The Meadows Legacy of Darkness Book 1 A decades-old murder. A strange, blood-thirsty cult. And a house full of spirits. It was supposed to be a new beginning, a fresh start in the Shenandoah Valley, where Scarlett’s memories weren’t riddled with drug addiction and rehab. But after purchasing an abandoned house with a checkered past… Continue reading Books
Great editorial review from Reader Views! Wildfell by London Clarke is a gripping gothic suspense novel that will keep readers hooked to the end! The story begins with a sporadic overwhelmed Anne Fleming, who is contemplating staying or running from her ex-professor/boyfriend’s trial. She seems to be a key witness since she too faced the… Continue reading News
Hey, guys! Two weeks away from the release of THE MEADOWS! If you’d like to check out a little flash fiction and enter a giveaway and find out where to preorder The Meadows (if you haven’t already), then you might want to check out the 3 Partners in Shopping blog today. In the meantime, my… Continue reading Nowheresville, Virginia
The blog tour continues… Today I’m visiting the Ramblings of a Book Nerd blog and talking about my love affair with bats. Check it out HERE.
The Meadows is going on tour with Bewitching Book Tours for their Haunted Halloween Spooktacular! September 17 through October 31, The Meadows will be featured on the all of the stops you see below. Stop by and check them out if you have a chance! Many thanks to all the bloggers participating and to Bewitching… Continue reading The Meadows Book Tour
It’s Monday all day, which is good for me because I’m late with Monday reading recommendations. The first is a return to the classic gothic novel. Any readers of Victoria Holt out there? I used to read Victoria Holt’s novels as a kid, and honestly, she’s the reason why I’m a fan of the gothic… Continue reading Monday Reads
Six weeks until The Meadows releases! Today, I’m offering up a little taste of the novel, so I hope you enjoy! The Meadows October 1990 “Come on. It’ll be fun.” Hunter stared at his friend. “Compared to what?” Jason made a scoffing sound. “Compared to sitting in the car all night.” He shook his… Continue reading Come to THE MEADOWS