My grandmother lived with us until I was ten. When she passed away, I hoped and wished to see her in spirit form. For me, the thought of ghosts was both comforting and delightfully scary. Since then, I’ve consumed all kinds of ghost stories, my favorite being Flannigan’s series. My brother says ghost stories are like Christmas for morbid people. Okay. Guilty as charged. But it is with special delight that I bring to you Beyond Sight, my foray into a genre that occupies a rich place in my heart. It will be available everywhere books are sold on October 5. Hope you enjoy. Please leave a review on Amazon, GoodReads, and Barnes and Noble if you do. I had a lot of fun playing around in Canva for this video.
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My novel Blue Woman Burning was published by Emperor Books, an imprint of Red Penguin Books, in the fall of 2021: "In the cold descending breeze of the Altiplano between Chile and Bolivia, Fallon’s narcissistic mother bursts into flames before her family’s eyes. The inexplicable nature of their loss marks each family member in a different way." Against the Grain, my latest novel, will be released on Earth Day 2022: “Against the Grain combines gorgeous poetry and romance with heart-stopping action, as the daughter of a rich CEO joins forces with a logger’s son to stop a huge lumber company from destroying an ancient redwood forest. The trees themselves become surprisingly powerful characters in this rich, multilayered novel. After reading Against the Grain, you’ll never look at a tree in the same way again,” says Matt Witten, bestselling author of The Necklace. My book of short stories, Strange Appetites, won the Adirondack Center for Writing People's Choice Award. I love all that is absurd, odd, and beautiful. View all posts by laledavidson