Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Blog Hop: CROW'S REST by Angelica R. Jackson

Angelica has shared with us a scene from Crow's Rest where the main character, Avery, has an eerie experience in Preston Castle. Check out the scene below as well as my own strange experience.
Title: Crow's Rest
Author: Angelica R. Jackson
Published: May 12, 2015
Publisher: Spencer Hill Press
Isbn: 9781633920040
Pages: 288
Retail: $9.95
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Avery Flynn arrives for a visit at her Uncle Tam's, eager to rekindle her summertime romance with her crush-next-door, Daniel.
But Daniel’s not the sweet, neurotic guy she remembers—and she wonders if this is her Daniel at all. Or if someone—some thing—has taken his place.
Her quest to find the real Daniel—and get him back—plunges Avery into a world of Fae and changelings, where creatures swap bodies like humans change their socks, and magic lives much closer to home than she ever imagined.
About the author:
In keeping with her scattered Gemini nature, Angelica R. Jackson has far too many interests to list here.
She has an obsession with creating more writing nooks in the home she shares with her husband and two corpulent cats in California's Gold Country. Fortunately, the writing nooks serve for reading and cat cuddling too.
Other pastimes include cooking for food allergies (not necessarily by choice, but she’s come to terms with it), photography, and volunteering at a local no-kill cat sanctuary.
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Avery's experience:

                                                            My Spooky Experience

Well it is not that spooky but it totally scared the crap of me. In December I guess not sure but around that time, I woke up because of some sound (I'm a light sleeper). I thought it was a dream, so I tried to get back to sleep. And I heard that sound again skeeeesh. I sat up looked around myself but I was panicking but then thought whether my brother was playing a prank. calling out to him to hop out and stop but getting no response, I heard that sound again. Squinting around I couldn't see anything (I like to sleep in pitch darkness). On hearing that sound again and bolted for the switch and saw polythene bag on the floor moving because of fan, lol. I was shaking my head at my wild assumptions and I coincidentally I read Stiff as a Board and Light as a Feather by Zoe Aarsen which is a horror story. So yeah I know there is no real ghost here but it was spooky and I don't let anything around on my floor after that.  

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