The Culling Book Tour & Giveaway 5/31 – 7/1

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The Culling
by Sian B. Claven
Genre: Horror
Twenty Elders came to their rescue.
Twenty cities across the world were
established.
Twenty cities across the world were safe.
Twenty cities middle children went to Nirvana.
In a world enveloped in darkness, where demons surround every inch of
the globe. Twenty safe Zones have been set up and are protected by
the Lord, and his Elders. Each year one Zone sends out their next
generation of Middle Born Children to reach Nirvana and spend the
rest of their lives with the Lord.
Only once outside the Zone, they are left to wonder if faith alone is
enough to protect them from the darkness of the world.

Hailing from Johannesburg South Africa, Sian B. Claven has enjoyed
stories
for all her life, whether she was reading them or making them. She
has written for as long as she can remember, but Ensnared is the
first book she decided to publish. Moving towards writing more for
the horror / paranormal thriller genre, Sian has subsequently
published the first two books in The Butcher Books series, Tatum and
Kallista. When Sian isn’t thinking of ways to terrify people, she
enjoys writing science fiction stories, poetry and rather long and
gushy birthday wishes. When she isn’t working on her writing you
can find her knitting, scrapbooking, reading, or playing Xbox. Sian
previously reviewed for The Blithering Bibliomaniacs and still
reviews in her private capacity. She clearly doesn’t know what the
words rest and relaxation mean, at least not in the traditional sense.
As she was going backwards she noticed a young girl standing at the back
door. Ebony frowned, still going up and down, but no longer moving her
legs to build momentum. She saw the girl as she went up, lost sight of her,
and as she came down saw the girl again. She was strange looking, and
Ebony considered that may be she was one of the previous Reclaimed who
made it to Nirvana, but her body temperature suddenly dropped, and a
sense of a foreboding settled upon her. Something wasn’t right with this
girl. Ebony slowed her swinging, keeping eyes on her. She was dressed in
a white plain dress that hung to her ankles. It was nothing special, almost
old fashioned. Ebony couldn’t make out the girl’s face because her long
black hair hid it. As Ebony stopped the swing, she noticed the girl’s hands
were blue, as though she was cold and had bad circulation. Ebony had
seen it happen to some back at the Zone when the winters were
particularly bad. Sitting now on the swing, she watched the unmoving girl.

 

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I'm a wife and a a mom of 4: 3 boys and a girl. I also have 3 fur babies, cats named Soleil, Luna, and a Savannah cat name Malkia. I work part-time outside my home as a COTA/L at a local hospital. I cover Johnstown, Altoona, and Pittsburgh areas. I love to do reviews and host giveaways for my readers. Contact me: angwith4 at gmail dot com if you would like a review.

Comments

  1. Karley Moore says:

    I love horror books! I can’t wait to read your work. The cover is super creepy, which is a good thing!