Evelyn Chartres Author
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Teresa Hurst’s Review of the Van Helsing Paradox

The lovely Teresa Hurst Author has posted book review for my latest novel The Van Helsing Paradox on her YouTube Channel! Be sure to check it out!

Besides, she nailed the pronunciation of Chartres! πŸ˜‰

Curious about this dark fantasy free eBook? Want to know more about Clara Grey, the femme fatal hunter who is not afraid of things things that go bump in the night? Why wait! Get The Van Helsing Paradox now!

Review – Fast-Paced Adventure with Vampires

This book was a fast-paced adventure that fans of urban fantasy and vampires will enjoy.

Thank you Brandi E Collins for your wonderful 🌟🌟🌟🌟 review of The Van Helsing Paradox! Happy to find a fan! 😊

Fast-paced adventure with vampiresBy Brandi Easterling Collinson - Clara Grey has a hard life from the very beginning. All the circumstances that should have made her weak have made her strong instead. At a school for hunters, she learns to fight vampires using all weapons at her disposal but most importantly her intelligence and wit. This book was a fast-paced adventure that fans of urban fantasy and vampires will enjoy.

You too can enjoy my dark fantasy novel about the life and times of a hunter for free! See why a gal has to look out for herself after all!

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Clara is Doing Well on Goodreads!

I’ve been monitoring Goodreads since my book release, and so far the Van Helsing Paradox has done well. At the moment, there are 10 ratings with an average over 4 stars. In addition, there is one great review waiting to be found! Except as follows:

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. From Clara’s modest beginnings as a child of a coal miner to her formation as a deadly huntress, the story kept my attention. If anything, I longed for more…

While I was hoping for more reviews by now, I can’t complain. The book has not received any ratings under 3 stars and the average keeps getting better. So readers are not finding it difficult to understand, or are turned off by the fonts.

Small steps!

A Silver Lining

I occasionally check Amazon, Smashwords, and Goodreads for new ratings and statistics, although I do avoid making it a habit. Yesterday, I was looking on Amazon and noticed that my rankings had improved. How? I have no clue, but its never been better!

Ranking on Amazon as of 15 Oct 17

There was also a positive review waiting for me, which is always nice. Perhaps I am generating some interest? Not bad since I cannot spend much time advertising my work.

Review made on Amazon on 14 Oct 17

This should help offset the bad review I got a month or so back. Perhaps in time the positives will outweigh the negatives!

A Quick Read Through the After Effects

I just finished off a book by Stephanie Wood titled the After Effects. Since I enjoyed reading its predecessor Aegean Sun: Room 101, the temptation was too great to see what happened to some of the characters!

Where Aegean Sun: Room 101 had a certain voyeuristic quality. So far that the reader could only view to the events occurring in one room; this sequel breaks out of the mould and does an excellent job of breaking from its predecessor’s shadow.

This sequel aims to close the loop on stories which had occurred previously. It was wonderful to see what effects their time abroad had on these characters. Some relationships grew closer, some were created, and others were blown apart.

While there are some stories from Aegean Sun: Room 101 that had no closure such as Jill and Mike’s scare with cancer. Or what happened to Laura and Suzi after their trip, the stories Stephanie Wood choose to pursue were well worth the read!

Overall this novel is a light quick read, which left me glad that I could consume it one go!