Monday, May 11, 2015

Introducing Once upon a Nightmare: A Collection by Cherie Reich

Today I'm helping out a blogging friend all of you know and love. Does this face look familiar?



You probably know Cherie Reich from her blog, where she regularly supports other authors in their own book releases. It's always exciting to help out someone who's a true giver!


Cherie's book, Once Upon a Nightmare: A Collection, published April 30th. You can get your copy on Amazon for $2.99. Here's the cover:




Keep reading to learn more about Cherie's great new book. And be sure to buy a copy!

Blurb:


A monster hunts us. After hibernating for a decade, it’s ravenous. We long to stop this nightmare, but the end of the road is far. There is no waking up once a legend sets its sights on you.

Disappearances every ten or so years make little impact on the small town of New Haven, Virginia. Hikers get lost. Hunters lose the trail. Even when a body is discovered, the inhabitants’ memories last about as long as the newspaper articles.

No one connects the cases. No one notices the disappearances go back beyond Civil War times. No one believes a legendary monster roams the forests in Southwestern Virginia.

I don’t either until the truck breaks down on an old mountain trail. Cell phones won’t work in this neck of the woods. It’s amazing how much a person can see by starlight alone. So what if we can’t feel our fingers or toes as we hike toward the main road. How many more miles left to go?

Crrraaack!

Hear that noise?

Bio:


Cherie Reich



Cherie Reich has more books than she can ever read and more ideas than she can ever write, but that doesn't stop this bookworm from trying, even if it means trying to curb her TV addiction. She is a speculative fiction writer and library assistant living in Virginia. Her short stories have appeared in magazines and anthologies, and her books include the paranormal horror collection Once upon a Nightmare and the fantasy series The Foxwick Chronicles and The Fate Challenges. Reborn is her debut novel. She is a member of the Virginia Writers Club, Valley Writers, and Untethered Realms. For more information about her and her work, please visit her website and blog.


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47 comments:

  1. I definitely know that face! Cherie rocks. Awesome author.

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    1. She does rock! I'm hoping to get around to reading this soon. I FINALLY found my Kindle. It was lost for the first full week of my move.

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  2. Yep. I know the face. Cherie's the best!

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  3. congrats to lady Reich

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  4. Thanks to you Stephanie, Now I know that face. It sounds like a nail-biting story to keep one riveted to the book.
    Hope you have a great day Stephanie.
    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. Thank you, JB! I do hope the story is a nail-biting one. :)

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  5. Know here indeed. Congrats too, Cherie!

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  6. Congrats, Cherie! Good luck with your release.

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  7. This is not something you'd want to read right before bedtime. I'm just saying.

    Great book review.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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    1. Yeah, it's probably a better read in the daytime hours. I would recommend not reading it outdoors either, especially around a forest. :)

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  8. I've been seeing this book a lot around the blogs today! Congratulations, Cherie!

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  9. Oh sounds like an interesting book; might have to check it out! That's an awesome eery cover!

    betty

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    1. Thank you, Betty! The cover was a pre-made created by Amygdala Design. As soon as I saw it, I thought it was perfect for the collection.

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  10. What a lovely face! Best of luck to Cherie.

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  11. Congratulations, Cherie!

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  12. yay, Cherie!! Once Upon a Nightmare sounds super creepy (in a good way!)

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    1. Thank you, Beth! I like to think my collection is super creepy in a good way. :)

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  13. Congrats, Cherie! This sounds awesome.

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  14. Thank you so much for promoting Once upon a Nightmare on your blog, Stephanie! I appreciate it!

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  15. I do recognize Cherie! And I recognize her newest book. Great job getting the word out, Cherie. Congrats

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  16. Congrats on the new book and right at the end of A to Z-You had so much to do! This book sounds intriguing in every way. Quite freaky. Actually this happened to my ex who was in the very back part of their yard(country). he and his friend were so scared since they heard this cracking noise...turned out to be their horse Peanuts

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    1. Thank you, Birgit! They're lucky it turned out to be their horse instead of a monster! The first story in the collection is loosely based on what happened to some friends and me when we went driving around one December night. Our adventure ended up much better than the story too.

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  17. Love that blurb. And am more than a bit frightened about how much of it is true. We live in a scary world. And some writers show us...

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  18. This sounds awesome! Congratulations on the new book.

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  19. Ooh, Cherie, this sounds really scary!

    Hey there, Steph:)

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  20. Keep at it Cherie! Passion is what keeps us going.

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  21. Wow, great cover! And such a fascinating premise. You had me at Civil War, heh!

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  22. Sounds like a scary read.

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  23. Congratulations, Cherie!

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  24. That's a really well-written blurb. She sounds like she's on a winner :)

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  25. I have this collection and I can't wait to read it. Soon! :)

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  26. Sounds interesting! Thanks for featuring her. You're also an extremely giving author.

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  27. Love the blurb!

    Hope you're having a great evening, Steph.

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  28. Cherie's story sounds amazing Stephanie. Sounds a bit like the Ivan Milat backpacker murders in Australia. Unfortunately not a work of fiction! Ugh!

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