Fiend Fest

I’m visiting with Judi Lynn today and sharing a short excerpt from Cusp of Night set in the present. Most of my posts have been about the past and spiritualism, but this one focuses on my creature, “the Fiend.” If you get a moment I hope you’ll pop by and check it out.

I also highly recommend following Judi’s blog when visiting. She’s one of my sister authors with Kensington, and has written cross genre in urban fantasy and romance. She has a new cozy mystery series coming out this fall that eagerly I’m looking forward to and has an entertaining blog. Click “follow” while you’re there! 🙂

Judi Lynn

Today, I’d like to welcome Mae Clair as my guest.  I read Mae’s blog every week and enjoy it.  I’ve read a good share of her writing, too.  She writes paranormal suspense with a mix of eerie happenings and strong characters.  Her novel, CUSP OF NIGHT, came out June 12th.  I bought it and, for me, it was a five-star read.  I’ll let her tell you about it:

Thanks so much for having me as a guest on your blog today! I’ve been making the rounds with my newest release Cusp of Night. This is a book that blends past and present in a mystery/suspense theme, laced with paranormal elements. I’ve set the story in a fictional river town called Hode’s Hill. In the latter part of the nineteenth century, a devil-like creature terrorized the town and committed several horrific murders. The beast was never caught, but the legend remained.

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