Saturday, June 9, 2018

Featured Author: Sian B. Claven

Welcome Today's Featured Author  
Sian B. Claven!!



Read between the lines.

Nestled away in a farm, surrounded by a dead forest, Amari is about to embark on her greatest adventure, or her worst nightmare. Unknown to Amari the farmhouse that they have moved into holds a sad and dark history and she will need to do everything that she can to protect her family and the dreams they have for their new home.

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Watch your back!

Tatum keeps having the strangest nightmares, but fantasy soon meets reality when the haunting woman from her dreams crosses over into her real life.

All Tatum wants to know is that she isn’t going insane, but how do you prove your sanity, when you’re the only one seeing her.

Strange murders rock Tatum’s quiet neighbourhood. She soon discovers that her nightmares, the deaths and the Skeleton are all connected.

The Prequel to Kallista. 


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I told you watch your back.

An itch that needs to be scratched.

A case that needs to be solved.

A mastermind killer on the loose.

A sister who wants answers.

Delve into the mind of The Butcher who has an itch that needs satisfying. The only way to satisfy it is to take another life. Follow Kallista, the middle child of the Metz family and younger sister of Tatum, while she pursues him, going over each case she thinks is related to him, trying to find out the truth.

Is she having a psychological break every time she sees the apparition of one of his victims, or is she actually seeing spirits that are trying to tell her what really happened?

The Butcher can’t get away with it again. His body count is getting too high. Sooner or later the odds won’t be in his favour and they’re not in Kallista’s either; but she’s too busy obsessing over him to see the obvious coming for her.

Death comes to those who do not see.

The Culling


The Culling


Twenty Elders came to their rescue.

Twenty cities across the world were established.

Twenty cities across the world were safe.

Twenty cities middle children went to Nirvana.

In a world enveloped in darkness, where demons surround every inch of the globe. Twenty safe Zones have been set up and are protected by the Lord, and his Elders. Each year one Zone sends out their next generation of Middle Born Children to reach Nirvana and spend the rest of their lives with the Lord.

Only once outside the Zone, they are left to wonder if faith alone is enough to protect them from the darkness of the world.

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Happy Holidays Anthology:

The Happy Holidays Anthology is a collection of fourteen fun, funny or fulfilling short stories from all over the world.

This anthology has been created for the reader who is caught up in the stress of the holiday season, providing stories that you can dip into at the end of a tiring day or perhaps while planning who will spend what day with which part of the family.

Fourteen authors each created a story especially for this anthology – with stern instructions to provide stories that entertain. This is all in support of World Literacy, so when you read this book you can feel good about supporting a worthy cause whilst having a chuckle!

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About Sian B. Claven:

Hailing from Johannesburg South Africa, Sian B. Claven has enjoyed stories for all her life, whether she was reading them or making them. She has written for as long as she can remember, but Ensnared is the first book she decided to publish. Moving towards writing more for the horror / paranormal thriller genre, Sian has subsequently published the first two books in The Butcher Books series, Tatum and Kallista. When Sian isn’t thinking of ways to terrify people, she enjoys writing science fiction stories, poetry and rather long and gushy birthday wishes. When she isn’t working on her writing you can find her knitting, scrapbooking, reading, or playing Xbox. Sian previously reviewed for The Blithering Bibliomaniacs and still reviews in her private capacity. She clearly doesn’t know what the words rest and relaxation mean, at least not in the traditional sense.


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