I've had some awesome fan art from 'trie, a concept artist who discovered The Crows via the Romancing the Gothic book club. I've shared it on my Twitter and Insta but sharing here as well with the original illustration by Tom Brown, the artist who illustrated the eBook and paperback versions of the novel. Ricky… Continue reading Fan Art!
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#AmReading: Spectred Isle by K. J. Charles
Spectred Isle by K.J. Charles My rating: 5 of 5 stars Brilliant I loved this book. We read it for a Gothic lit book club and I loved the world of 1920s London and the lost generation worked so well for this. The depiction of the War and the various experiences of those who survived… Continue reading #AmReading: Spectred Isle by K. J. Charles
Reading Group ~ 25th June 2020
Quick Announcement: Hi everyone, The Crows is now £2.99/$2.99 as it is going to be a Book Club read on 25th June! This is with the Romancing the Gothic book club, so go check out the reading schedule and other events on the website: http://www.romancingthegothic.wordpress.com. Buy the paperback and Kindle version from your preferred Amazon… Continue reading Reading Group ~ 25th June 2020
Red Cape Publishing’s Review: The Crows by C. M. Rosens
A lovely mini-review on their website! I have taken a screenshot as it's not a separate post but rather one in a list on a static page. For those with screen readers, I've copied and pasted the text. https://redcapepublishing.com/book-reviews/ I was blown away by this book, I just couldn’t put it down. There were so… Continue reading Red Cape Publishing’s Review: The Crows by C. M. Rosens
Meredith Debonnaire Book Review: The Crows by C. M. Rosens
Another wonderful review for my first novel, THE CROWS! Follow Meredith Debonnaire’s blog for some great reviews, original fiction and more. Check out her book, TALES FROM TANTAMOUNT – cover art by Tom Brown who did the internal illustrations for THE CROWS.
“You won’t fit in there, Caroline.”
This is a fantastically surprising work of gothic horror. I loved it. Every single time I thought I had an idea of what the plot was doing the plot twisted around and bit me, gleefully. So for example, at the beginning we have Carrie Rickards, who has recently left a (terrible) relationship and somewhat impulsively/compulsively bought a crumbling ruin of a house (known as the Crows) and spent all her money doing it up. And so as a reader I thought “oh yeah, gothic horror, single woman in a spooky house it’s gonna do That Thing where it’s all Atmospheric and maybe there is a plausibly deniable ghost”. And then we get the POV of her neighbour, who knows that Carrie will die in 33 days because he read it in the entrails of the girl he just killed. And for the first of…
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