A Frighteningly Good Sale!

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Why am I so excited? Because I’ve never had a sale like this before. It runs on Amazon from 10/11-10/25.

After my late mom read the first book, she said, “Why did you have to write about everything I’m scared of?”

Did she mean being buried alive (and surviving), or snakes, or…well, other things? In each book, I write about what fascinates me: Bedlam, the history of mental illness, an 18th Century port town, unlikely heroes and heroines who deserve love just like the rest of us.

As a kid, Halloween was my favorite holiday. My friend and I had the privilege of being in charge of the “spook alley” at our local church, who hosted a party for the neighborhood every year. We used the back classrooms, and would start planning our ghoulish activities from the first of September on. And those were the low tech 70’s, mind you: peeled grapes for eyes, Jello for guts, you name it.

My books are less tame, and have been known to keep people awake all night reading. What happens to someone who’s been buried alive, but survives? And how do my hero and heroine deal with it, and the growing attraction toward each other, despite their differences and roadblocks? Add music and an 18th Century port town with pirates, randy sailors, and humor.

And if being buried alive doesn’t give you the creeps, what will? $.99 per ebook is my Halloween gift to you, my “Spook Alley,” so to speak.

Enjoy.  Mercy of the Moon/Heartbeat of the Moon/Echoes of the Moon

I suggest starting at the beginning:

 

Please remember that leaving an honest review means the world to novelists. Thanks for listening, and enjoy this Halloween season!

 

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