Thursday, January 22, 2015

BOOK SALE: Four Rubbings by Jennifer Hotes

 SALE: $0.99

Book details:




FOUR RUBBINGS by Jennifer Hotes
Genre: Young Adult Gothic novel
Publisher: Booktrope Publishing

Blurb:

Halloween.
The night the barrier between the dead and the living is as thin as muslin. Fourteen-year old Josie, haunted by the death of her mother, leads her best friends to an ancient cemetery to rub graves. Convinced she will come away with proof of her mother’s spirit at last, the evening takes an unexpected turn as the teens gravitate four ways into the haunted grounds. Set against the backdrop of the rainy Pacific Northwest, four graves will be rubbed, touching off a series of events that will rattle their once mundane lives. From the lonely World War II hero to an accused witch, the people buried beneath the stones have stories that need an ending. The journey to unravel the mysteries leaves the friends wondering if the graves would’ve been better off left alone.




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Author Bio:



Encouraged by her mother-in-law, Elizabeth A. Hotes, who told her to create something and share it with others, Jennifer writes and illustrates to keep her memory alive.
To date, Jennifer’s favorite medium is pen and ink, but she also loves to paint a wall or canvas.
Her works have been featured at benefit art auctions, adorned the walls of public spaces, graced  homes and enhanced books with vibrant covers and internal illustrations.
Four Rubbings is Jennifer’s first novel, though she’s busy writing the second book in the Stone Witch Weries presently. Four Rubbings is great for readers that enjoyed the Harry Potter series, and has been a fun book club pick across the country. The author loves Skyping into book clubs, so email her and ask – she may just surprise you with a cyber visit!

You can find Jennifer at her usual hangouts:


Website: http://www.jenniferlhotes.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JenniferLHotes
Twitter: https://twitter.com/JenniferLHotes
Blog: http://www.jenniferlhotes.com/sticks-and-stones-blog/