Sweetwater Black: A Short Horror Story (Book 1) by Hannah Herrera

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Sweetwater Black

Review:

A sweet, little piece of horror at your fingertips. Short, but perfect in it’s own way. The only thing I need to add is, where is the next story for me to read?

Riptides by Hannah Herrera

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Riptides

Review:

This would be perfect to read sitting under an umbrella, with a drink in hand and relaxing on the beach. Riptides had me in a different world, as if I was reading a mermaid’s tale in the form of poetry. And being caught in the waves of her magic was only the beginning. Here is a small piece of it:

When life
throws
the unimaginable
at you and you’re
in an unbreakable
tide.

Don’t struggle
against it.

It’s scary as
hell
but if you
stay calm,
you’ll be able
to break
the vicious cycle,
and swim towards
better things
meant for you.

-Riptides

Beat your Heart Out is now on KINDLE!

Beat your Heart Out on your Kindle!

Another announcement that I am also proud to share, is that I’ve made it so now you can download Beat your Heart Out on your kindle. 🙂

Happy Reading my little horrorlings! (Just in time for Halloween!)

 

Here you go –> Beat your Way to Kindle

 

***If you wait it will be free starting October 1st – 5th!***

 

Cristina Isabel

Poetry is NOT DEAD has been RELEASED!

POETRY IS NOT DEAD, It is very much ALIVE!

First, I’d like to say Thank you to all those who were waiting for the release of Poetry is Not Dead and being patient in its release.  I had to push this project back for personal reasons, as well as technical reasons.

But, now it is available as a paperback, Click for more Poetry

And…(drum roll, please!)

I am excited to share that its Kindle counterpart is available for pre-order, Pre-order for more Poetry (Available January 21st, 2020)

Now the big question, How can I get a copy of this fabulous poetry collection?

A: I am working on giveaways as we speak, so please be on the lookout!

And, as always, if you find it in your heart to purchase a copy, please write a review and share it.

(Both review and book!)

Much Love,

Cristina Isabel ❤

The Hostage Bloom by Hannah Herrera

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The Hostage Bloom

Review:

The beautiful thing about The Hostage Bloom, is that despite what dark corner you were placed in to die, you will live.  Abuse, of any kind, is hard to heal from because of the long lasting effects that are birthed from it.  You can end up losing yourself in a relationship because of the way it makes you feel.  The truth is, a lot of the times we are holding on to a beautiful idea of what we thought the relationship was or how it should be.  Also, it can be one-sided, in which you feel a certain type of way meanwhile the other is just coasting through the emotions.  It is very hard to believe you can survive a crushing blow that abuse can cause, but in due time you can.  I felt I can relate to a few of these poems that talked to certain types of abuse, because it is not always physical, but it shares a mental, psychological aspect as well.  You end up learning just how strong you really are after abuse and while you will never be the same as you were before, you will become a stronger version that sheds all that darkness away.  And though it will leave a scar, the scar reminds you that you’re a survivor.  And YOU ARE going to be okay.  In fact, more than okay!  Some of my favorites are: The Cat & Mouse game, Taking a sip really means a damn gulp, Shatter, Cheated, The Hostage Bloom, A Diamond in the rough and The Jigsaw Puzzle.