Indigo, the exciting sequel to Violet is now available in print and Kindle! To purchase, click on the link to my author page in the sidebar to the right. Here is the jacket info:
A stranger on a corner, watching. A match lighting up a face. A woman determined to get revenge. Violet saw it all, through their eyes. She experiences their fears, their grief, and their anger, but only for a few moments at a time. After that, she is left to discover the reasons why she has the visions. Though she is a school teacher by trade, Violet is a psychic, and now her teenaged son, Daniel, is too. Violet’s visions can often be intrusive, but one particular connection to a grief-stricken mother becomes overwhelming, and Violet isn’t certain what to do. Every person she “sees” needs help, but this time Violet falters as she first witnesses what she believes is a murder, and then several rescues. She isn’t sure of the course she should take, and then a dangerous old high school acquaintance returns to town, followed by a series of terrifying events for Violet’s whole family. Violet must solve the mystery of both her visions and a threat close to home if she wants to save her marriage, her home, and her own life.
Also exciting: Violet has a new look! Check out the new cover art when you go to my author page on Amazon. 🙂
Violet is my first published work as an indie author. The book is a paranormal mystery which features a middle-aged school teacher as the heroine living in a small town of Western New York State. I have included the jacket info here, and below I offer sample chapters to read for free. To purchase either the paperback or ebook, click the link in the sidebar, which will take you to my Amazon author page.
Violet seems like an ordinary mother who works as an elementary teacher for a living, but most people don’t know a secret she shares only with a few…she’s psychic. Because she has visions and dreams about troubling situations, she often finds herself in uncanny predicaments, uncertain circumstances, and even downright odd experiences, but never really dangerous. Violet knows her visions are only things she sees in her mind and can’t affect her physically, but she begins to wonder about a figure which keeps appearing with a menacing air. Somehow she also finds herself getting involved in a business relationship with a haunted house, even though she doesn’t believe in ghosts. Suddenly her world is turned on its head as she begins to unwind the strange truth of the dark, frightening figure, and as she begins to question whether or not ghosts really exist. Violet takes the ordinary life of a family-oriented woman and makes it other-worldly as she unfolds the mystery of an abused child, a woman murdered in the past, and a death close to home which affects Violet’s family in the most unexpected of ways.
Want to test the water before leaping into the pool? Here is a free sample of my book, Violet: Violet sample chapters.