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From the Pen of Mae Clair

Welcome to From the Pen of Mae Clair…a virtual extension of Hershey, Pennsylvania

Are you ready to celebrate? To have some fun along with multiple chances to pick up goodies and prizes, not to mention a great selection of books?

Join me, and a host of other talented authors for (drum roll, please):

Colorful banner with words Rave Reviews Book Club 2016 Book & Blog Party prominently displayedThis is a club-wide event, with blog stops happening each day through August 31

No, I’m not giving away chocolate—although there is plenty of the virtual variety about, so help yourself (I’m kind of partial to the Hershey’s Extra Dark myself :D)

One lucky winner will receive a $15 gift card to Amazon or B&N
(winner’s choice)

All you have to do to be eligible to win is leave a comment on my blog with your email address (so I know where to find you). RRBC will randomly select a winner from the comments, so…

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Christy Jackson Nicholas, Author and Artist

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Those that comment on my post will be eligible for a $10 Amazon Gift Certificate!  (location: New York, US)
I have written five historical fiction novels so far, and am embarking on the sixth. I thought I’d bring everyone along on my journey as I do this one.
For information on my published works, including Legacy of Truth, which was just realeased July 6, 2016, please see the links below!
The process of writing a novel is a scary mystery to most people. Sometimes including those that actually write novels! My own process is just one of thousands of processes, but here is a peek into my mad method.
This is a series of posts on writing novels. The first part of this series…

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Love this review!

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Raven’s Peak by Lincoln Cole is a supernatural thriller that quickens your heartbeat and doesn’t stop building suspense until the final page. I was riveted by this book, because although these situations are typically seen as myth or religious “issues”, they were written so real and so raw that I felt this could happen in any town. Not only did that freak me out beyond belief, but it also entranced me so that I had to read to the very end.

When people in the small town of Raven’s Peak start to act peculiar, they call Abigail to help figure out what is going on. Abigail knows about supernatural things, and the townspeople trust her to help them as much as she can. She is a member of an Order that summons demons out of bodies, whether that be neighbors, friends, or strangers, and the people of Raven’s Peak need…

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