Double Cover Reveal & Giveaway ~ Whitechapel Paranormal Society Series by E. J. Stevens

Posted: October 12, 2016 in Cover Reveal, giveaways, horror, Series
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Whitechapel Paranormal Society Cover Reveal Giveaway

October is the perfect time to unveil the debut covers from the upcoming Whitechapel Paranormal Society series.  Keep reading for a chance to win a $15 Amazon Gift Card.

New Victorian Gothic Horror Series Set in London’s East End.

The Whitechapel Paranormal Society is coming in 2017.

Until then, we have these gorgeous covers from Phatpuppy Art Studios and Sacred Oaks Press.

Eeper Weeper Whitechapel Paranormal Society Victorian Horror by E.J. Stevens

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Eeper Weeper

(Whitechapel Paranormal Society #0.5) by E.J. Stevens

The great and
prestigious man of science, Doctor Jameson Foster Hadley had
somehow made a mistake. I wasn’t good and I wasn’t normal. His
experiment had failed.

The tedium and terrors of Josephine “Jo” Hadley’s existence within
the stone walls of London’s Bethnal Asylum are interrupted by a
strange visitor, Cora Drummond, a woman who demands to interview
one of the asylum’s most insane residents. The patient’s rantings
include tales of ghosts and demons, but it is the bizarre,
near-riotous muttering of prophetic nursery rhymes that follow Jo
throughout the asylum wards that is most illuminating to Miss
Drummond.

Eeeper Weeper, chimney sweeper. Had a wife, but couldn’t keep
her…

Days later, Jo and her adoptive father receive an invitation to
attend an exclusive tea at the prestigious Whitehall Club. But the
request for Jo’s attendance is more than it might seem. She has
caught the attention of a secret branch of government working
directly for the queen.

Will Jo Hadley’s unusual talent for inciting prophetic nursery
rhymes prove useful to the crown? She is given one chance to
demonstrate her worth to the Special Paranormal Research Branch,
but this is one mission that even the most highly trained
operatives might not survive.

Eeper Weeper is a prequel short story in the Whitechapel
Paranormal Society series by award-winning author E.J. Stevens. One
for Sorrow
(Whitechapel Paranormal Society #1) takes place
six years after the prequel short story Eeper Weeper
(Whitechapel Paranormal Society #0.5). The Whitechapel Paranormal
Society series is a Victorian horror (dreadpunk) series set in
London’s East End.

Free Read:

Release Date: June 2017
Add to Goodreads TBR.
Official Website: WhitechapelParanormalSociety.com

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One for Sorrow Whitechapel Paranormal Society Victorian Horror by E.J. Stevens

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One for Sorrow

(Whitechapel Paranormal Society #1) by E.J. Stevens

Afternoon tea
had served us up a demon.

It is six years since Josephine “Jo” Hadley joined the ranks of
the Special Paranormal Research Branch and three years since the
S.P.R.B.’s mission was terminated. After their superiors declare
that the supernatural threat is quelled, Jo and her colleagues
returned to civilian life with varying degrees of success. But
when Jo, Edith, and Flan cross paths with a slogoth demon there is
no escaping the terrible truth. The supernatural threat was never
defeated.

One for sorrow. Two for mirth. Three for a funeral. Four for a
birth. Five for Heaven. Six for Hell. Seven for the Devil, his
own self.

Demons and necromancers went into hiding within the labyrinthine
warrens of Whitechapel, but after three years of secretly feasting
on the souls of London’s East End they are back stronger than ever
before. Will the Whitechapel Paranormal Society rise up from the
ashes of the S.P.R.B., or will all of London become the Devil’s
playground?

One for Sorrow is the first full-length novel in the
Whitechapel Paranormal Society series by award-winning author E.J.
Stevens. One for Sorrow (Whitechapel Paranormal Society
#1) takes place six years after the prequel short story Eeper
Weeper
(Whitechapel Paranormal Society #0.5). The
Whitechapel Paranormal Society series is a Victorian horror
(dreadpunk) series set in London’s East End.

Release Date: September2017
Add to Goodreads TBR.
Official Website: WhitechapelParanormalSociety.com

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Whitechapel Paranormal Society Cover Reveal Giveaway

We are giving away a $15 Amazon Gift Card to one lucky winner!

To enter, use the Rafflecopter form below.  This giveaway is international.  Giveaway ends October 28, 2016.

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What do you think of the covers?
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Comments
  1. Lisa Brown says:

    I absolutely love the cover; would pick this book up and buy it, looks great :)

  2. These covers are great, I featured this reveal on my blog as well. :)

    • fuonlyknew says:

      I immediately thought of you, Sherry, and Barb when I spotted these covers! LOL I can’t wait to get a hold of the ARCs!

  3. Janet W. says:

    I think the covers look very mysterious and intriguing!

  4. Sandra Watts says:

    This looks good. Thanks for hosting.

  5. kim hansen says:

    Love the covers.

  6. It think the covers are absolutely stunning! I love them and they add just enotheyof a creepy vibe :)!

  7. diannekc says:

    I really like the covers. I would definitely pick up the book in the store to read the description and
    would probably buy.

  8. Love the covers. The Eeper Weeper makes me think of Jack the Ripper.
    sherry @ fundinmental

  9. karen blue says:

    Those covers are great for October. They both make me think of Jack the Ripper. Thanks for sharing!

  10. OMG! I saw these on Stormi’s blog and immediately want them and now that I’ve seen them here, I want them even more. They look like just the kind of books I’ve been loving lately.

  11. lori faires says:

    The covers look amazing, very spooky. Thanks for sharing. Blessings

  12. BookLady says:

    Intriguing covers! They definitely caught my attention.

  13. Terry Stevens says:

    The covers are very fitting for the book.