It’s here! Never Forget the 15th novel of the Haunted Series has been released! The beta reader gave his blessing, and I uploaded the ebook to Amazon and Barnes and Noble this evening, June 21st, 2015. I hope to see it available late tonight or tomorrow. In honor of this release, The Hauntings of Cold Creek Hollow will go on Countdown this Friday, June 26th, 2015 for $.99 and £.99. This would be an excellent time for possible new readers to pick up a copy of the first book of the series. That’s not all. The Webguy has consented to treat us with a song from Murphy to Mia called “Never Forget.”
Listen, download, and watch here or from YouTube.
Thank you all for your patience and encouragement.
Let me tempt you with this:
Never forget that there are things in the first push of a thunderstorm that are dangerous to you: hail, plow winds, and Wanderers. These spirits cross the plains with the weather fronts. They are looking to feed off of the energy of creatures, living and dead, who have been foolhardy enough to be caught outside in the rain.
The driving rain of Illinois can stop a lot of things too. This time, it’s a semi-trailer truck carrying a pair of African elephants who become lost and can’t forget that they have been hurt. They are haunted by memories, and in Bilbo’s case, the ghost of his former maniacal trainer. Tom Braverman has asked Murphy to help him locate these creatures before they hurt someone in their panic or are preyed upon by hunters. Mia joins them, and soon she is guiding them to a place where the elephants will be safe, knowing she will have to face an old foe there first.
Never forget that that there are some entities who won’t give up, that are willing to team up with humans in order to break and drive Mia towards them.
Most importantly, never forget that someone loves you and will move heaven and earth to keep you from harm.
Join Mia, Murphy and PEEPs as they navigate rural Illinois, an abandoned shopping mall, and things best not forgotten in “Never Forget,” the 15th “Haunted Series” novel.