Monday, June 5, 2017

Horror In June? How about More Excitement from #IWSG?

Yes to Horror in June because J. H. Moncrieff is my Featured Follower.

Who is J.H. Moncrieff? Her blog says she "has been obsessed with psychological suspense, mysteries, and true crime for as long as she can remember. She’s endlessly fascinated by what makes people tick and has visited many of the world’s most haunted places." 

So, are you ready for a few bone-shaking, nail-biting tales? Here you go!



The Girl Who Talks to Ghosts is her latest. Is this a great cover, or what?

 "J.H. Moncrieff is a bold new voice in horror and supernatural suspense." - Chuck Wendig, New York Times Bestselling Author of Blackbirds

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City of Ghosts. 

On the day the villagers were forced to flee Hensu, not everyone got out alive.

***** Review
"The characters came to life and I couldn't stop worrying about them! The writing,characterization, structure--everything that makes a reader keep turning pages--contributed to this outstanding novel. Thanks for an incredible read!"
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My Email Connect Followers are in for a treat this month with two free book offers from this author. Thanks, J.H.

You can check out her other books as well and connect with the author here.
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Goodreads Book of the Month is The Secret Garden














Don't Miss June 7 #IWSG Post. Big News













 Welcome to two new #IWSG Admins.


Pat Hatt, our Twitterer for @The IWSG

Nick Wilford, our man on the Contests Page.


Quote of the Week: "Searchers after horror haunt strange, far places." 

H. P. Lovecraft

53 comments:

  1. Big congratulations to JH - two books at one time!
    Pat and Nick will do an awesome job.

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  2. Ooh, these books look great. Can never resist anything horror!

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    1. Then you've got a great selection here.

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  3. Congratulations to JH. I'm not a big fan of horror, but I can understand its allure. On the other hand, I have read quite of bit of Lovecraft and Poe... :D

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    1. Poe can me the shivers just typing his name.

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    2. You're in luck, Bish! These two books are supernatural suspense, so even people who don't like horror have enjoyed them.

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  4. Sounds like two great tales indeed. Twitterer, say that three times fast haha Big news indeed coming to be.

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  5. Great covers! I enjoy a good horror story every now and then.

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    1. They're better than caffeine to keep you awake.

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  6. Well these certainly qualify as 'horror'. Perfect for a group read in the dark, outside by a dying fire pit.

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    1. Actually, they're supernatural suspense, but I have some other books that are horror. :D

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  7. that's a whola lotta ghosts!

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  8. Congrats to JH - and to our new admins, Nick and Pat.

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  9. Hi Lee - and JH .. love the covers - they certainly evoke some challenging encounters ... good luck I say. Cheers Hilary

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    1. Hi Hilary. Glad you like the covers. I thought they were great, too.

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  10. I am noodling an idea for a ghost story as well. Good luck with the new release J H!

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  11. Congratulations to JH! I've been feeling like some horror lately too.

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    1. Spookiness is always a treat. I'm really keen on it come October.

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  12. JH is great! Her blog is so much fun, and I really enjoy reading it. Congrats to her on her new releases. :)

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  13. Ooooh. Congratulations to JH. I am people obsessed, and my partner is true crime obsessed. And sometimes truth is definitely stranger, creepier, scarier than fiction.

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  14. Going ghostly where no obsessed No 1 seller has gone before, you'll see...

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  15. Congrats to a brave gal who has 2 books out and doesn't let fear get the best of her!

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  16. Congrats to JH. I've been seeing the one book getting around the interwebs. Always enjoy the blog too.

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  17. Thanks so much for featuring me this month, Lee! And thanks to everyone for their kind comments.

    These books are supernatural suspense, so those who don't like horror will be able to handle them! :)

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  18. Fun happenings for June! Looking forward to hearing the IWSG news.

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  19. Horror can go with any month if you are in the right frame of mind. :) Best of luck to JH! Awesome covers!
    ~Jess

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  20. Great stuff and suspense filled no doubt.

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  21. J. H. Moncrieff is obsessed with true crime. I used to listen to these podcasts that had sorts of true crimes. I'll have to remind myself of the site. But I also listed to this podcast called SERIAL which was getting quite the debut, its latest series was about a pakistani american who was accused of killing his ex-gf.

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  22. I love suspense and supernatural! Congrats J.H. The covers are fabulous! Thanks for spotlighting J.H. this month Lee.

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  23. Congratulations to J.H.! I love seeing her success. And, of course, I'm a fan of horror and supernatural suspense.

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  24. J.H's covers are amazing - I'll definitely be reading these books, in the daytime, with the light on!

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  25. A huge congratulations to J.H. on the release of two books and to the two new #IWSG Administrators.

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  26. Those are both really intriguing covers.

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  27. Congrats to JH! They sound like intereresting stories!

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  28. Nice feature! And I was thrilled to click on City of Ghosts and find that it is free for Kindle right now. I'm a sucker for horror or dark fiction/suspense.

    By the way, I finally got around to ordering Double Negative (right before you had your sale, lol, of course) and am champing at the bit to get to it. I have a couple things in line before it, but I'll be sure to let you know when I start reading it!

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    1. I'll have to click on that link, too! Thanks for buying DN. I always get excited when someone I know is about to read my books.

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  29. These books sound enticingly spooky. I love ghost stories. I have my copy of the Secret Garden. For some reason I've never read it, until now. Looking forward to the discussion. A busy month is June.


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  30. These books sound enticingly spooky. I love ghost stories. I have my copy of the Secret Garden. For some reason I've never read it, until now. Looking forward to the discussion. A busy month is June.


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    1. It's very melodramatic, but I can see why it's a classic.

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  31. Both books sound awesome! And that blurb from Chuck Wendig—WOW! Can't get any better than that, I think. Congrats to J.H., and much success!

    Thanks for the visit over at Quiet Laughter , Lee. Always so nice to see your name pop up in the comments :)

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    1. I love your site. Miss you when you're off having exciting experiences.

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  32. Awesome covers, and what great write-ups! Congrats JH :)

    Way cool for new IWSG admins. Wow, the site is really growing.

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  33. Awesome!!!
    I do love horror. Thanks for the book recommendations.

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