Happy Halloween all! Do I have a treat for you...
The description of this mysterious adult paranormal thriller had me chomping at the bit to read it. The co-authors only sweetened the deal and made me want to read it even more. I was in the Winter Wonders anthology with Tina Moss and Yelena Casale and I fell in love with their captivating writing styles at that point. So much so that as soon as I heard about A Touch of Darkness, I couldn't hardly wait for it to release. Thankfully, I was lucky enough to get an ARC! But you're in luck, it releases officially from the publisher today!
I highly recommend this for fans of adult paranormal novels who don't mind a bit of graphic material.
Find it on:
Amazon / B&N / Goodreads
Here is a bit about it:
Cassie’s working for a tightwad boss at a pretentious NYC diner, dealing with paralyzing pain that doctors can’t diagnose, and trying to hide her hands that glow purple whenever she ...well, whenever.
So, when a mysterious stranger walks out of her dreams and into her life to spout some nonsense about her being a mythical creature, she chalks it up to one more crazy thing to add to her it’s-a-crappy-life list. Yet, when the stranger’s predictions start to come true, she discovers a world that could shake up her humdrum existence.
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
As a special treat, last Monday we shared scary stories in honor of October. Some are true, some legend. See if you can tell which...
of the same apartment, the current owner is woken by the sound of voices on his balcony. #
Well I took my kids (true story) to this haunted pirate inspired theme park over the weekend. #
Yes! # and this cornfield was heavy with mist and there I was with my two terrified children trying to get out..trying to find
@ He's about to get up, but his dog licks his hand, meaning all should be well. So he goes back to sleep. #
that last Scarecrow # coming at me in the misty cornfield was awesome. Going to have to photoshop something like it.
Changed her name to protect me (I was in elementary school). Made for an interesting childhood #
It's two men. Chatting. They glare at the man when he asks what they're doing on his balcony. #
All these things are documented. And are scary as hell! #
I don't know, I've read a lot of scary books an all it did was first make me a jumpy person, then desensitized me #
Seems that the key to "scary" stories is not so much the ick or creep factor, but the tension of the suspense. #
There were all sorts of creepy stories about that place. I lived there for 7 months. The creep factor was high the entire time. #