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Cherie Reich, The Nightmare Collection Giveaways!


We have Cherie Reich under the spotlight and she's doing some giveaways!


Nas: Who is Cherie Reich?

Cherie: Cherie Reich is a writer, freelance editor, book blogger, and library assistant living in Virginia.

 Nas: What do you think makes a good story?
Cherie: Engaging characters with a fast-paced plot that grips the reader and doesn’t let go.

Nas: Anywhere you haven’t travelled you would like to go?

Cherie: Is everywhere a good answer? I would particularly love to visit Europe.


Nas: What one item do you always pack when you travel?

Cherie: My Kindle Fire HD. Can’t leave home without it.


Nas: What inspired you to be a writer?

Cherie: Although I spent a few years roleplaying and writing fan fiction with the occasional short story or two, I never really thought I would be a writer. But I had so many ideas for novels and with my new at the time job, I realized I had time to write, so I did. In the end, I didn’t want to keep all these great characters and stories to myself.

Nas: How did you choose your genre?

Cherie: Well, I still can’t decide on just one genre. I have too many stories and characters in my head, and they don’t all fit in one genre, so I write their stories based on the genre they are in, whether it is fantasy, horror, science fiction, romance, etc.

Nas: What made you tell this story and why did you write this book?

Cherie: The Nightmare Collection started with the novelette Once Upon a December Nightmare, which was loosely based on a real event that happened to my friends and me. We had quite the adventure when our truck broke down on an old mountain road, the cell phones didn’t work, and we had to hike to the main road to find help. Our adventure ended much happier than the characters in my novelette, but the story stayed with me and was a great horror story, so in May 2009, I decided to write it down. Eventually, I wanted to explore the monster’s origins, thus the short story “Nightmare at the Freak Show” was invented. Then, a reviewer wanted more from Once Upon a December Nightmare, and in the end, I gave in and wrote the novella Nightmare Ever After, which takes place almost ten years after Once Upon a December Nightmare.

Nas: How did you come up with the title?

Cherie: Since each story has “nightmare” in its title and it is a collection, The Nightmare Collection fit the book.

Nas: Tell us a little about your current release …

Cherie: A legend is hungry tonight.

A child monster will get its first taste of blood in Nightmare at the Freak Show. Four friend will enter the forest on December night, but only one can survive in Once Upon a December Nightmare. Almost ten years after Cassie's December nightmare, the monster awakens to hunt again in Nightmare Ever After.


The Nightmare Collection Information


Book Description:

A legend is hungry tonight.

A child monster will get its first taste of blood in Nightmare at the Freak Show. Four friend will enter the forest on December night, but only one can survive in Once Upon a December Nightmare. Almost ten years after Cassie's December nightmare, the monster awakens to hunt again in Nightmare Ever After.

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Purchase Links for the ebook:

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Purchase Links for the print book:

Createspace        Amazon US    UK

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Author Bio:

A self-proclaimed bookworm, Cherie Reich is a writer, freelance editor, book blogger, and library assistant living in Virginia. Her short stories have appeared in magazines and anthologies. Her e-books include the horror series Nightmare, a short story collection with authors Aubrie Dionne and Lisa Rusczyk titled The Best of Raven and the Writing Desk, the futuristic space fantasy novelette trilogy Gravity, and The Foxwick Chronicles, a series of fantasy stories. She is a member of Valley Writers and the Virginia Writers Club.


Author Links:

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I am giving away prizes to two lucky people. The prize packages are open internationally and include: a signed copy of The Nightmare Collection, a signed copy of Gravity: The Complete Trilogy, and a $10 Amazon Gift Card.

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28 comments:

  1. Thank you for hosting me during my blog tour and interviewing me!

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    1. Welcome to Romance Book Haven, Cherie! I do hope you will enjoy meeting and chatting with all my friends here!

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  2. Our Romance Book Haven reviewer Desere reviewed Once Upon A December Nightmare, here on Paranormal Romance Reviews!

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  3. Fun to find this new site, Nas! Glad to be connected here. And Cherie is awesome. I've seen her around for awhile. Really fun to read more about her and her work! <3

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  4. It's great to see Cherie's book all over the blogsphere! Congrats, Cherie!

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  5. Yay for Cherie! Huge congrats to her on her latest release!

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  6. I enjoyed this interview! Cherie, your new book sounds great!

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  7. I started with role playing, too, and writing some fiction for a Stargate site. How eerily similar... :D

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  8. Great interview with Cherie! Her collection sounds great and I adore that cover. It's so vibrant, and it's nice to see a cover with real class. :-)

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    1. Aww, thanks, Lexa! I love my cover. As soon as I saw the picture, I just knew it was the one.

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  9. I love old Hammer horror movies, especially the ones set in ancient Egypt. They're deliciously creepy. Now having said that, I have to add that I haven't seen one in years, but let the kids grow up.....

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    1. Hmm, I don't think I've seen those movies, but I just love ancient Egypt. :)

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  10. BTW Hi Nas and Cherie. Cherie, I too am a book blogger, freelance editor and writer. The only thing I'm not is a library assistant, otherwise your description of who you are is almost identical to my own!

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  11. Thanks for the interview with Cherie! Her book sounds creepily good. :)

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  12. Great interview!

    I agree on traveling everywhere. Earth is big!

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  13. Love what inspired you to write this horror story - happily your real life experience ended ok! Makes me wonder what horrors your characters faced instead! Yikes!! Take care
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    1. Yes, the real life experience ended well. I wish I could say the same about the fictional one. ;)

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  14. Cherie, I enjoyed learning more about you and more about the origins of the stories.

    Great interview on both sides!

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  15. I follow Cherie's blog and it's great seeing her here and learning more about her. I read one of her collections and also hope to get to this one.

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  16. Wonderful Interview! The Nightmare Collection is a wonderful read!

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You can discuss your romance novel addiction too!