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¹ Read ✓ When the Clock Strikes Thirteen by Astrid Ohletz è Something to get you in the mood for halloweenYep this series of short stories is ideal for this time of the year As with many collections like this some are rather good and others less so I really enjoyed the first few, the last few a little less, but overall still good fun and short enough that they re worth your time.
I normally don t rate books I am in, but this collection of my fellow paranormal authors was an eloquently written masterpiece of lesbian fiction that I fell into on the first page and couldn t stop reading I won t rate my own work as that would be a bit presumptuous, but the rest of the ladies in this wonderful work have done a marvelous job I will be reading my story on Lizzie s Bedtime Stories for the Halloween special on Oct 30th.
Book provided by Ylva Publishing to review As a long term admirer of the fantasy genre, it was truly a pleasure to receive this anthology to review A compilation of spine chilling shorts, this publication comprises works from a range of lesbian fiction authors such as Emma Weimann, Joan Arling and Erzabet Bishop, of which I am somewhat familiar, and it is through these that we perceive the darkness of night, the curiousness of the paranormal, and the strangeness of love all of which can happen When the Clock Strikes Thirteen A wonderful commingling of writing styles, interesting characters and the unmistakably eeriness of the other world, When the Clock Strikes Thirteen offers a splendiferous yes, splendiferous collection of enjoyable reads that pervade the subconscious mind and leave you wanting My favourites were undo Hit and miss series of urban fantasy shorts the first story was the best the third was also pretty good all the others were pretty poor particularly the werewolf one was basically a straight story with the pronouns changed, and ridiculous that they would have sex in the middle of a hostage crisis.
Something to get you in the mood for halloweenYep this series of short stories is ideal for this time of the year As with many collections like this some are rather good and others less so I really enjoyed the first few, the last few a little less, but overall still good fun and short enough that they re worth your time.
I normally don t rate books I am in, but this collection of my fellow paranormal authors was an eloquently written masterpiece of lesbian fiction that I fell into on the first page and couldn t stop reading I won t rate my own work as that would be a bit presumptuous, but the rest of the ladies in this wonderful work have done a marvelous job I will be reading my story on Lizzie s Bedtime Stories for the Halloween special on Oct 30th.
Book provided by Ylva Publishing to review As a long term admirer of the fantasy genre, it was truly a pleasure to receive this anthology to review A compilation of spine chilling shorts, this publication comprises works from a range of lesbian fiction authors such as Emma Weimann, Joan Arling and Erzabet Bishop, of which I am somewhat familiar, and it is through these that we perceive the darkness of night, the curiousness of the paranormal, and the strangeness of love all of which can happen When the Clock Strikes Thirteen A wonderful commingling of writing styles, interesting characters and the unmistakably eeriness of the other world, When the Clock Strikes Thirteen offers a splendiferous yes, splendiferous collection of enjoyable reads that pervade the subconscious mind and leave you wanting My favourites were undo Hit and miss series of urban fantasy shorts the first story was the best the third was also pretty good all the others were pretty poor particularly the werewolf one was basically a straight story with the pronouns changed, and ridiculous that they would have sex in the middle of a hostage crisis.
Most short story collections are a mixed bag and this included I m into ghost stories and hauntings than paranormal romance but there s a little of everything in here so it makes everyone happy.
Midnight Messages by Lois Cloarec Hart 4A bit predictable but a good place to start out.
Batteries not Included by L.
T Smith 3Kind of all over the place and I found it didn t really hold my attention until it was almost finished.
Lost and Found by Emma Weimann 3.
5Felt a bit longer so a bit time to get invested however it just kind of ended w o much of a conclusion Felt like a preview than a short story.
Chrysalis by Joan Arling 2Didn t really fit with the rest of the collection and I didn t really get the point of it all.
Sisters of the Moon by Diane Marina 4.
5I liked this one the best out of the collection It captured and held my attention as well as felt like a complete story though I would definitely be interested in reading a longer version.
Wolf Moon by Erzabet Bishop 3Werewolves aren t really my thing and neither is having sex during a ho Seven Lesbian Paranormal Short StoriesMidnight Messages Lois Cloarec Hart Luce Sheppard Can T Ignore It Any Longer She Has To Make A Decision And Time Grows Short But Refusing To Make A Decision Is A Decision, And She Retires To Bed, Prepared To Accept The Results Of Her Non Decision That Night An Unexpected Midnight Visitor Lands On Her Doorstep Keira Keller, A Distraught Teenager, Has Lost Her Way Home After A Disastrous Party Luce Steps In To Help And In Doing So Receives Answers To Questions She Didn T Know She D AskedBatteries Not Included LT Smith Alex Stevens Is A Workaholic And A Loner Nothing And Nobody Can Get Past The Cool Exterior And Solitary Walls She Has Painstakingly CreatedUntil One Night In October One Night That Makes Her Step Back And Reassess What It Means To Be AliveLost And Found Emma Weimann Laura Sullivan Flees To Her Grandparents Old Cottage To Escape The Haunting Memories Of Finding Her Brother In Bed With Her Girlfriend But Even In Rural Ireland, Tranquility Is Easier To Find Than Peace Especially When She Meets An Otherworldly Being That Leaves Her A Reminder She Didn T Count OnChrysalis Joan Arling Tara Is A Nice Little Girl Her Friends, On The Other Hand, Are Peculiar A Breeze Of A Story Or The Other Way RoundSisters Of The Moon Diane Marina The Week Before Halloween, Nicole Joins Her Friends On A Local Ghost Tour In Addition To Visiting Spooky Sights And Haunted Grounds, She Meets An Enticing Woman Who Makes Her Spine Tingle Who Is The Mysterious Stranger And How Will The Encounter End Wolf Moon Erzabet Bishop Seeking Diversion From Her Job As A bookstore Manager, Lindsay Goes To A Halloween Party At A Convention Center And Finds Much Than She Bargained ForWerewolf Detective Taggert Responds To A Bomb Threat At The Convention Center An Explosive Situation, Especially When Raw Chemistry Hits Them Full ForceCan Lindsay Open Her Heart And Accept The Fierce Love Of A Red Hot Shifter, Or Will They Go Their Separate Ways Love Bites RG Emanuelle New Orleans Vampires Jodi Goes To The Former And Finds The Latter She Feels A Mysterious Pull That Leads Her To The Big Easy And To Freedom, Passion, And The Startling Revelation Of What Having Too Many Daiquiris Can Make Her Do One of the really neat things about this style of book is that as an anthology, you get the opportunity to try a number of author s styles in one go to see what fits your personal preferences You can then use these novellas as a basis to make an informed judgement about which authors to follow Undoubtedly, not all of them will be to your taste, but that s no reason not to buy this style of book.
For me, as a collection, it works really well and I enjoyed it immensely My personal favourite was Sisters of the moon by Diane Marina Like all the stories in this collection, it s well written and ends in such a way to make you ask questions and develop the characters stories for yourself, making it a personal experience.
Speaking personally, all seven stories are worth your time in reading and take you through a range of emotions Mi Great stories except the first one but that s only because I couldn t see pass the tragedy Don t like when writers use it to tell a story The best was Lost and Found, loved it Plan to Google Emma and ask her about continuing the story that s how into it I was, gave it an extra read as well lol I was also under the impression that short stories were stories that told everything in a short amount of pages but still told EVERYTHING these stories abruptly ended each time it was annoying as all hale They were still good though even though Sister s of the Moon left me with questions than answersbut good A 2014 GCLS Award FinalistSweet and SpookyThis is a collection of seven individual stories written by seven very talented women All of them are wonderful romances with an other worldly twist I was captivated and moved by the words these remarkable women wove I will be searching for from all of them Well done



Midnight Messages by Lois Cloarec Hart 4A bit predictable but a good place to start out.
Batteries not Included by L.
T Smith 3Kind of all over the place and I found it didn t really hold my attention until it was almost finished.
Lost and Found by Emma Weimann 3.
5Felt a bit longer so a bit time to get invested however it just kind of ended w o much of a conclusion Felt like a preview than a short story.
Chrysalis by Joan Arling 2Didn t really fit with the rest of the collection and I didn t really get the point of it all.
Sisters of the Moon by Diane Marina 4.
5I liked this one the best out of the collection It captured and held my attention as well as felt like a complete story though I would definitely be interested in reading a longer version.
Wolf Moon by Erzabet Bishop 3Werewolves aren t really my thing and neither is having sex during a ho Most short story collections are a mixed bag and this included I m into ghost stories and hauntings than paranormal romance but there s a little of everything in here so it makes everyone happy.
One of the really neat things about this style of book is that as an anthology, you get the opportunity to try a number of author s styles in one go to see what fits your personal preferences You can then use these novellas as a basis to make an informed judgement about which authors to follow Undoubtedly, not all of them will be to your taste, but that s no reason not to buy this style of book.
For me, as a collection, it works really well and I enjoyed it immensely My personal favourite was Sisters of the moon by Diane Marina Like all the stories in this collection, it s well written and ends in such a way to make you ask questions and develop the characters stories for yourself, making it a personal experience.
Speaking personally, all seven stories are worth your time in reading and take you through a range of emotions Mi Great stories except the first one but that s only because I couldn t see pass the tragedy Don t like when writers use it to tell a story The best was Lost and Found, loved it Plan to Google Emma and ask her about continuing the story that s how into it I was, gave it an extra read as well lol I was also under the impression that short stories were stories that told everything in a short amount of pages but still told EVERYTHING these stories abruptly ended each time it was annoying as all hale They were still good though even though Sister s of the Moon left me with questions than answersbut good A 2014 GCLS Award FinalistSweet and SpookyThis is a collection of seven individual stories written by seven very talented women All of them are wonderful romances with an other worldly twist I was captivated and moved by the words these remarkable women wove I will be searching for from all of them Well done

Astrid Ohletz

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