A Fabulous Review of THE HAUNTING OF CHATHAM HOLLOW

Ciao, amici!

I read and appreciate every review I receive for every work I publish. I don’t post all of them here because I don’t want to inundate you (and I’m terribly uncomfortable tooting my own horn), but occasionally I like to share one as a reminder of a certain title or how it’s been received, and I haven’t for a while.

It’s time I do it again.

The Haunting of Chatham Hollow

I saw a wonderful review this week for The Haunting of Chatham Hollow on Dan Antion’s blog No Facilities, and I wanted to pass it along.

For those of you unfamiliar with Dan, he’s a prolific blogger who tirelessly supports indie authors, and he’s a talented author in his own right. You’ve probably seen my reviews for Knuckleheads and The Evil You Choose, the first two works in his Dreamer’s Alliance series.

Here’s an excerpt from Dan’s comments:

Is this a ghost story? Yes, but it is so much more than that. The characters, the mortal characters, in the ‘here and now’ – or the ‘there and then’ – are fully developed and have lives, loves, baggage, issues, hopes, and fears just like we do. They are also tangled up in a supernatural scenario with obligations to fulfill – obligations that may get them killed.

To read the full review (and I really hope you do), please click here.

Dan and I share Pittsburgh roots. You’ll see in his review he mentions our respective colleges and Panther Hollow, which served as the border between campuses. But you don’t have to be a Yinzer to appreciate his site anymore than you need to be one to appreciate mine. You don’t even need to be a Keystoner like my co-author, Mae Clair. Dan’s got plenty to share that everyone will be interested in. Should you choose to read his review, I encourage you to explore his site and become a follower. You’ll be glad you did.

One final thing: If you missed the Voices of Indie Podcast last night and want to play it at your convenience, you can find it here. I had a great time with the guys from Fresh Ink Group (Beem Weeks and Stephen Geez) and would love if you listened and/or shared the interview.

Grazie!