I’m super jazzed to be visiting my friend John W. Howell today with a post about the practices of mediums in the nineteenth century. I loved the research that factored into my upcoming release, Cusp of Night. And John is a stellar friend, not to mention a great author. I’ve read everything he’s written. I invite you to check out my post and John’s awesome books while you’re on his blog. He’s one of the most entertaining bloggers I know!
I know it is a little odd to see a guest post on the day I usually run a Views of the Neighborhood. I’ve done this for two reasons. 1. My friend Mae Clair is launching a new book and I want to help spread the word. 2. I am in Phoenix this weekend with no opportiunity to capture some sights there. So I am proud to turn my blog over to Mae Clair.
Many thanks for having me as your guest today, John! I’ve been making the rounds with my new mystery/suspense release, Cusp of Night, a book that uses dual timelines and elements of the supernatural.
For the past timelines, I delve into aspects of Spiritualism in the late 19th Century. This was a time when sham mediums were so common many of them advertised their services in the classified ads of local papers. People were…
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