Today we are very excited to be featuring the YouTube review by Well Read Beard of Darkened Wings Flutter by Lou Yardley.
This is the start of some cross over work / cross promotion by Well Read Beard and STORGY Magazine – to help further promote Indie and Small press work.
We’re thrilled to be showcasing one of BookTubes growing talented reviewers of Independent and Small Press horror. Well Read Beard has singlehandedly caused us to spend more money than we should have this year on books, and hopefully he’ll help encourage you to part with some of that hard earned cash and support Indie Authors and Publishers alike.
So on with the show – remember once you’ve checked out the review you can subscribe to his channel and be first to know when a new video drops (usually several a week – you’ve been warned) just make sure to have your bank card at the ready to buy some books!
Planted on this planet by a rogue team of aliens, Lou Yardley has largely been left to her own devices. This has resulted in a coffee addiction, an obsession with hats, and an ever-growing collection of horror stories. These tales are steeped in gore as much as possible, as Lou loves when things get messy. We really don’t want to think about what her home planet is like. We suspect it’s very sticky… and it’s best not to think about what those stains are. I wouldn’t touch anything if I were you.
Until the mothership comes to collect her, Lou is doing her indie horror thing somewhere just outside of London in the UK. She lives with her other half, Mark, and their feline overlords.
You can follow her on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram or you can get more involved through her mailing list or by becoming a patron.
Lou would like you to know that there should be more horror films with puppets. Puppets are cool.
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