12 Oct 2013

WW4BB Presents: A Review of Witches, Stitches, and Bitches by Gabrielle Harbowy, Christine Morgan, Bo Balder, Stephanie Bissette-Roark, Tom Howard, Kate Brandt, Caren Gussoff, Bob Brown, Garth Upshaw, Kodiak Julian, Julie McGalliard, J.H. Fleming, Eva Langston, Camille Griep, Alaina Ewing, Rebecca Fung, Shannon Page, Katie Cord

Posted by Amanda Masters on 8:18:00 am



Blurb


A STITCH IN TIME... IS JUST THE BEGINNING OF THE STORY.

Exquisite revenge and knitted doppelgängers; heartbreak and happy endings; unicorns, doomed dogs, and penitent frogs; steampunk fairies, conflicted stepmothers, and baseball—you’ll find it all here. Our literary alchemists weave a spell of fascination, drawing you deeper and deeper, tale by tale, until escape is impossible. But you’ll enjoy every minute of the plunge. 

These sixteen deft and delightful stories involving witches, stitches, and bitches run the gamut from darkly disturbing to just plain fun. They will each take you out of the ordinary and into the world of magic, where older, weirder, or merely other rules apply. And just when you think things are all sewn up... some bitch may have a surprise for you.


Genre: AnthologyHorror
Publisher: Evil Girlfriend Media
Date of Publication: September 13th 2013 by 
ISBN: 9781940154015
pages: 282 



Witches, Stitches, and Bitches by Gabrielle Harbowy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

amazing book! amazing stories! I couldn't put it down for a second! 


Witches, Stitches, and Bitches is a book filled to the brim with the best of the best - Exquisite revenge and knitted doppelgängers; heartbreak and happy endings; unicorns, doomed dogs, and penitent frogs; steampunk fairies, conflicted stepmothers, and baseball this book has it all!


Sixteen amazing and sinful stories involving witches, stitches, and bitches goes from dark and creepy to fun and flighty from some of the greatest authors in the area of fiction. This is a book of fiction that you will not want to miss out on!


I really enjoyed reading these stories and my one of my favourites would have to be For Want of a Unicorn by Camille Griep. I have always loved unicorns and this story really intrigued me and creeped me out at the same time...lol


if you haven't read this fantastic menagerie of stories I say do so today and add it to your TBR!


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