At least, that’s as far as Michael Sinclair is concerned. At twenty-seven, he has spent his entire life pretending that the ghosts he encounters on a daily basis do not exist. Now, if only the dead would let him rest in peace. Continue reading →
On the evening of his high school graduation, Nathan Pierce collapses on stage. Plagued with visions of a strange girl intent on killing herself, he wonders if his mental instability is a consequence of the deadly car accident he was in days earlier. Continue reading →
Although I never formally posted a review of When Copper Suns Fall by KaSonndra Leigh here at Permashift, I have mentioned it before, and I loved it. (Review can be found right around the corner at Caps Lock Thinks.) She’s friendly, hardworking, creative and tactful (from what I can tell :P) and kind to boot. And of course I’m gonna assist a writer from the South in whatever way I can. As an avid reader and an aspiring author, I am more than happy to support by commemorating the release of this author’s latest release here on my blog. Hacienda Moon launches today, and I’m here to give you the scoop on it all and even spoil y’all with some goodies.