Waiting on Wednesday 04/21/21

Waiting On Wednesday” is a weekly meme that first originated at Breaking the Spine but has since linked up with “Can’t Wait Wednesday” at Wishful Endings now that the original creator is unable to host it anymore. Either way, this fun feature is a chance to showcase the upcoming releases that we can’t wait to get our hands on!

Mogsy’s Pick

Tidepool by Nicole Willson (August 3, 2021 by Parliament House Press)

I have not had a chance to read anything from Parliament House Press yet, but one day soon I hope to give this small SFF and Horror publisher a try. Lately, a couple of their titles have making waves and I find myself irresistibly drawn to Tidepool, not only for its wickedly wonderful cover but also because the Lovecraftian horror elements in it sound very enticing.

“If ye give not willingly, the Lords will rise…

In 1913, Henry Hamilton disappeared while on a business trip, and his sister, Sorrow, won’t rest until she finds out what happened to him. Defying her father’s orders to remain at home, she travels to Tidepool, the last place Henry is known to have visited. Residents of the small, shabby oceanside town can’t quite meet Sorrow’s eyes when she asks about her brother.

When corpses wash up on shore looking as if they’ve been torn apart by something not quite human, Sorrow is ready to return to Baltimore and let her father send in the professional detectives.

However, after meeting Ada Oliver, a widow whose black silk dresses and elegant manners set her apart from other Tidepool residents, Sorrow discovers Tidepool’s dark, deadly secret.

With this discovery, some denizens of Tidepool—human and otherwise—are hell-bent on making sure Sorrow never leaves their forsaken town.

Lovecraftian dark fantasy gets a modern treatment in this terrifying debut novel.”

20 Comments on “Waiting on Wednesday 04/21/21”

  1. Ooh I love the sound of this! I’ve been getting pitches for some other books from Parliament House, but none of them have really grabbed me. But I might request this one😁


  2. Oh my gosh this! New to me but I need it.

    “When corpses wash up on shore looking as if they’ve been torn apart by something not quite human”



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