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Like every resident of Fane’s Cove, Cadence McKenna knows her town is, well, odd. And yet, they’re accustomed to the near-daily supernatural happenings- so accustomed, in fact, that when Gray Addison moves to town and stays, she is shocked to find that she’s the only one who insists that there must be something strange about him.
With her life-long- if minor- psychic sensitivity handed down from her grandmother, she knows that what she feels isn’t simple paranoia. After all, how many normal guys pay no mind to random poltergeist activity occurring right in front of them?
Cadence can’t blame anyone for wanting to ignore that there might be more to his presence there- perhaps if he is a normal guy, it’s just the first sign that whatever it is about the town that drives visitors away is fading. She might have even grudgingly let it go, but then she sees Gray acting very suspiciously and knows that she can’t dismiss her feelings until she understands why he’s in Fane’s Cove. Even if it means sticking her neck out by pretending to get close to him . . . and learning more about her town’s history than anyone would ever want to know.
Targeted Age Group: Young Adult
Book Price: $0.99
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I . . . really don’t know, except perhaps that with paranormal romance and urban fantasy, there is always an element of the unknown. There is always an unexplainable constant that makes anything possible.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Keep writing. I know everyone says that, and it’s the truth. The best thing you can do is keep writing and, this is difficult, but be open to criticism. It’s not all bad, and being open to feedback helps us to learn where our weak points are.
Gerilyn Marin is a self-proclaimed gothic tree-hugger, currently residing in the same small town where she grew up with her husband & 4 children.
She is fascinated by paranormal phenomena & ancient cultures, and has received several awards and nominations for her writing.
When not tapping away at the keyboard, or being yelled for by small people, Gerilyn spends time shying away from the sun, staring dreamily at pictures of supposedly haunted houses and deciding what color she’ll next use to torture her hair.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I had a dream that was too interesting not to turn into a story and wanted to try my hand at a Young Adult work.
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