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REVIEW: Becoming Bloody Mary  by Stephanie Nichole

Genre: Fantasy short story Publication Date: September 27, 2018

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A nice, quick little read. Took me about 15mins. Could easily become a fab story to tell round a camp fire!

We've all heard the legend of Bloody Mary. From generation to generation the legend has been passed on, usually by children and teens daring someone to be brave enough to summon her. Go into a darkened bathroom, lock the door if you’re brave enough, stand in front of the mirror and say "Bloody Mary" three times. The legend says she will appear but the consequences range from becoming horrifically scared to being driven insane or even death. The legend has transcended time as well as language barriers. It seems every country has some form of this legend but the question remains are you brave enough? Have you ever wondered where the legend of Bloody Mary originated? Well step into this Victorian tale of lost love, betrayal and tragedy with just enough magic to create the legend.

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Stephanie Nichole lives in a small town with her family in New Mexico. She graduated college in 2010 with a degree in business and accounting. However, her true passion is all things book related. As a student English and Literature were her favorite subjects. Weekly library trips with her mother also helped instill her love for books. Stephanie would look forward to summer most of all, not because she was out of school but for the summer reading groups at her local library. After a friend's encouragement she started her author journey in 2016. Stephanie is an avid book, music and old Hollywood movie lover. When she's not busy reading or writing she's probably binge watching Netflix or PassionFlix. Some of her favorite authors are: Edgar Allan Poe, Abbi Glines, Colleen Hoover, Alessandra Torre, K. Bromberg, Tarryn Fisher, Nicholas Sparks and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Stephanie also loves to connect with her readers on social media.


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