aia_magicalMTour2Today I’m participating in the The Awesome Indies Magical Mystery Tour, hosted by the Awesome Indies. From the 27th to the 30th September you’ll have the chance to pick up some special offers or win some awesome prizes at all the blogs participating in the tour, including mine.

Why is it called the Magical Mystery Tour? Because it highlights the magical and mysterious qualities of some of the books listed on the Awesome Indies. Also, there’s  a chapter of a mystery at each blog, and a tour for you to take to read the full story and find the key you need to enter the Giveaway for an  Amazon gift card. (First prize is a $25 card, second prize is $15 and third prizes is a $10 card.)  

All you have to do is start at the Awesome Indies, follow the links from blog to blog, read the story and pick up the clue to the mystery key to enter the draw when you get back to the Awesome Indies. While you’re at each blog, read about the authors book and enter their giveaway or pick up their special offer.

If you haven’t started the tour, pop over to the Awesome Indies and start now: AWESOME INDIES BLOG

If you’re on the Magical Mystery Tour already, then read on …

What is magical and/or mysterious about my book?


ARROW OF THE MIST is full of mystery and scary creatures. 15-year-old Lia must decipher and create a 13-part elixir to save her father from the poison of enchanted roots. Her quest takes her to a forbidden land where she faces trickster creatures and soul-hungry shades.

Special tour offer:

All Ebook formats are selling at only 99 cents! 


 And the Awesome Indies mystery story continues …

Ghost Town


by Christina Mercer

Addie did her best to keep the terror clawing at her insides from showing. It was best to play dumb and not give her aunt another massive anxiety attack. She’d get rid of that haunted comb; bury it with the others, deep in a hole where no hands could ever reach it. How this one had escaped her all these years, she didn’t understand. But the thing had to be dealt with by nightfall.

Her uncle grumbled something under his breath and eased himself into his recliner like he did every other evening. He clicked on the television and the familiar reporter announcing bad weather in some faraway place drew even her aunt from her constant worrying.

“I’m going for a short walk,” Addie said, drawing absent-minded nods from them both. She slipped outside and lit a cigarette. Three long drags relaxed her nerves enough to start walking toward the campsite.

She crossed the old bridge, glancing back several times. The hairs on her neck told her someone was watching her. It was most likely Kevin. He wouldn’t dare approach her, though. The last time he put his sleazy hands on her she pushed her pocketknife against his stomach and told him his long-dead mommy was watching from overhead.

Past the old workers’ cabins, she spotted the two tents on the bluff overlooking the railroad yard. The cozy trio were nowhere to be seen, which might make things a whole lot easier for her. She could take the comb and get rid of it without anyone being the wiser.

“Hello, hello, anyone at home?” Her greeting was met with silence.

She approached the first tent, took a quick look behind her, and then peeked inside it. The man, Rick, stared at her from lifeless eyes. Blood covered his crumpled body. A scream lodged in Addie’s throat and she started to run back toward the cabins. Then she spotted the woman, Mandy, charging out of the second tent and head straight for her.

Now click through to the NEXT BLOG for the next part of the story and another special offer or give away. Don’t forget to find what you need to work out  the key to the big draw. Good luck!