We’re almost to the point of “Ready! Set! Go!” for “The Madwoman of Preacher’s Cove”! BHC Press will be releasing the digital version for tablet reading in a few weeks.
I’m always almost ‘in flight’ with positive publication jitters when we get closer to release time with any book. The premise for “The Madwoman of Preacher’s Cove” has been one that worked around in the writing mind for some time before coming together.
Get Ready for Weird!
“This is Alabama. Weird things happen.” — James Spann, Chief Meteorologist, ABC 33/40 News, Birmingham, Alabama
Any small town with mysterious deaths that could be simple murder or could be paranormal incidents will see lots of stress on the residents. That stress is increased in a small Alabama town, Preacher’s Cove. Some wonder who will be next; some KNOW.who will be chosen sooner or later. There is always the possibility that both straight out murder and paranormal activity are involved.
Where does one end and the next begin?
Preacher’s Cove may be small in population, but the history of tragedy that has driven some to the evil edge while seeking revenge and power is not small.
Set Up for Good Reading
A ‘local’ story, “The Madwoman of Preacher’s Cove” is a little different from the historical fiction that some of my stories feature. I enjoyed working in a setting featuring the region where I live and write. Many do not know of the mysterious nature of the southern country where some small towns could relate to Preacher’s Cove. There’s always a little history that carries forward to the present
Go! Watch for the Release
Early reviewers have focused on favorite characters such as twin sisters, Libby and Lucy or investigative journalist Hap Murray. Some are strongly hinting at the possibility of sequels using Murray’s investigative talents.
I’ll keep posting at my Facebook page, Twitter and here for the big announcement and the little teasers as they come available.
I will be looking forward to your reviews when the book is released where you can tell me your favorite characters.