome book blog tour’s.
Follow the tour;
September 5 – https://www.ericarobynreads.com/review-archive/
September 7 – https://www.mybookaday.blogspot.com
September 8 – https://feedreader.com/observe/bookreviewsandmorebykathy.com
September 9 – http://communitybookstop.blogspot.com/
September 10 – https://www.wishfulendings.com/
September 11 – https://lindasbookbag.com/
September 14 – https://biblioleviosa.home.blog/
September 15 – https://www.editingmee.com/blog
September 16 – https://linktr.ee/crossroadreview
September 17 – http://taffyscandy.blogspot.com/
September 18 – http://bonnieharris.blogspot.com/
September 19 – https://utahgrafffamily.blogspot.com/
Are you afraid of the dark? Maybe after reading Collective Darkness, a horror anthology, you will be. Collective Darkness has twelve Utah authors, four audiobook narrators, three editors, and many more helping hands to make sure your reading experience is truly one horror.
“Feast” will make it so you’ll never want to love again, and “The Fallout” will have you questioning dark fog.
We have twelve Utah authors, four audiobook narrators, three editors, and a myriad of other helping hands that have gone into this project to really make your read the most enjoyable kind of horrifying.
Read… if you dare.
My Rating(s) : 🌟🌟🌟🌟
Collective Darkness: A Horror Anthology is a collection of stories that range from the mildly spooky to the ones that will give you full body chills. These stories are just screaming to be read out loud to your friends or family to share in the creepiness!
This is such an awesome anthology! It is suitable for someone who looking for a quick read and short stories. This is so relaxing. I think this is another collection that would be especially great for readers that are just getting into the genre as this has a nice variety with different levels of intensity, but nothing too dark.
Full disclosure: I was given a free copy of this book from the editor in exchange for an honest review.
As for anthologies, I’ll rate each story separately below;
Feast by Edward Suggs – 3/5 🌟
Padua’s Eyes by Jonathan Reddoch – 4/5 🌟
Pond Scum by Alex Child – 4/5 🌟
Brisket, Please by Becca Rose – 5/5 🌟
The Figure in the Mirror by Brandon Prows – 5/5 🌟
Red Flag by K.R. Patterson – 3/5 🌟
Crimson Snow by Austin Slade Perry – 5/5 🌟
The Last Light by B. Todd Orgill – 4/5 🌟
Polter Geist by Jen Ellwyn – 2.5/5 🌟
The Fallout by Chris Jorgensen – 3/5 🌟
The Breathing Wall by Samuel Smith – 3/5 🌟
Into the Dark by Elizabeth Suggs – 5/5 🌟
Elizabeth is the creator of Editing Mee, the publishing and editing company for Collective Darkness and Little Darkness. Her mission is to help
writers when it comes to publishing and editing. She’s always had a passion for writing and helping people, which is how she ended up creating
an anthology with some of her favorite new-and-upcoming writers.
Okay everyone, if you like or subscribe to the social media channels, you will receive a free copy of Little Darkness, a companion copy to Collective Darkness.
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Go and grab the chance!!