Happy Thursday! It’s the next-to-last day of The Haunting of Chatham Hollow blog tour for this week (you can find Staci and me at Sally Cronin’s fabulous blog on Saturday). Thank you to everyone who has stuck with the tour, left comments, and shared your thoughts. Staci and I both appreciate your awesome support!
For my final stop, I’ll be visiting D. L. Finn, a wonderful friend and Story Empire colleague with a perpetually sunny disposition and a whimsical outlook on life. I love that she has never lost her magical sense of childhood, an outlook reflected in her writing. She’s a diverse author with a collection that spans novels to short stories, poetry, and children’s books.
Her most recent release, A Voice in the Silence is both suspenseful and highly imaginative. I loved the characters—including the four-legged ones! You can find all of Denise’s releases on her Amazon Author Page.
When you’ve finished browsing, I hope you’ll join me on her blog where I’ll be introducing my final character, and lead protagonist, Victor Rowe. By this point—if you’ve been following along on the tour—you’ve heard a lot about him!
Comments are closed on this post, but I hope you’ll join me THERE.
Happy Hump Day! I’m almost at the midway part of my book tour for Things Old and Forgotten. Thanks to all who have been popping in and out as I make the rounds of the blogosphere. I feel like a celebrity, LOL!
Today, I’m visiting my Story Empire colleague, D.L. Finn. Denise is bonafide sweetheart with a wonderfully whimsical outlook on life. As an author, she’s highly diverse, writing everything from fictional novels to short stories, poetry, and childrens’ books. She’s never lost her magical sense of childhood.
When I think of Denise, I think of dolphins, angels, and fairies. Her Evildwel series combines mystery elements with the tug-of-war between angels, humans and “evildwels.” I especially loved This Last Chance, and hope there will be more tales coming. Her most recent release, Tree Fairies and Their Short Stories is a children’s book for all ages. I found it endearing, heartfelt and magical. You can find these and numerous other releases on Denise’s Amazon Author Page.
While visiting Denise today, I’m sharing an excerpt from my short story, Desert White. I thought this particular story was a good match for Denise’s blog. If you have a moment, hop over and see what it’s all about. You can visit us HERE.