Book Cover Unmemory by Kristi DeMeester
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Unmemory by Kristi Demeester Review

Book Cover Unmemory by Kristi DeMeester

An original, 9,000-word short story by Kristi DeMeester, with 10 illustrations by Yves Tourigny. A university student attempts to track down the briefly-glimpsed Christmas film which traumatized her as a child.

You can buy a copy here: http://www.yvestourigny.com/shop/demeester


Toni’s Teaser Review

There is so much about to love about DeMeester’s writing. It makes heart happy to read anything that she writes. This story is interesting. I feel like there is more there then just the words. I feel this with so much of her writing.

Click here to see Toni’s full review on The Misadventures of a Reader

Laurie’s Teaser Review

There is seduction and simmering distaste and all sorts of uglies and strangeness bubbling under the surface of this story and that’s what I love most about DeMeester’s writing. She knows how to create atmosphere and a sense of disquiet and she does it very well here.

Click here to see Laurie’s full review at Bark’s Book Nonsense

Emily’s Teaser Review

I did really enjoy reading Unmemory, and I adore Kristi’s writing. She’s an auto-buy author for me, and I can’t wait to see what she does next.

Click here to see the full review on Emily’s Goodreads

Alex’s Teaser Review

4.5 out of 5 for Unmemory from me! DeMeester just know show to tell a story and her way with words will just make you warm all over. HIGHLY recommended!

Click here to see Alex’s full review on FindingMontauk


About Kristi Demeester

Kristi DeMeester
Photo Courtesy of Kristi Demeester.com

Kristi DeMeester is the author of BENEATH, a novel published by Word Horde, and the author of EVERYTHING THAT’S UNDERNEATH, a short fiction collection published by Apex Publications. Her short fiction has appeared in publications such as Ellen Datlow’s The Best Horror of the Year Volume 9, Year’s Best Weird Fiction Volumes 1 and 3, Black Static, The Dark, Apex Magazine, and several others.

She is currently at work on her fourth novel and seeking representation.

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