Paul has spent almost two decades searching for his missing sister and now, this Southern beauty could be the key to his quest. But someone would rather see Ginny dead than have her memories resurface. And although uncovering the dark secrets of the past could put them both at risk, it's a chance Paul's willing to take if it means finding his future…with Ginny.
It follows the trend of spooky, bayou mysteries that I've loving writing. This one is a complete stand-alone so no previous reading required to jump right into the story.
I'm hard at work on the next book, and always love some good atmosphere, so yesterday, we went to see THE WOMAN IN BLACK. It was good. Not great. Not bad. Some creepy moments, but the story, as a whole, was undeveloped. It could have been much better with some plot twists. Ah well. I'm beginning to think that if I want a good horror movie, I need to write it myself.
Have you seen anything good lately?
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