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UNCAGED MAGAZINE FEATURE

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My author feature in Uncaged online magazine.

Uncaged welcomes Rae Louise.
Uncaged: Your latest book, Metas, was released in April. Can you tell readers more about your books?
I write within the horror genre and have been doing so as a hobby since I was a child. It’s something that I knew I had to pursue, and to be here promoting my second book makes all of those long, lonely years worth it. So, thanks for having me!
My debut novel, The Fear, is a paranormal horror depicting the tale of an extreme haunting. Following this, I had the opportunity to work as co-author/editor on C. Derick Miller’s non-fiction novel, Diary of a Gonzo Ghost Hunter. My most recent release, Metas, is more of a creature feature and delves into some light sci-fi. I’m all about strong female leads, and two of my favourite films for that are The Descent and Ginger Snaps. They put modern spins on old classics and I use that as inspiration for all of my writing.
Uncaged: What are you working on next that you can share w…

RAE LOUISE'S METAS UNLEASHES A NEW BREED OF HORROR UPON MANKIND

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From PR Underground, the press release for my new science fiction horror novel, Metas.



... Full article at PR Underground
Copies of Metas are available at all major booksellers, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Black Rose Writing. Print and electronic review copies available upon request.
Contact: Christopher Miller/Social Media & Marketing Expert, Black Rose Writing
pr@blackrosewriting.com


MORBIDLY BEAUTIFUL REVIEWS THE FEAR

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RAE LOUISE’S THE FEAR SHOWCASES A NEW VOICE IN SUPERNATURAL HORROR AND CONJURES UP A DEMON WITH THE DARKEST OF DESIRES In The Fear, a multi-layered novel of supernatural terror and suspense, author Rae Louise delivers a pulse-pounding story of a conflicted family who must confront a terrifying evil within the walls of their own home. With nods to Frank De Felitta’s The Entity (1978) and Jay Anson’s The Amityville Horror (1977), Louise crafts a sinister tale about a household besieged by terror. A mother determined to protect her only child; a troubled sister with a painful past; a little girl stalked by a shadowy force—these are the characters who must stop the paranormal torment from taking over their lives. With each passing chapter The Fear grows darker and more macabre, drawing readers deeper into the story with vivid and at times grotesque details.
... Full review at Morbidly Beautiful