Hello Again! I’m Diane Davis White and I’m here to say, I hope everyone is having a spooky All Hallows Eve, and you’ve been chilled to the bones, thrilled to the loudest decibel of a scream, and happy to experience all the ghostly and frightening things that happen on the night of the dead and the undead–coming soon to your nearest neighborhood.
Many of my books are Historical Native American Romance and paranormal in the respect that they all have visions and dreams that become reality. And of course, once in a while a shape shifter ambles through a story, but briefly. I like to think of my stories as multi-genre, and include the occasional time travel.
In Moon of the Falling Leaves, a Lakota warrior/shaman has a vision that calls to him to help a white family. In Moon of Ripening, there are instances of ESP between the hero and heroine that keep them safe. In Moon of Hard Winter there is time travel, visions and ESP to titillate the senses.
So even though there are few things here that go bump in the night, the spell binding stories of love and danger, coupled with the use of dreams, visions and extra sensory perception, and other-worldly spirits should be enough to draw you into a highly thrilling All Hallows Eve.
In the first stories she was earning her wings. Now she has them, it’s a struggle to hold on to them sometimes, especially with her strict and domineering mentor, Pricilla. Pricilla is as straight-laced as they come, and everything is strictly by the book. Her constant hounding of the hapless demi-angel she is supposed to be teaching, becomes a tug-of-war with every assignment. Sadie, though often right, is just as often out of her element and the pair seem to need each other, though neither admits it.
Coming soon to a Kindle book near you!
The Adventures of Sadie, The Shady Angel
Keep your eyes open! Sadie is coming soon to haunt you!