Thursday, May 23, 2013

Pretty Dark Nothing, by Heather L. Reid

Today I have the awesome opportunity to participate in blog tour of my fellow Month9 Books author, Heather L. Reid. Her book, Pretty Dark Nothing, came out just last month. And today, on Operation Awesome, we are having Heather's book on here. I've also asked Heather a few random questions so you can get to know her better, and then you can run out and buy here book.  You can do that HERE or HERE.

Or don't forget to add it to your Goodreads list HERE.

Seventeen-year-old Quinn hadn’t slept a full night in twenty-three days. She’s terrified of the demons that stalk her dreams, pull her into a deep dark nothingness and whisper hauntingly of her death. Exhausted, Quinn dozes off in the school hallway, and Aaron, an amnesiac with a psychic ability, accidentally enters her nightmare. If Quinn can learn to trust her heart, and Aaron can discover the secret locked away in his fragile memory, their combined power could banish the darkness back to the underworld for good. That is, unless the demons kill them first.

Interview with Heather:

What was your favorite book as a child?
I can only pick one? There are so many books that suck with me over the years, but the one that stuck with me the most is A Wrinkle In Time.

 Who is your book character crush?
Right now it has to be Jon Snow from A Song of Ice and Fire series by George RR Martin

What movie can you watch over and over again?

Morning person or Night Person?

Flip Flops or Sandals?
Flip Flops

Favorite late night snack?
Tortilla Chips and guacamole


Heather L. Reid is both American and British and has called six different cities in three different countries, home. Her strong sense of wanderlust and craving for a new adventure mean you might find her wandering the moors of her beloved Scotland, exploring haunted castles, or hiking through a magical forest in search of fairies and sprites. When she’s not venturing into the unknown in her real life, she loves getting lost in the worlds of video games or curling up by the fire with good story. For now, this native Texan is back in the Lone Star State, settling down with her Scottish husband and dreaming up new novels to write.

Twitter: @HeatherLReid


  1. Very atmospheric cover! Fits the dark feel of the story well. Is this really scary?

  2. Beautiful cover, and sounds like a great read!


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