Childhood Imagination Sows Seeds of Future Brilliance
Today I’m participating in the The Awesome Indies Magical Mystery Tour, hosted by the Awesome Indies. From the 27th to the 30th September you’ll have the chance to pick up some special offers or win some awesome prizes at all the blogs participating in the tour, including mine.
Why is it called the Magical Mystery Tour? Because it highlights the magical and mysterious qualities of some of the books listed on the Awesome Indies. Also, there’s a chapter of a mystery at each blog, and a tour for you to take to read the full story and find the key you need to enter the Giveaway for an Amazon gift card. (First prize is a $25 card, second prize is $15 and third prizes is a $10 card.)
All you have to do is start at the Awesome Indies, follow the links from blog to blog, read the story and pick up the clue to the mystery key to enter the draw when you get back to the Awesome Indies. While you’re at each blog, read about the authors book and enter their giveaway or pick up their special offer.
Orange Petals In A Storm: Part 1 of the SkylaMcFee Series.
Be transported into the hauntingly beautiful dream-world of the imagination in which we find shelter from every hazard and outlive the longest night.
Read what others say about this book:
“…A delicate, luminous, mysterious book. I am not able to decide what the exact genre is – is it magical realism? Fantasy? Literary fiction? All of the above? It’s hard to define.”
“After reading the first paragraph, I knew I had picked a winner. The story instantly engages you, the words flowing elegantly and as magically as the story itself…”
“This is deeply soulful writing, pitch perfect for our fractured times.”
“Unputdownable…You will read and re-read.”
“Niamh Clune is, in the Irish tradition, a masterful wordsmith. The story is beautifully written, powerful, moving, original and believable.”
“…A female Pat Conroy. This Irish lassie has been kissed by the faeries in order to come up with such an outstanding work. Mystical writing at its best!”
EVERY BOOK YOU BUY ON THE TOUR GETS YOU ANOTHER ENTRY INTO THE GRAND PRIZE DRAW.
Click here to buy: http://www.amazon.com/Orange-Petals-Storm-Series-ebook/dp/B0055DVQEG On offer for 99cents.
Written by S.M. Boyce
Kevin continued staring at Walter, eyes locked but unblinking. The man still wouldn’t speak.
Walter frowned. “You’re driving me crazy, you know that? I’ve known you for decades, but I swear you get a little crazier every year. First you go running off behind those cabins, doing God knows what in the ruins. Then you’re talking to the wall when you think I’m not here. You sleep on a mattress outside, for God’s sake. If you know something about this comb, you tell me now!”
Kevin took a step back, eyes wide at Walter’s outburst. Even Walter cringed inwardly. He was letting this get to him. He needed to step back and relax.
“I don’t even know what you’re talking about,” Kevin said.
“A comb, little thing. Pam was talking about it. When was the last time you went into the station? What are you doing back there, Kevin?”
“Nothing. I work, take walks, and sleep. It’s all I do.”
“You’re lying to me.”
Kevin shrugged again and shook his head. “Can’t lie when I’m telling the truth. I didn’t do anything.”
Walter grunted in response and turned back toward his house. His gut twisted with nerves. Something here didn’t add up, and it hurt his brain the more he thought about it. Expensive combs didn’t just turn up in abandoned buildings.
He sighed. In all honesty, it was probably just a comb someone dropped on accident while breaking into the station. Visitors were drawn to the old building, just like the camper who found the hairpiece. Someone could have easily dropped it without realizing they’d done it.
But if that was true, why did every ounce of him scream that this thing was bad news? His bones ached. Tension pulled on his shoulders. He wanted to nap, to sleep it off, but he couldn’t ignore his intuition. Something bad was about to happen.
Don’t forget to find what you need to work out the key to the big draw. Good luck!