Best-selling W.V. author
The Dead of Winter
Review - WV Observer
I am really enjoying my new incarnation as a best-selling author of fiction. My first book, “The Dead of Winter” was born of my insane lifelong attraction to horror movies. I remember staying up late with my older brother, Pete, on the living room floor, where we’d dragged tons of blankets and pillows to spend those special nights. Though he was older, Pete was just as scared as I.
For those of you who are too timid for the horror genre, please know my next book is a true thriller. Look for “Leave No Trace” later this year.
Check out the Book Synopsis, Back Story and Book Trailer. Yes, It seems every book now has a trailer.
I’m encouraged by the reviews, flattered, even. I hope you’ll take a look at them. New authors live or die by reviews, especially the ones on Amazon and Goodreads. Please leave one of your own. (But only if you like it.) It’s easy to do.
In the meantime, thank you for your support. I’ve enjoyed my book signings and other events centered around “The Dead of Winter.” They wouldn’t have been successful without you. All together they helped be become a best-selling author in West Virginia, both in 2015 and again every month this year.
Like the thousands of others who visit Winters’ Farm and Orchard each year, four young professionals from the city eagerly anticipate picking apples and pumpkins and taking the challenge of the Giant Corn Maze together. It’s the last day of the farm’s PumpkinFest season, and the weather and the farm are picture perfect.
They discover they picked the wrong weekend to stay at the farm’s Bed and Breakfast for their reunion, however, and after a frantic twenty-four hours of deception and mayhem, they find themselves unwilling participants in a horrific family tradition.