Books

Hunter’s Trap

“The ghost story was by far amazing! So many twist and turns within this ghost’s mind, in other words as cabin fever. (…)Throughout Hunter’s Trap, with the great depth in details, you feel as if you’re trapped with the boys too. You feel every emotion and when someone or something attacks one of the characters, well you surely feel that too! Goosebumps will be rising on your skin!”
Ashley, Paranormal Sisters

‘”Hunter’s Trap” was truly horrifying; the evil that humans do and that their ghosts are capable of doing is disturbing and was all too realistic. Michaud looks at the choices we make and their consequences; there are always ripples.”
Bea, Bea’s Book Nook

“Hunter’s Trap takes a sharp turn from the mundane to the terrifying in the space of a couple pages and the layers of the supernatural descend upon the story like a heavy mist that blocks out all natural light and makes everything within it alien and dangerous. That is Hunter’s Trap.”
Josef Hernandez, examiner.com

“To the reader who craves a good ghost story that has an visceral feel – an intimate exploration surrounded by the frigid winds of death and isolation: not just a spelunk into caverns haunted by apparitions and wraiths, but of the memories they impress amongst the living – this might be worth a read. The tale is entrenching and rich and the details are plentiful — the story as a whole, both strong and enchanting.”
 Matt Molgaard, Horror Novel Reviews

 

Girls & Monsters

“Anne Michaud explores many classic themes in horror but with her own twist. She has a fresh and unique vision that makes these stories  shine.” 
Josef Hernandez, examiner.com

“There are some books you want to make last that little bit longer. This is one of them.”
Michelle Birbeck, Short, Sweet and Snappy

“What I will mostly remember from this collection is the way the spectacular monster stories are told with a realistic touch. Michaud writes well about the human psychology and in my opinion this gives the stories that extra creepy factor.” 
Magrét Helgadòttir, Future Fire

“I applaud Anne Michaud’s vivid imagination and well written stories. It takes a certain skill to be able to put in paper such a colorful invention of evil characters to complement a series of strong and determined young women.”   
Nina Gomez, Indie Bookshelf

“Each novelette is something you can really sink your teeth into. They are all fast-paced page-turners.”
Keren, Gothic Angel Book Reviews

The (quite extensive) Blog Tour from March 25th to April 30th, 2013

Week 1

Monday, 25th of March: Laura Diamond

Tuesday, 26th of March: Jay Birch

Wednesday, 27th of March: Julianne Snow

Thursday, 28th of March: Imran Siddiq

Friday, 29th of March: Angela Addams

Saturday, 30th of March: Laura Howard

Week 2

Monday, 1st of April: Ren Warom

Tuesday, 2nd of April: Adam Sydney

Wednesday, 3rd of April: Rainy of the Dark

Thursday, 4th of April: Krista Walsh

Friday, 5th of April: Julie Campbell

Week 3

Monday, 8th of April: Steve McHugh

Tuesday, 9th of April: Bea’s Book Nook

Wednesday, 10th of April: Red Tash

Thursday, 11th of April: Anita G Howard

Friday, 12th of April: Thea Atkinson

Week 4

Monday, 15th of April: Samantha Young

Tuesday, 16th of April: Michelle Muto

Wednesday, 17th of April: AJ Brown

Thursday, 18th of April: Axel Howerton

Friday, 19th of April: Rebecca Hamilton

Week 5

Monday, 22th of April: Victoria Griesdoorn

Tuesday, 23rd of April: Gothic Angel

Wednesday, 24th of April: Marianne Su

Thursday, 25th of April: Lisa Forget

Friday, 26th of April: Aheila

Week 6

Monday, April 29th I am a Reader Not a Writer

Tuesday, April 30th, 9 PM DarkFuse


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