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Thursday, October 31, 2013

...And They All Lived Happily Ever After! by Crystal Connor (Spotlight)

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Horror, Science Fiction, Dark Fantasy
Publication.Date  August 14, 2012
Published By:  Createspace
WebsiteCrystal Connor 

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Crystal Connor's ...And They All Lived Happily Ever After! is a collection of short fables not meant for children; but for those who enjoy the madness of nightmares.

In the 'Queen's Pawn' you'll visit a magical kingdom full of wonder and splendor only to come to the sickening realization that when the Queen had a message...she sends her pawns.

The perils of eating forbidden fruit have been cautioned against since the Book of Genesis, but will our urban princess in 'The Apple' heed those warnings?

Embark on a mystical and treacherous quest to reach 'The Ruins', located in place so sacred that is should never be visited by mortal man.

These are just a few of the adventures you'll have as you explore the dark imagination of Crystal Connor. Fourteen short stories of horror, science fiction, and fantasy; 65,306 words of terror by a single author who clearly intends to one day be known as a Master in the genre.

Monsters, Women, and Villains (oh my)!

Washington State native Crystal Connor is a horrorpreneur who loves anything to do with monsters, bad guys, rogue scientific experiments, jewelry, sky-high high heel shoes and unreasonably priced hang bags.

Connor has been writing science fiction and horror since Jr. High school, has been published in various anthologies and is the author of the Spectrum Trilogy. Connor’s début novel, The Darkness, the first book in the Spectrum Trilogy was selected as a two time Award-Winning Finalist in the 2011 International Book Awards in the fiction categories of Cross Genre Fiction and Multicultural Fiction. Connor’s club affiliations include the Seattle Women’s Writing Group, Black Science Fiction Society and the Fictioneers. 

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