Skip to main content

The Romance Reviews

The Romance Reviews

Harvest - A Chilling Audiobook Tale

The Harvest Trilogy is about to come to an epic and horrifying conclusion October 1st when the final book story, CENSUS, publishes on Amazon, but how did it begin? (PreOrder Census Here)

Inspired by a true event, Harvest begins in the town of Farley, Oklahoma with a gentleman named Dave Forrester. Dave is your average, hard-working guy with family and friends, a small farm he manages, and now and again, a few regrets. Feeling lonely, something strange and life-changing happens while driving home after a night out shooting pool with his friends. If Dave felt lonely before, he was about to feel a whole lot lonelier now....he awakens the next day to find that everyone in town has disappeared! (Order Harvest Here)

Harvest is available in eBook, paperback, and Audiobook (really the best way to experience this chilling tale). Check out this review from an Audible listener. Then, download your copy and enjoy this series!
  • pixledust 09-24-15
    Overall      ***** (4 out of 5)
    Performance    *****
    Story   *****
    "Disappearance and Reckoning."
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
    Yes, I would recommend it to those who like sci-fi, supernatural thrillers, or horror. It is a solid story with a good ending.

    Who was your favorite character and why?
    Dave's father is my favorite character, because he is hilarious. The playful banter between his parents are some my favorite scenes.

    Have you listened to any of Ron Phillips’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
    No, this is the first. He gave a sterling performance. His steady voice lends credibility to this sci-fi tale.

    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
    When Dave sees the little boy hiding in the cattle lot, it is incredibly moving. That moment captures the terror of the whole book.

    Any additional comments?
    This is a good story for this time of year (Halloween is around the corner). It is genuinely eerie. The author does a good job capturing the terror this scenario would create. She builds suspense well. She ends well. The scenes (sex and violence/gore) are not graphic, but definitely adult. This is a solid story with a good performance by the narrator. I enjoyed it.

Comments

Read Freely

ReadFree.ly

Popular posts from this blog

Entire Oklahoma Town Goes Missing, Reports of Strange Lights in the Night Sky

 PRESS RELEASE: In a bizarre and frightening turn of events, the residents of Farley, Oklahoma have gone missing overnight. A handful of long-time residents managed to escape the events that seem to have led to the disappearance of thousands in a twenty-four hour period. Dave Forrester, his mother, Lynda Forrester, and Texas native, Maggie Harris, described strange lights in the night sky, unexplained 'alien' abductions, and creatures reeking of sulfur. Officials out of Tulsa have confirmed similar events and missing people, but on a smaller scale relaying that all they have found of the missing so far are bloody clothes left behind where the persons were last seen....

Read This Story! Harvest,The Harvest Trilogy, Book I, a series inspired by a true sighting.

"This book gave me chills..." ~ Sherelle Ellis

"Oh my, I gobbled this up! The story has everything I love: aliens/UFOs, mystery, chills down my spine, and more!" ~ Brian Lane


Human greed and gluttony can …

Paperback Giveaway of The Redemption of Joseph Heinz

***GIVEAWAY***GIVEAWAY***GIVEAWAY***
ENTER to WIN your own Paperback copy of The Redemption of Joseph Heinz on Amazon! (Book III in The Checkpoint, Berlin Detective Series COMING APRIL 3rd to Amazon and KDP Select)
The contest runs through April 3rd. 2 Winners will be chosen at random and notified. Must be 18+ and live in the United States.
ENTER HERE
#contest#giveaway#paperback#books#amazon#amazongiveaway#crime#thriller#mystery#murder#international#Berlin#Checkpoint

Blogging can be lucrative!

In order to make money as a freelance writer, you pretty much have to be busy writing all the time.  Sure, you get to set your own hours, but believe this; you will be working more hours for yourself than you ever did for an employer.  One way to make money as a writer is to blog.

You can blog for yourself or for others, but the best way to earn decent scratch is to do both. (Blogger.com offers FREE blogs)

Work for yourself!

Starting your own blog is a great way to utilize your writing talents while simultaneously advertising your gift for the written word, but it will take some time.  Don't expect to suddenly be rich by espousing your personal opinions.  You have to do the research and find your niche.  Successful blogs are the ones that focus on a particular topic or category.  If you're passionate about food, you might start a blog featuring your homemade recipes, or if you're a talented gardener you might blog about how to grow produce, etc.  Stick to one area to avoid …