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It seems like it has been ages since I’ve published anything new. In fact, I doubt it even just seems that way and actually has been ages. Now, I know that whether I publish or not doesn’t define my status as a writer. I write, thus I am a writer by definition. However, my stories going out to the masses is a part of the process that is long overdue. And without further ado, let me just introduce my latest crazy contribution to the world of horror and supernatural fiction.

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COMING MARCH 22, 2018

Exorcising The Past

A Novella by Anne Belle

Genre : Horror/ Supernatural Suspense

Kindle e-book exclusive with limited author only available print editions for promotion purposes.

From the back cover:

Life was finally coming together for Anna. When Scott asked her to help him with a case involving a four year old child being attacked by unseen forces, she didn’t hesitate. What she didn’t expect was to come face to face with demons direct from her own past. Anna must make the decision to face the past and close doors she didn’t open before she can move on with her life. Will she find a way to be rid of him at last? Find out in the exclusive Kindle e-book release Exorcising The Past by Anne Belle

 

 

Exciting stuff right?! I’m really excited about this one. It will be a quick read for those who enjoy the genre. But, I’m happy to say that this could be the start of a series of short works that could be compiled into a collection later on. I am certainly open to the idea of the continuing characters and theme of the paranormal investigation cases if you, my dear readers, want more of Scott and Anna.

Just a quick preview this time. More details coming later in the week!

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Nightstand Reads #2 : The Folcroft Ghosts

I am a sucker for a good ghost story.  How else did I get started writing the sort of fiction I do?

That being said, among my Amazon recommendations was this author I had never read before or heard of. So, with a $3.99 price tag on the kindle version, I decided to give it a shot.

I have to say that I was delighted with this gem of a read. From start to finish, the whole book was engaging for the imagination. In fact, I would place this squarely in the mystery genre since you spent most of the book piecing together clues with the main characters, a brother and sister duo in tragic circumstances.

Written from the perspective of the older sibling,  Darcy Coates’s style was captivating as it provided a window into how she coped with the incapacitation of a single parent as well as how she unravels what to do when faced with dangerous circumstances. As an older sibling myself I could easily relate to the girl and the sense of duty that Coates easily portrayed.

Well written and engaging, I was pleased with the read. I found myself reading this one in a matter of a couple of days between work and my other obligations. It helps that I had some slow time to read at the office. I would recommend this to readers both in the adult and the young adult audience spectrum. I thought it was a fairly clean read with a well-developed plot that had plenty of twists and turns before it was concluded.

Over all, I give this one 4 stars on Amazon and GoodReads.

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