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Reading Links 5/23/17


Reading Links…5/23/17

Traci Kenworth



  1. Moving up!
  2. Can he figure out how to control the id?
  3. A unique and twisted story.
  4. A short fantasy about a shy little girl and her grandfather.
  5. If you were sent a thousand years into the past, would you survive?
  6. Privacy is extinct.
  7. Ever wonder what a vampire feels?



  1. Some great choices!
  2. What if you wanted to be a champion horse rider but you were born with a disability?
  3. The Balloon Man.
  4. A brush with death brings Leah closer to the ghosts she longs to find.
  5. Can she find a way to save her mirror twin and herself?


Romance/Women’s Fiction:

  1. Open till May 26th.
  2. Daddy-doms?
  3. Filled with humor, sexy time, and incredible characters.
  4. Picks for YA and Adult.







  1. Raw, heartbreaking horror.
  2. The Palais Garnier.
  3. A sinister group takes over their lodge.
  4. Why there are no women in Stranded.
  5. Some good ones, like Sarah!
  6. The hottest toys of the season are the Playground Network dolls.
  7. Have you ever seen flashes of darkness where there should only be light?
  8. A skin-crawling, stomach-churning, instant hit.
  9. A group of teens discover a body. Things go from bad to worse.
  10. Part sword and sorcery, part extreme horror.
  11. A curse on a family and a terrible secret room.



  1. The darker side of relationships.
  2. Gender issues in crime.
  3. A Jessica James mystery.
  4. Yellow cottage, mystery series.
  5. 1989 Tucson, Arizona.
  6. There are dark places in every heart, in every head.
  7. Book Three in the D.I. Eleanor Raven series.
  8. Hannah is thrown into a mystery when a friend is found with her throat slashed.
  9. Pre WWII Britain and Germany.


Short Stories/Anthologies/Novella/Comics:

  1. AKA: global warming kicks in.
  2. How an anthology split into two.
  3. Overwhelming sense of dread.
  4. A collection for Children’s Literacy.
  5. Death, afterlife, and survival.
  6. Thirteen tales of monster terror.
  7. Worlds that conceal unexpected twists and turns.





  1. A woman starting over at a failed marriage.



  1. Some stories just sound better.








I write YA as Traci Kenworth. I also write romance as Loleta Abi.

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