Book Review: Tales from the Graveyard by Susan Shultz

Tales from the Graveyard by Susan Shultz

In a pleasant little New England town, there is a house on a hill. Its garden is decorated with gravestones.
The house has stood for ages now, and occupants have come and gone.
But those who died there never leave.
They just watch…and wait.
Susan Shultz's haunting Tales From the Graveyard series is now available in one complete digital collection.
The Blacksmith.
Read Tales From the Graveyard: The Complete Collection today, and you'll see.
Our ghosts never leave us.

About the Author:
Susan Shultz is a writer/journalist living in Wilton, Connecticut with her husband and two children. Susan is the editor of The Darien Times, a Hersam Acorn newspaper located in Darien, Connecticut.
From her Amazon profile:
"I am a horror and anything else that moves me writer, poet and journalist. I enjoy writing about things that terrify me, and you. I consider a great privilege to allow me to frighten you.
I am an English major, from Staten Island, N.Y., now living in Connecticut."

Visit the author on:
Twitter: @SusnShultz
Blog: Creative Conjurings
The Darien Times
Photo Credit: Bryan Haeffele

My Review:
I read this right after halloween and thought they were alright reads. I found that they weren't spooky or scary like I wanted. They were just weird. There was something in each story that I found annoying and overall I did not find the reads enjoyable. Simple put they are bland.
Sorry.... Now on to the next....

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T.M. has read 1 book toward her goal of 10 books.