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If I Should Die
Peyton Farley has settled into a new life in southwest Montana. Research and fact checking for a local newspaper is a perfectly safe job, or is it? One morning, Peyton awakens and finds a strange man in lace up work boots who is bleeding out on her kitchen floor. As Peyton calls 911 from her bedroom, someone is stealing the body.
Milk Carton People
Milk Carton People is a paranormal thriller about people who suddenly find themselves invisible, able to observe things but unable to participate. Do they go mad? Maybe they find others. It is quite possible that there is no point in being invisible.
Tag Archives: Eternal Press
I just want to give all of the Eternal Press Authors, Editors, Cover Artists and Kim Richards Gilchrist a round of applause for yesterday’s releases. You all rock. Continue reading
3. What do you have under your bed?
Our bed is a pedestal with drawers and cubbies under the mattress. We bought it with a waterbed mattress, but last year finally had to get rid of it because aging has not been kind to our backs. Now we have a memory-foam mattress and our backs thank us each night and morning! So there’s nothing much beyond clothing in the drawers that’s under our bed. Of course, if the bed could talk…the stories it could tell! Snicker…
5. Do you write in a bubble or do you prefer critique groups, writing buddies or other companionship during the process?
I don’t often let people in to the process, so I guess I write in a bubble a little bit. However that said I do often ask for help when it comes to things like the blurb. I’ve never been very good at writing them and having another person go over it and tell me whether it makes them want to read the book or not helps me refine it and make it better. Continue reading
4. Are you a plotter or a pantser when you are writing?
A bit of both. Usually I have the opening scene, and a few critical scenes from along the way on my mind before I start. During the process, I take notes, but I don’t have it all figured out when I begin. That way, there’s room for the characters to talk to me, or sometimes take sharp turns. I plan more ahead for the second half, especially when it’s a mystery where the case has to be solved at the end.
Welcome Back to Writerly Wednesday
What do you have under your bed? Monsters and crawly things… No, Lol Just Christmas presents from last year that I hid and forgot about, dust balls, and my little old pekingnese. She is alive but that is her favorite place to nap. I used to have a file that I kept reciepts in but it got flattened so it is out of reach now. Continue reading
Tell us about the most exciting place you have ever visited?
Alcatraz. It was the spookiest, most spine-chilling feeling exploring the island. A feeling that inspired many creative thoughts for situations I could I place my next lot of characters in.
The history of the island is fascinating. The day we were there, we got to talk to an ex-inmate visiting the island for a book signing. It was surreal. Continue reading
A chain of advertising agencies, a new breed of humans, and a fallen angel to worship…
Andel Talistokov is known for his slick advertising agencies across the globe. He is a fallen angel that uses advertising as a weapon for Satan’s work. His growing power emboldens him to break several of Hell’s Commandments. Furious with his arrogance, Satan commands him to return to Hell after finding his own replacement. Continue reading
My website: Blog Innocent Hearts. _http://www.eternalpress.biz/people.php?author=493__ My Angel, My Light as Darkness Falls Amazon Link YouTube YouTube Bio She was born in Mississippi and lives in Alabama. She went back to school late in life, graduated with a BA … Continue reading