I’m the first person to confess that I’m obsessed with fall.
I live for the autumnal equinox and mark it (see: pretty colors) on my agenda planner with hearts and pumpkins and fall leaves.
My house isn’t big enough to have a party like I want, plus I’ll be working all day, but I’d love to throw an autumnal magic equinox party one day. I have a Pinterest board ready and everything. See?
[Note: These aren’t my photos, just photos I found on Pinterest. If you want to know their origin, visit my Pinterest link above where I found them.]
In order to celebrate, Brian and I want to give you a special gift. A fall gift. A gift that will keep giving all autumn long. Our book!
read Harrowed for freeeeeeee!
We put the ENTIRE FIRST HALF of our first book HARROWED on Wattpad for you to read for free! Technically, it’s over half (by eight pages). If you love it let us know! If you want to read the rest, Brian and I put it on sale for the rest of autumn for only 99 cents!! <3 Cheers to my favorite season!
Harrowed is such a love letter to the fall for me, as you can tell by the cover. It’s set in the fall. Our villain is called the Harvester. There’s kissing and murder and a female sleuth (because I love my female sleuths).
Journalism Rule #1: Always report the story. Never become the story.
Avery Blair has accepted the fact that nothing exciting ever happens in her small town of Woodsview, Massachusetts. As the editor of the high school blog, she prays for something—anything—to come along that would make for a great headline.
When Beatrice Thompson’s body is found in the girls’ bathroom, Avery has her biggest story ever. The rumors circulating the school say that Beatrice took her own life, but Avery doesn’t believe it for a second. Her instincts prove true when the next day brings another body bag. The tiny community of Woodsview has become the hunting ground for a killer known as the Harvester. The killer targets Avery and her classmates, stalking their every move and terrorizing them with morbid messages.
With the help of her boyfriend Jason, her best friend Quinn, and an aging detective who can’t keep her off the case, Avery dives head-first into her own investigation. She discovers that the secret of the Woodsview Harvester is buried in the town’s history and its annual Harvest Festival celebration. With every clue she uncovers, Avery grows closer to unmasking the killer—and becoming the next victim.
Avery Blair has finally found a story to die for…if she can stay alive long enough to write it.
P.s. Brian and I finalized the cover for our sequel Haunted recently. I promise we’ll share that soon with you. Spoiler: It’s flippin’ gorgeous.
Much love and crunchy leaves,