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Saturday, July 27, 2019

The Blood Lights Book Blast and Giveaway

Blood red might make you think of horror and... you'd be right. Check out the book and the $25 Amazon gift card giveaway. Open worldwide, you have through 8/21 to enter. Good luck.

The Blood Lights
by Elaine Pascale
Genre: Horror
The Blood Lights are the last thing you’ll see…

They victimize all…

Jezzie Mitchell is in anguish; with her brother’s murder still on her mind, she’s noticed strange behavior among the girls in the residential treatment center where she works. Is there a connection between the contagion on Cape Cod and the deadly Bahamas vacation that changed her life?

Jezzie reaches out to former lover Lou Collins, a scholar who has chased proof of the lights for decades. Will he be able to solve the mystery of the lights in time?

Intensely competitive, reporter Bridgette Collins knows the lights are a way to secure fame in her career. And while it’ll put the final nail into the coffin of her ex-husband’s career, she vows to know the secrets of the lights. Even if it means unleashing a world-wide epidemic…

Elaine Pascale has been writing for most of her life. She took a break from fiction in order to give birth to two children and complete a doctoral dissertation. She lives on Cape Cod, MA, with her husband, son and daughter. She teaches a variety of courses at a private university in Boston: from English Composition and Communications to a Vampire Seminar. Her writing has been published in Allegory Magazine, Dark Fire Magazine, and several anthologies. She is the author of If Nothing Else, Eve, We've Enjoyed the Fruit, and is also the author of the nonfiction book: Metamorphosis: Identity Outcomes in International Student Adaptation--A Grounded Theory Study. She enjoys a robust full moon, chocolate, and collecting cats.

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  1. The book cover is very striking. It does grab your attention.

  2. I am so glad the cover is well received! Thank you all for the kind comments!

  3. The cover caught my eye right off. This looks like a book I would enjoy reading.

  4. The cover art seems appropriate for the book. Good job.

  5. Looks like a little bit of mystery here, I love mystery books.

  6. It's bright and it really draws me in!

  7. I like the cover-thanks

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