July Calls For Chilling Books

Battle the heat with all kinds of chills. From a story set in the North Pole to the chills from a creepy fantasy book, take time to cool off with these great recommendations from the authors of Dark Oak Press and Media. And thank you for reading and reviewing our work!

  • Mystery – The Blood in Snowflake Garden by D. Alan Lewis
  • Non-fiction – Tales from the French Quarter by Kalila Smith
  • Young Adult – Return To Easa by J. L. Mulvihill
  • Literary – Tales From A Goth Librarian II by Kimberly Richardson

 

 

June Is Catch-up Month

You’re half-way through the year and it’s time to kick that reading into high gear if you’re behind on your plan. Busy summer schedules will test your ability to stay on track but never fear. The authors of Dark Oak Press and Media have another group of ideas for you. Short story collections abound in this month’s recommendations. You can get to the end of the story quicker with those while leaving you time to read a longer tale as well.

  • Fantasy – The Stone Maiden and Other Tales
  • Literary – Mabon & Pomegranate by Kimberly Richardson
  • Non-fiction – Miami’s Dark Tales by Kalila Smith
  • Young Adult – Sarah Miller and the Missing Necklace by Heather Stowe
  • Mystery – Malice in Memphis Ghost Stories Edited by Carolyn McSparren

Picking Out Summer Reading In May

Summer is around the corner and books are an important part of relaxing by the pool or camping in the woods. Murder mysteries are great for fireside camping chills or maybe you prefer reading that vampire story under the safety of the sun. Here are some recommendations from the authors of Dark Oak Press and Media. Don’t forget to review the stories!

  • Young Adult – The Elysian Chronicles: A Prophecy Forgotten by M.B. Weston
  • Fantasy – Crimson Kiss by Trisha Baker
  • Steampunk – The Lightning Bolts of Zeus by D. Alan Lewis
  • Fantasy – Galen by Allan Gilbreath
  • Literary – Tales From A Goth Librarian by Kimberly Richardson
  • Mystery – Malice In Memphis Elmwood: Stories to Die For Edited by Carolyn McSparren

 

 

 

March Madness Reading Multiple Books

Embrace the madness and step up your reading with two or three books this month and maybe even read outside of your normal genre. Here is a selection of books from the authors of Dark Oak Press and Media to explore. Don’t forget to write reviews of the books you’re reading this year.

  • Young Adult – The Raven’s War
  • Non-fiction – Afterlife Mysteries Revealed
  • Literary – Paper Garden and Other Stories
  • Fantasy – Knight of the Dove
  • Science Fiction – Star’s Fire

 

 

Keep Warm In January – Cozy up with a book!

January is on average the coldest month of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. It’s time to pick a new book to enjoy as you snuggle up by the fire. Here’s another selection from the authors of Dark Oak Press and Media to choose from.

  • Romance – Dark Passion
  • Fantasy – Chalice Moon
  • Non-Fiction – Seance Experiments
  • Young Adult – When Dragons Sleep
  • Literary – Allan Gilbreath A Short Story Collection