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Hungry Business: A Gothic Story about the Horrors of Dating by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Mandy Kneale

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Hungry Business is a short story of the dating scene in a zombie apocalypse where zombies and humans coexist. How hard can it be to find love?

Although short, it was such a fun read!
The different take on the zombie apocalypse was the highlight for me.
Definitely recommend for a little horror to get your heart pumping!

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Paula R Sayers

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My rating: 3 of 5 stars

In this tale, we are told the story of the women of Sueno through the eyes of Mercy. The women live sad lives because of the ricer witch La Llorona. Mercy is determined to live her life without the interference from La Llorona.

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Lucy Machard

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book took me a bit to get into. At first I was a little confused on what was going on, but as the story progressed, the more I couldn’t put it down. It’s a beautiful book of overcoming the past, and letting old wounds heal and to stop letting the past mistakes rule your life. I absolutely loved this book, it’s a perfect gothic horror with a gorgeous ending. I can’t recommend this book enough!

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Sara Grantham

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Powerful. Deep. Creative. These are a few of the words that come to my mind after reading this book! It was a compelling story that was artfully crafted by Maria DeBlassie. I fell in love with her writing style, and I felt so many emotions throughout Mercy’s journey.

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Taylor K Stephenson

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

~Gothic, Dark, Fairy Tale Rendition~

In a lot of ways this didn’t feel like a fairy tale. The writer does an amazing job of taking a fantastical idea and making the metaphor come to life. This felt honestly more like a biography of the women in Seuno, NM and what they have to deal with in order to stay alive. In a lot of ways, just being alive really isn’t enough.

This is such an empowering novel as well. It’s not just fluff and all of the happy endings we expect to see as readers in order to feel empowered. Maria DeBlassie includes the hardship, heartaches, and very real scenes of a young woman growing up in hardship, and what that looks like. Any young woman would do well to read this, because no matter what backgrounds we come from, we all have our own La Llorona’s we have to face in order to enter womanhood.

I will be purchasing a hardcopy of this for sure, and I am so excited to share with other female readers this haunting tale. Mercy’s journey to rebirth includes the grit we all honestly need to chase after our dreams, to never stop looking our demons in the eye and going ahead to live the lives we want to, in spite of them.

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Heidi Sturgess

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Mexico is rich is folklore and legends not just monsters and cartels 🙈😉

How the story came about the weeping woman is rather heart wrenching and frightful .

Growing up Mercy and Sherry were more like siblings than friends and neither really had it easy growing up and tensions are high with the “baptism” looming …

Mercy and Sherry have a run with La Llorona and life as they know it is about to change . Things happen to Mercy that she blame on La Llorona , she’s labelled as a witch and folks seem a little fearful but respectful of her farming skills , Sherry’s caught in an uphappy marriage and those mason jars filled with tears is just too much for me ….

Other than Sherry and Mercy I like Santos and the interest he shows and he’s not bothered by the rumour mill and Jesse James you’re a sweetheart .

P.S. Thise tears in the mason jars were put to good use 😉

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by LaliLovely

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I LOVED Weep,Woman,Weep! The storytelling is phenomenal, the vibe is magical, the writing is lovely. Though I do wish for more of this story, I’m still happy with the ending. The whole story is poetic & thought provoking & endearing . Spooky around the edges & intriguing with touches of surprise sprinkled here & there . Mercy is inspiring & her character development is fantastic. This book is definitely in my favorites now & I can’t wait to share it with my children when they’re ready.

Reviewed by @lalilovely

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Weep, Woman, Weep. by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Jennifer Ramos

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is my second DeBlassie story and I enjoyed this one as well! This story centers around the story of La Llorona, a story of a woman who went mad, drowned her own children in the water, and continues to haunt women to the same fate. Unfortunately for the women in a small town in New Mexico, the danger of enduring the same fate and the life struggles of sacrifice or willingness to stand up for what’s right is a constant plaguing factor. After losing her best friend, Mercy fights her way to break the mold and cycle of this horrible fate and she does whatever is in her ability to not become a victim herself. DeBlassie does such a great job in connecting elements of racism and domestic violence in aspects in which it is familiar and emerges as a source of the story to make those connections.

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Shannen Kern

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Weep, Woman, Weep was the second book I have read by this author, and I am not disappointed in any way. Maria DeBlassie knows how to grab you in the beginning and take you on a whirlwind adventure throughout her short stories, and I love it!

La Llorona is a spirit that is said to pull women to their deaths in the river, and no one knows how to stop her. The only line of defense they have is to ignore their sorrows and stay away from the river at night. Mercy and her best friend Sherry decide they will break their generational trauma once and for all, but after Sherry becomes inconsolable, the Weeping Woman comes for them. Mercy somehow makes it out alive, alone, but La Llorona is deeply unsettled and wants Mercy’s soul for no one should escape her deadly grasp. Will Mercy be able to break the trauma that holds over their community, or will the river woman finally get what she wants?

I love that Mercy finds her way through plant medicine, as I love anything with witchy vibes and this sure had a ton! I can’t wait to see what the author has in store next. Weep, Woman, Weep is a shorter read but it will still take you on a rollercoaster ride of emotions. I highly recommend picking this one up!

Reviewed by @shannlynn

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Santana Hicks

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My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Mercy lives in a town where most of the women are filled with sorrow. This is all thanks to the ‘weeping woman’ at the bottom of the river. After watching woman after woman fall victim to the river, Mercy and her friend Sherry make a pact to protect each other from being the next. One night Sherry is inconsolable, which attracts the weeping woman, Mercy tried with all her might to calm down her best friend. Unfortunately, she was too late. The weeping woman got Sherry. Mercy was able to escape but not without a giant target on her back. She was the one that got away and the weeping woman will not stand for it.

As years go by, Mercy is still marked but is starting to get tired of living in fear. She starts to better her life regardless of being targeted. The weeping woman will stop at nothing to get this woman who bested her.

It was hard for me to get into the story if I am being honest. There was some Spanish terminology which I had to stop and look up which took me right out of the story. Not only that but it was very slow paced and seemed to drag on. I enjoyed the story, but it took too long to get there. The book was more written like a day in the life kind of style which I am not a fan of in general.

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Carlie Del Gallo

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is not the first book that I read by this author and will not be the last! The first thing that drew me into this story was the cover art, it was immaculate! The writing and the story line is then what kept me entertained! The story was one that was super unique and was one that I had not encountered before. It gave me lots of information that I had not previously known about Mexican culture. This book was super informative and was super entertaining. I cannot wait to read more amazing books by this amazing author! This book needs to be read by everyone so that they can enjoy the wonderful story just like I did.

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Tara Johnson Barnes

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Mercy is a young girl living in Sueno, New Mexico that is doing her best to break free from the generational traumas that have befallen the women there. La Llorana is always looking for the next generation of young girls to baptize and fill with so many tears and so much sorrow that it overwhelms them. Each generation of girls does their best to avoid the banks of the river and the Weeping Woman, but few can escape the curse as she drags them into her watery depths.

A moving and unforgettable story of a young girl who fights to escape the curse of generations of women who are overtaken by pain and darkness. Mercy is strong, smart, and determined to find the light through the darkness against all odds. You cannot help but root for Mercy as she so valiantly tries to make her way in the world and overcome a curse that has taken the lives of so many women through the generations. A beautifully written story of rebirth through healing and magic.

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Lorralei Hoerner

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is my first book that I read from this author and it was really good. I like that it took me out of my normal comfort zone in my reading and the cover is beautiful.

Magic and folklore….the legend, La Llorona is haunting for sure, sadness surrounds the legend and we meet Mercy whom is trying to be careful about this legend due to her best friend was lost because of
La Llorona. Will the legend come for Mercy and never let go?

This story is very unique, surrounded by sadness and a bit of heartbreak for me as well.

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Amanda Glaspie

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Mercy is a young native woman who has been taught to not show her tears and never walk the riverside at night otherwise La Llorona will get you. She does everything in her power with her best friend Sherry to break the cycle that has plagued the women of their tiny town. Unfortunately, her Sherry does not escape the fate and we soon follow the story of Mercy and her growth. This a powerful story of a young woman who doesn’t give up, despite the hardships that are consistently thrown at her. I really enjoyed this book. It was quick and short, but so much was packed into this story and I didn’t feel like anything was lost or rushed. I truly enjoyed Mercy’s growth.

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Jennifer Gordon

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was an intriguing and engaging read, with a gothic fairytale feeling to the writing, which had me hooked from start to finish. Based on the story of La Llorona, and set in Sueño, New Mexico the storyline flows well and kept me gripped. The women of Sueño, don’t know how to live a life without sorrows, and that’s because La Llorona roams the waterways. She’s looking for the next generation of girls to baptise, by filling them with more tears than any woman should have to hold. The only way to avoid the Weeping Woman is to not walk along the riverbank at night and try to keep their sadness in check, as it’s the the pain and heartache passed down through the generations that attracts her.

Mercy lost her best friend to La Llorona, but she survived, however, she didn’t come back quite right and knows that La Llorona won’t be satisfied until she gets the one soul that got away to the bottom of the river. As Mercy enters into a battle for her life, she goes on a journey into magic, healing and rebirth, as she fights to break the chains of generational trauma. Mercy needs to reclaim her soul from ancestral hauntings and so turns to things that she knows can save her, plant medicine, pulp books, and the promise of a strong love, that not even La Llorona can stop from happening. Although a fairly short read it’s an emotional story, and I really felt for Mercy. Both her character and the New Mexico setting came to life through the descriptive narrative, making me feel immersed in the story.

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Deborah White

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and seeing where life would take Mercy and Sherry. The author has a way of telling the story of La Llorona in a magical and mystical manner that makes it intriguing and not as frightening as some other stories about La Llorona have been depicted. This is the second work of Marie DeBlassie I’ve read but the first longer workof hers and should definitely be categorized as magical realism. If you enjoy that genre or reading about young women explore life and themselves despite what they are told then you will definitely enjoy this book.

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Spidersight (Tirzah M.M. Hawkins Horror Stories) by Tirzah M.M. Hawkins – Review by Jennifer Reimer

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have to say that I wasn’t expecting the way this book was. It made me keep reading because I really needed to know what was going on with this little girl. It’s like charlotte’s web meets the thing, just no pigs. This book is from the missy’s point of view, who is a 5-year-old little girl. At first you wonder if she has a very over imaginative imagination, but when unexpected “accidents happen, missy desperately tries to make it right. This book was filled with horror, suspense, murder, tragedy, vivid detail, amazing writing, creepy vibes, that I couldn’t put it down. If you would like to have a few nightmares for a few days, love horror and spiders this book is for you. I absolutely loved this book. And the edge of the seat terror it brought that I couldn’t put it down.

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Spidersight (Tirzah M.M. Hawkins Horror Stories) by Tirzah M.M. Hawkins – Review by Shannen Kern

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I picked up this book as soon as I saw the cover and after reading the synopsis, I KNEW I had found a good one! I’m beyond excited that I didn’t miss out on this and hope to see much more from this author.

While normally people think of imaginary friends as cute and ordinary, 5-year-old Missy is about to flip your world upside down. She has a wonderful imaginary friend named Fred, and he likes to be perked on her shoulder. Did I mention Fred is a spider?! Missy sees spiders everywhere and while this would creep me out, her parents seem to think it’s just a phase. But when people start dying in mysterious circumstances, is Missy or Fred to blame?

I could NOT read this book fast enough! I plowed through it with minimal pauses, and I highly recommend picking this up. Full of creepy crawlies, horror, and plenty of action, you won’t be able to put it down!

Reviewed by @shannlynn

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Spidersight (Tirzah M.M. Hawkins Horror Stories) by Tirzah M.M. Hawkins – Review by Susan Ratchford

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Spidersight
By: Tirzah M.M. Hawkins
Review by: Susan Ratchford
4 Stars

Five year old Missy loves spiders, she sees them everywhere, they follow her everywhere, more than she can count. She even has an “imaginary” pet tarantula named Fred. She insists the eight legged creatures she sees are real but no one believes her until people start dying.
This is a book that will keep you up at night and jump from the slightest touch! I really enjoyed this unique read! Hawkins creates a world that is as creepy as it is mesmerizing. The fact that we, as the reader, are experiencing this from the perspective of a five year old makes this story even more horrifying. This book truly gave me goosebumps. Missy, Fred, and their spider friends have ensured that I will be terrified of spiders for the rest of my life. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a good scare!

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Spidersight (Tirzah M.M. Hawkins Horror Stories) by Tirzah M.M. Hawkins – Review by Jamie Truex

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

O.M.G! Let me start this by saying I was terrified of spiders before reading this book! I didn’t think it was possible to be more scared of them, but after finishing this book in one day, it has happened. I’ve seen 3 spiders since finishing the book and have darn near had a panic attack! Needless to say I loved this story! Yes it freaked me out but when a work of fiction can cause such a reaction in reality, it’s definitely a 5 star book. I felt so much empathy for Missy. She was so strong and had to deal with so much for being so young. I can only imagine the therapy she would have had to go through as an adult. Highly recommend this read!

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Spidersight (Tirzah M.M. Hawkins Horror Stories) by Tirzah M.M. Hawkins – Review by Rayne East

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Brilliant spidey thriller!

This is gripping and edge of your seat thrilling. The author weaves an intricate web of intrigue as Missy navigates her ‘friendship’ with Fred and realises there’s more to it than she first thought. This had me gasping out loud, skin crawling and heart racing it was that well written. Makes you start to question whether children’s imaginary friends are really ‘imaginary’. If you’re looking for a terrifyingly good read, look no further.

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Brandy Vaughn

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

From the first sentence I was pulled into this fabulous story. This is a story of survival, healing, and rebirth. Mercy, the main character, is our narrator and tells us the story in a down-to-earth way with spunk. Finding happiness in a world designed to do otherwise gives the story some light in the heaviness of the plot. The focus on brujeria via plant medicine was an interesting slant for me; it’s not something I normally read. The story has vivid imagery about New Mexico and life the women have to survive though in Sueno. I enjoyed this story so much, that I wish it was longer!

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Brandy Vaughn,NNovember 2022

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Trista Priest

Wow! I absolutely loved this book. The author did a wonderful job writing it as if Mercy was directly speaking to the reader. Mercy goes from being scared and sure she is going to live with La Llorona always after her. And it’s only after many years does she see recognize her own strength.

Spidersight (Tirzah M.M. Hawkins Horror Stories) by Tirzah M.M. Hawkins – Review by Kerry Baker

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I knew I was on to a good book when even the description got my heart racing. I knew right away that I had to read this book because I had to know what was going on. This book was creepy and had me on the edge of my seat in a way that only good horror does. I think it was made more tense by the fact that it was all told from a 5 year old perspective.
This is a completely new author to me and I loved reading their work. It was exciting in a way that I haven’t found in a book recently. I cannot wait to read more from them soon!

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Spidersight (Tirzah M.M. Hawkins Horror Stories) by Tirzah M.M. Hawkins – Review by Kerry Carr

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Ok where to start with this story. I enjoyed it because I was scared by it. It involved my worst fear spiders and I must admit its definitely not made me like them any more.
But it was so well written and the story was full of so many twists and turns that there was no way i was putting it down.
Add to this the fact it was Halloween and it was the perfect book to read.

Missy is a 5 year old little girl. Like some 5 year old she had an imaginary called Fred. And Fred is a spider. Like all imaginary friends no one can see him so everyone around Missy doesn’t believe he’s real.
That is until strange thing start happening when Fred is supposedly around. Things that become dangerous.
When Missy starts to realise Fred isn’t who or what she thought she needs to figure out a way to stop him. But how can a 5 year old do that?
This is a really good read that will make you question every brush of air against your skin

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Alison Risher

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

You’ve heard of generational poverty, right? Meet an entire community trapped within generational despair. The narrator is determined to escape the chains that bind those around her. Despite never moving from her tiny town, the heroine learns to harness her sadness. Eventually, it is the physical manifestation of her sadness which strengthens her and saves her.

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Spidersight (Tirzah M.M. Hawkins Horror Stories) by Tirzah M.M. Hawkins – Review by Brandy Vaughn

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I can’t believe I read this book due to my own arachnophobia. The point of view from the spider, Fred, is interesting and makes a unique character. Compassionate almost, and yet part monster that one would expect from a vampire longing to feed off of a chosen victim. Missy’s POV, shows the childlike innocence for a five year old and her favorite animal the spider (even though a spider isn’t an animal). If adults could see the size of Fred they would freak out. I know it made my skin crawl! It’s a highly unique imaginary friend to have. She’s a spunky kindergartener with a special friend. The story gets better from there and great plot for a story!

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Brandy Vaughn, November 2022

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie

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Weep, Woman, Weep: A Gothic Fairytale about Ancestral Hauntings by Maria DeBlassie
Genre- Horror, Fantasy
Page Count – 127
Cover Designer – Rachel Ross

A compelling gothic fairytale by bruja and award-winning writer Maria DeBlassie.

The women of Sueño, New Mexico dont know how to live a life without sorrows. Thats La Lloronas doing. She roams the waterways looking for the next generation of girls to baptize, filling them with more tears than any woman should have to hold. And theres not much they can do about the Weeping Woman except to avoid walking along the riverbank at night and to try to keep their sadness in check. Thats what attracts her to them: the pain and heartache that gets passed down from one generation of women to the next.

Mercy knows this, probably better than anyone. She lost her best friend to La Llorona and almost found a watery grave herself. But she survived. Only she didnt come back quite right and she knows La Llorona wont be satisfied until she drags the one soul that got away back to the bottom of the river.

In a battle for her life, Mercy fights to break the chains of generational trauma and reclaim her soul free from ancestral hauntings by turning to the only things that she knows can save her: plant medicine, pulp books, and the promise of a love so strong not even La Llorona can stop it from happening. What unfolds is a stunning tale of one womans journey into magic, healing, and rebirth.

CW: assault, domestic violence, racism, colorism

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Dr. Maria DeBlassie is a native New Mexican mestiza and award-winning writer and educator living in the Land of Enchantment. She writes about everyday magic, ordinary gothic, and all things witchy. When she is not practicing Brujeria, she’s teaching classes about bodice rippers, modern mystics, and things that go bump in the night. She is forever looking for magic in her life and somehow always finding more than she thought was there. Find out more about Maria and conjuring everyday magic at www.mariadeblassie.com.

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Spidersight (Tirzah M.M. Hawkins Horror Stories) by Tirzah M.M. Hawkins – Review by Erin Vosters

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If horror is up your alley, you should definitely read this book!
Missy is five and has a rather unusual imaginary friend, or so her parents think Fred is imaginary. Missy has a love for spiders that is border line creepy anyways but then people start dying.
Find out what Fred really is and all is the trials and tribulations that Missy has to go through.
I definitely recommend, this was such a great book!!

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Spidersight (Tirzah M.M. Hawkins Horror Stories) by Tirzah M.M. Hawkins – Review by Bobbi Wagner

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I enjoyed reading this horror story. It is full of twists and turns that had me sitting on the edge of my seat. The suspense is like no other. This is a well written story about a little girl who has an imaginary friend and no one believes her when bad things start happening. You don’t want to miss what happens with Missy and her horrifying imaginary friend. I enjoyed how I was pulled into the story by the author’s use of details to make me feel as if I was part of the story. This is a shorter story but it packs a lot of action and horror in it. I enjoyed the growth of the plot and what Missy and her friend brought to the story. I highly recommend this book.

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