I share 10 tips on how to be a better writer in a guest post HERE on Page Turning Books!
My book blog tour was derailed last week due to Heartbleed. When those posts are online, I will link to them here. Until then, here’s the stop for today! I’m interviewed on My Love For Books about my writing schedule and I talk about my favorite meal in my favorite restaurant in Cambridge, MA. Check it out!
Next stop of the Book Blog Express, and it’s a two-fer!
The electromagnetic indicator ticked.
“Guys?” Paul’s voice was edged with tension.
Tara and Steven turned.
Paul was hastily backing away from the fireplace. “Guys, something is going on here…”
The indicator ticked again.
A flash of lightning, a CRACK of thunder.
And the lights went out.
[The real estate agent] stepped closer and smiled tightly. “Mr. Trent,” she said in a low voice, “It is a house. It is a property that I am trying to sell. And that is all. Mr. Lacey has requested that you be granted access, and that’s his right. But I would appreciate it if you left me out of it – and didn’t go blabbing your mouth and making my job harder.”
Steven tilted his head. “You did see something, didn’t you?”
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The stacks were dark, save for a small bulb that illuminated the light switches – and even when Tara flipped these on, the rows and rows of books were only dimly lit. The overhead fixtures hung down in hemispherical metal shades, grimy with dust.
Tara started walking, and Steven followed. She studied the card in her hand, then began scanning the call numbers of each row she passed. Suddenly she stopped and frowned.
“Did you hear something?”
Read an excerpt of my novel Haunted here at Blog-A-Licious Authors!