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Poetry book, “Passing the Veil” by Lela Cintron is available today!


Lela Cintron’s second book of poetry, “Passing the Veil” is now available in paperback.  Contributions by Anna Deleon calligraphy art and Rosanna Di Antonio, cover artist.  Passing the Veil is a collection of memories, poetry, and creative art – a sure pleaser!  Visit our online bookstore to get your copy today.




Author Sameena Bachmeier contributes to Rainy Day Reads #essenceofaudio series with “The Life & Death Laments”

Sameena Bachmeier, Author of  “The Life and Death Laments” joins the #essenceofaudio series with Rainy Day Reads Publishing and it’s authoros.   Illustrations are by the well known Istanbul Artist, Sonia Serpil Aslan.  Together the authors at RDR strive to share their works with free audio recordings of their works!

#essenceofaudio series continues with our Young Adult Author, Abigail Shepherd

Our audio series #theessenceofaudio continues with Author, Abigail Shepherd as she reads from her historical fiction novel, “Victoria’s Victorian Victory”.  Now Available in paperback through our online bookstore link as well as Amazon!

Rainy Day Reads Pub’s lovely Poetess Lela Cintron reads in our project series of Authors #essenceofaudio from her latest work, “Passing the Veil”

Author Lela Cintron reads poetry from her latest book, “Passing the Veil”.  Special thanks to Artist Rosanna Di Antonio, for the artistically stunning illustrations for this book.  Enjoy!

Get your copy of Abigail Shepherd’s Historical Fiction, “Victoria’s Victorian Victory” today!

Abigail Shepherd’s young adult novel “Victoria’s Victorian Victory” is available currently,  add it to your must reads-you won’t be disappointed!

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Yong Adult Historical Fiction fans are going to love “Victoria’s Victorian Victory” by Authoress Abigail Shepherd


Author, Abigail Shepherd is 28 and lives with her husband in an inconvenient cottage in the Scottish Highlands. When she’s not writing she enjoys fishing, eating, and napping. “Victoria’s Victorian Victory” is her first novel for young people. She loves connecting with fans on social media: find her on Instagram and Twitter- @abiwriting and follow her blog-

 Victoria’s Victorian Victory – by Abigail Shepherd Young Adult Historical Fiction

Fourteen year old Victoria Bloom is great at having ideas, but they don’t always go to plan. Now her mistakes will have bigger consequences than ever before, as it has fallen to her to run the family farm. With the harvest fast approaching, it’s urgent she makes it profitable again, or they will lose it altogether.

It’s not an easy task, especially with concern for her brother distracting her, not to mention a runaway apprentice boy. Hardest of all, the people she must do business with just don’t take teenage girls seriously. Can she change their minds before her family ends up in the workhouse?

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“Chanting Demons”- October 2016’s wicked release in now available in paperback, Authored by Elancharan Gunasekaran


– October 2016 Wicked Release- Now available in Paperback!

Here is what people are already saying about Chanting Demons..

“Chanting Demons is the apocalyptic work of a Demon Poet who occupies a mad, dark, macabre world of sins where he rules over poems of the night and elders of the dark. He declares, “When your flesh is torn/I am born of fire and fear.” One (aesthetic) hell of a book in which even revelations are “perfectly practiced sins.”  Read and be flayed alive.

– Ra Sh, author of Architecture of Flesh
“Tread with caution: Once unfurled, Chanting Demons pulls you into the terrifying world of nightmares, real or imagined. Chanted with dark vigour, this collection of poems is bound to scare the living daylights of any mortal.”

– Vithya Rajasegar, author of Dark Revolver 




Author Gary Beck’s “State of Rage” coming 2017


Gary Beck has spent most of his adult life as a theater director, and as an art dealer when he couldn’t make a living in theater. He has 11 published chapbooks and 3 more accepted for publication. His poetry collections include: Days of Destruction (Skive Press), Expectations (Rogue Scholars Press). Dawn in Cities, Assault on Nature, Songs of a Clerk, Civilized Ways, Displays, Perceptions (Winter Goose Publishing). Fault Lines, Tremors, Perturbations, Rude Awakenings and The Remission of Order will be published by Winter Goose Publishing. Conditioned Response (Nazar Look). Resonance (Dreaming Big Publications). His novels include: Extreme Change (Cogwheel Press), Flawed Connections (Black Rose Writing) and Call to Valor (Gnome on Pigs Productions). Acts of Defiance will be published by Dreaming Big Publications, Sudden Conflicts by Lillicat Publishers and State of Rage by Rainy Day Reads Publishing. His short story collection, A Glimpse of Youth (Sweatshoppe Publications). Now I Accuse and other stories will be published by Winter Goose Publishing. His original plays and translations of Moliere, Aristophanes and Sophocles have been produced Off Broadway. His poetry, fiction and essays have appeared in hundreds of literary magazines. He currently lives in New York City.

Gary Beck’s latest book “State of Rage” Excerpt (Releasing 2017 from Rainy Day Reads Publishing

Now that Bradley was obviously on the road to a productive professional career, Dr. Padgett advised him to find a signature personal project that would bring him meaningful attention from the scientific community. Padgett urged him to also try to distinguish himself from the multitude of colleagues dreaming of international renown. To conceal his real interest in human behavior modification, Bradley worked on assessments of several behavior modification trials for pets, using a range of pharmaceuticals to alter disturbing behavior patterns, such as excessive barking, clawing furniture, uncontrolled urination or defecation and stubborn disobedience. Some of the treatments were encouragingly effective and Bradley began to consider how pharmaceuticals could better be used in human behavior modification, without panicking the liberal left with the specter of ‘Big Brother’.

A series of homicidal rampages by enraged men who had been rejected by wife or girl friend, or had been fired from a job, or aggrieved enough by someone or something to  seek revenge, captured his interest. He noted the increasing frequency of the rampages, with a corresponding increase in the number of fatalities, almost always followed by suicide. The Virginia Tech rampage on April 16, 2007, by Seung-Hui Cho, in which he killed 32 people, wounded many others, then killed himself, took place in the same building where Bradley’s sister Ellen taught math. This personal connection disturbed him enough to focus his attention on the problem of homicidal rampages.

He drafted a proposal for developing a measuring tool that could be used in high schools to identify potential future at-risk subjects, along with a program that would modify their behavior with appropriate medications. He submitted the proposal to Dr. Padgett, apprehensive that he might have been too aggressive. Dr. Padgett realized the potential of new uses for pharmaceuticals and approved a test project. Then he sent the proposal to his contact at Planck, Arthur Lindgreen, a stocky, dark haired, deep tanned glad-hander with the soul of a lobbyist. Lindgreen set up a not-for-profit fund that awarded Bradley a very large grant that would insure his financial security for the next several years.

At the next department meeting, Dr. Padgett described the project and the usual conflict of responses occurred; approbation from the behaviorists supporting one of their own, criticism from the therapists, always fearful of intrusion on their fragile turf. A neo-Jungian, Professor Laura Cordell, a slim, taut, not unattractive blonde in relaxed moments, demanded to know how Thurston would identify violence-prone people already out of school. Dr. Padgett fielded the question with a politically correct answer of ‘one target group at a time’ that placated her. But it started Bradley thinking about the problem of adults no longer in a testing environment.  Without consulting anyone, Bradley began sketching out ideas and concepts to identify the target group of adult


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