When The Wild Rose Press decided on another collaborative writing event for their authors, I thought what fun to give a topic and everyone write something different for it. I was right! The idea was to take a setting with a few main characters and all the different authors, with all their different writing styles and genres, and have a ball with it. And we did.
The publishing company came up with the rules of the make-believe place (that’s what fiction is after all) and we all had ideas about how it looked and what feelings we got from the setting. We were to write around different holidays at the same Vermont inn. I chose Halloween. I love to write fantasy (as well as other things) and I thought everyone else would choose Christmas.
So far I’ve read three of the novellas and loved seeing how many different ideas came from one setting.
Witches’ Cliff, releasing this week on April 24, 2019, is a fantasy about a modern-day witch with an age-old problem. Somethings never change. Penny goes to the Deerbourne Inn over Halloween weekend to seek advice from an ancestor. Her ten times great grandmother was put to death during the Salem Witch Trials and since Penny has no relatives to talk to, she decides to conjure up her grandmother. She has a question that maybe the woman can answer. And since it is Halloween, it is a good time to get in touch with the dead.
Check out Witches’ Cliff and the other Deerbourne Inn series – e-published only. Novellas tell a story in a short amount of time. You can easily finish one in a weekend. They are normally around 100 pages – a short novel or long short story.
Witches’ Cliff and the Deerbourne Inn series are available on Kindle, Nook, Kobo and other e-published formats. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07PNK8QMT?pf_rd_p=f3acc539-5d5f-49a3-89ea-768a917d5900&pf_rd_r=KGKMJQCRCRMWVFT3CSGE.
What are you reading this weekend?