Greetings! Well, summer is in full swing, and most of us are still sheltering; still wondering if face masks are going to be a permanent thing. I sincerely hope you and your loved ones are well and that you have found ways to be happy in these extraordinary times. Me, Iâ€™m still writing. Speaking of whichâ€¦
As I mentioned last time, I have finished Book 3 in the Sarah Greene Mysteries series. I sent it off to be copyedited, and I have commissioned the cover. In the meantime, take a look at the title and blurb.
The Blood She Wore
After finding a cursed object in her house, Sarah is driven to solve the mystery of why the townâ€™s founder, John Dos Santos, turned to the demonic. Meanwhile, the streets are plagued by a terrifying wave of violence that includes the ritualistic killing of strangers. As Sarah gets closer to unearthing the truth, she discovers a connection to John that centers around the year 1925. But what is more frightening is the recurring vision of his housekeeperâ€™s ghost covered in blood.
With this book, I have created a trilogy that takes Sarah from discovering a dead girl in a mirror to full-on evil erupting in the town of Dos Santos. Itâ€™s a journey that will test Sarahâ€™s faith and take her to the brink. The book is scheduled for publication on November 2, 2020.
If youâ€™re in the mood for a cozy mystery with time travel, check out Tea, Anyone? by my friend and USA Today bestselling author S. R. Mallery.
For those of you with a Netflix account, take a look at this scary movie, It Comes at Night. I thought the actors were convincing and the writing and directing tight. This film shows you what happens when the line between survival and paranoia is erased.
Stay well. See you next month, when I continue my search for face masks featuring members of The Monkees.