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Now Available: Embrace the Hideous Immaculate

John Edward Lawson

BOOKS-thehideousimmaculate

We are proud to announce the publication of Embrace the Hideous Immaculate in both paperback and Kindle formats!

About the Book

Embrace the Hideous Immaculate is an excursion through nightmarish landscapes, vast alien terrains and shallow earthly trenches. Within these realms of darkness await outer space monstrosities, ancient undead goddesses, serial killer prophets, and revenants from the Deep South and South Pacific. Bram Stoker Award nominee, Chad Hensley, pushes the reader face first off a cliff and into the bottomless, abyssal plain where vast horrors lurk underground in cities made from infant bones.

In a collection that marries literary and contemporary horror, Hensley uses gothic subtext with a modern spin to send the living to the grave while the dead rise and walk the streets. The poetry contained in Embrace the Hideous Immaculate is unflinching and grotesque, mixing gore and depravity with verse that is both evocative and illuminating as…

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We are Empire Avenue

Empire Kred

Empire Avenue is an international social networking site run  by the members and much much more , let our members explain .

Empire Avenue to me has always been part-social network, part-business network, part game, part social medial analytics, and part social media TRAINING.  Empire Avenue teaches one how to best utilize their social media networks and provides you with a WORLDWIDE network of the most talented business owners, developers, designers, entreprenuers, writers, muscians, hackers, coders, bloggers, programmers, ever.
Empire Avenue is a “game based on real world social media interaction” which means “you can compete against other players or your own record” which gives you “daily motivation to improve your engagement.”
Empire Avenue offers “detailed analytics”, which means “you can measure social media engagement by network “which gives you a “fun and easy way to spot what’s working – and what’s not.”

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