Spooky CBAY Reads for Halloween! September 29, 2017 – Posted in: Book Recommendations, Book Release, Books, Uncategorized – Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

With September quickly coming to a close it can only mean one thing: time to get in the Halloween spirit and treat yourself to some new spooky stories! We have quite a few to choose from here at CBAY, including two new short story ebooks that are now available for pre-order!

 

Bubbles & Smush: Trick or Treats

Bubbles and Smush: Trick or Treats by Kath Boyd Marsh

Bubbles and Smush are two medium sized monsters living in the river near WizTech, a school for wizards, dr’gons, and knights. The two friends are thrilled when their dr’gon friend Cl’rnce invites them to the Halloween party at the school. However, they need costumes, and this makes Bubbles wonder: what would he like to be in the future?

 

Bubbles & Smush: Closet Monsters

Bubbles and Smush: Closet Monsters by Kath Boyd Marsh

Bubbles and Smush are two medium sized monsters living in the river near WizTech, a school for wizards, dr’gons, and knights. When they’re favorite dr’gon goes missing, the two sneak into the school to find they’re lost friend, causing chaos every place they look. Will Bubbles and Smush find Cl’rnce, or is there friend gone for good?

 

The Monsters Hiding In Your Closet

The Monsters Hiding In Your Closet, an anthology edited by Madeline Smoot

It’s amazing the kinds of monsters you can find in an old closet. Whether it’s a dragon in a hotel room or a Bigfoot baby in an abandoned mansion, the monsters hiding in the closets come in all shapes and sizes. In this collection of ten exciting tales, monsters help show us what it is to be human.

 

Uncertain SummerUncertain Summer by Jessica Lee Anderson

For decades, something has lurked in the swampy lakes of East Texas. When a TV show offers a million dollars to the person that can provide conclusive proof of the creature, Everdil, her brother, and two friends form a team to snap a picture of Bigfoot. But tracking a monster, especially one nobody’s been able to catch, proves trickier than Everdil expected. With each new adventure, Everdil seems to create more problems with her friends and family than she solves. In the end, she has to hope that her brave, foolish actions will ultimately make things right with everyone, including Bigfoot. This book will remind readers that hope and loyalty are traits that we all share, no matter our size.

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