Friday, February 6, 2015

Mad as a Hatter by Catherine Stovall


Madness is a state of frenzied or chaotic activity, and that is what you will find inside the pages of ‘As Mad as a Hatter’. Walk the path of Lady Death, feel the power of freedom, fall in love, and fear the dark corners of the room with these twelve short stories and six poems from Catherine Stovall. What will you find under the top hat?

 
REVIEW
 
5 stars
 

From the very first tale to the last I was hooked. The short stories were beautifully written and never disappointed, the stories either gracefully sweet or devilishly divine. Catherine Stovall did an amazing job portraying emotions and characters that make this collection a must read. My favourite tale is the first one, Lady Death Comes To Call. I love winter and this story shows just how beautiful the season can be with a twist of whimsy. The author painted a picture that took my breath away in such a simple manner and the added tension and suspense was the extra element that made this my favourite. There are also tales of blood and darkness that will be perfect for readers that prefer some horror in their lives, like The Queen's Art which made me cringe but not stop reading. All in all, Catherine Stovall did an excellent job and I recommend this to anyone who loves to read something about everything.
 
 
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
 
 
Catherine Stovall is the author of Faire Eve, The Requiem of Humanity Series, and the short story, Fearful Day. Upcoming publications for 2013 include Bloody Freedom (Broken Mirrors, Fractured Minds Anthology) Condemned to Die (short story), Arcana: The Maiden (full length), Eternity: Requiem of Humanity Series: Book Three (full length), and Drift Back Home (short story).

Stovall is a member of the International Thriller Writers & The Fictioneers. She also enjoys working with other independent authors to spread awareness and to build a better indie community.

Catherine is a fearless creature who surrounds herself with the joys of life both in and out of her fictional worlds. She lives in Southeast Missouri with her husband, three children, and pets. When not writing, she spends her time riding motorcycles, wearing elaborate hats, and genuinely enjoying the oddities in life.
 
Make sure to visit Catherine and learn about all of her other amazing books
 
 
 


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