Harlequin Midnight & The Century Coven by S.E. Casey (#Review by Theresa) #ShortStory #Horror

A review of two of my free stories by Theresa Braun. See my published stories page for links (A Century Coven is available for free for a limited time at Smashwords).
Thanks to Theresa Braun and Reads and Reels for the review!

Reads & Reels

Here are two mini reviews by Theresa for your reading pleasure.

Don’t judge S.E. Casey’s stories by the cover. Rest assured you will thoroughly entertained, feeling like someone is telling you a tale while you’re roasting marshmallows over a campfire. I am anxious to devour more of this author, not only because of his storytelling chops, but also because I’m curious to see if he’s always trying to kill off children, on Halloween or otherwise. There might be some underlying psychological fixation looming in Casey’s brain. Maybe he hated his own childhood. Or, perhaps he’s merely tapping into the time when we are most vulnerable and most easily scared…   

S.E Casey

Harlequin Midnight (Release Date: October 28, 2015)

Each Halloween, the city of Grimaldi endures a phantasmagoric children’s play. At night, the city becomes a stage where the Harlequin, that unique performer both tragic and comic, bends everyday life and twists…

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S.E. Casey

S.E. Casey grew up near a lighthouse. He always dreamed of smashing the lighthouse and building something grotesque with the rubble. This is his writing method for his weird, existential tales. Published in many magazines and anthologies, links to his stories can be found at secaseyauthor.wordpress.com.

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