Crymsyn Hart’s Deathly Encounters Blog Tour, Featuring Death’s Dance and Death’s Revival!
September 12-18, 2016
About the Author
Crymsyn Hart is a National Bestselling author. Her worlds are filled with luscious vampires, gorgeous gods, quirky witches, and everything else that goes bump in the night. Hell, there is even a delicious cheesecake god floating around, but if I were you I wouldn’t eat his brownie cheesecake.
Crymsyn worked as a psychic for many years in Boston while attending Emerson College. She graduated with a BFA in Writing, Literature, & Publishing. Crymsyn shares her life with a small zoo, three playful puppies and her hubby Mark. If you come after dark, you’re more then likely to find her snuggled up with a gory horror movie, or a bloody vampire movie.
Crymsyn has a collection of Living Dead Dolls and five bookshelves overflowing with books. Of course there’s always room for more.
About the Book: Death’s Dance
Being a psychic, you would think talking to the dead was a walk in the park. However, it’s not always that simple. The hooded specter haunting me is one I’ve been dreaming about since I was a kid. One day, he appeared in my bedroom mirror. Good. Evil. I don’t know what his true intentions are.
Enter Jackson, ghost hunting show host extraordinaire, and my ex, to save me from the big bad ghost.
From there…well…it’s been a world wind of complications. My house burnt down. I’m being stalked by an ancient evil and gotten myself back into the world of being a ghost hunting psychic. Jackson dragged me, along with a few other psychics, to a ghost town wiped off the map called Death’s Dance.
From there things went from bad to worse.
Death’s Dance is Book One of the Deathly Encounters Series
Enchanted Review: Death’s Dance
A ghost town haunted by death? Yes, please!
Halloween is my favorite holiday, so anything that promises anything ghostly or haunted is right up my alley. Death’s Dance is town that doesn’t want to be found. It tries to keep Jackson away, it doesn’t appear on any map, and it’s a little cranky to have guests.
Hart comes up with a great concept. It’s a little like taking Anita Blake, MacKayla Lane, and Silent Hill and putting them in a blender, adding more death and a dash of gore, and pouring out a ghostly smoothie. It’s a fun read, especially this time of year when the weather is getting cooler, pumpkins are appearing on the porch steps, and the grim reaper could be lurking around any corner.
About the Book: Death’s Revival
Becoming a grim reaper was right up my alley. I enjoyed being dead. I helped souls crossover into either Heaven or Hell with my fellow reaper, Than. For two years, I enjoyed my life and then the killings started.
Psychics were being murdered at haunted sites and souls disappearing.Someone was tampering with the fabric of the universe, trying to draw something evil into this world. To do that, the killer needed the souls of the psychics and the ghosts he could gather to open the doorway.
I was charged with saving those souls and find out who the serial killer was. Yeah, being used as bait was definitely not my first choice, but who can kill a grim reaper? I’m already dead.With Than’s help, I’ll stop the evil from penetrating this world so I can get back to my soul gathering.
I mean the dead stay dead, right?
Enchanted Review: Death’s Revival
This one is a solid follow-up to Death’s Dance and certainly leaves the door wide open for a third book. There are some great interactions between characters, and it’s great to see a glimpse of what’s been happening in the two years between novels.
I would like to see some more books, novellas perhaps, between these two books. I’d like to see the development of her grim reaping skills and maybe some of the inevitable “oopsies” that would happen when she’s just learning her trade.
Tour Schedule and Activities
9/12 Beauty in Ruins Top Ten’s List
9/12 Sapphyria’s Book Reviews Guest Post
9/12 The Seventh Star Blog Author Interview
9/13 MyLifeMyBooksMyEscape Author Interview
9/14 The Southern Belle from Hell Top Tens List
9/14 Sheila’s Guests and Reviews Guest Post
9/14 Jordan Hirsch Review
9/15 Deal Sharing Aunt Author Interview
9/15 SpecMusicMuse Guest Post
9/16 Jordan Hirsch Review
9/17 I Smell Sheep Top Ten’s List
9/18 The Enchanted Alley Review