We are a collective of traditionally published young adult authors who are passionate about writing suspenseful, intriguing novels for teens and adults. Our works range from contemporary, romance, paranormal, magical realism, or supernatural, but each of our novels feature a darkly delicious storyline that will leave you craving more.
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Thanks to everyone who participated in the Halloween Blog Hop! I used the free random generator at Random.org and the winner of a free copy of “The Portrait” is BookAttict. Congrats BookAttict! Please contact me with email address and I’ll send it out.
Hope everyone had a wonderful Halloween!
Get Ready – Get Set – Trick-or-Treat!
Crescent Moon Press authors are ready for Halloween! We’ll be blogging about everything scary.
Visit our blogs below, follow the instructions, and enter to win some great prizes between October 30-31.
I’ll be giving away a free copy of “The Portrait”
Good luck and hope to see you there!
Young Adult Readers: L.V. Pires is giving away one free copy of THE PORTRAIT. Simply comment on one of her posts at www.lisavpires.com and follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/lisavpires between now and October 31. One lucky winner will be chosen.
In Oliver Conroy and His Repossessed Soul (due out Spring, 2014) a teenage boy accidentally steals someone’s soul, leaving a poor, unsuspecting victim soulless, empty of conscience, or in other words—A PSYCHOPATH!
So, for Halloween this year, I’m celebrating the top 10 psychopaths in Children’s Literature – mostly because I think psychopaths are WAY scarier than ghosts and goblins. Who do you think is the top psychopathic character in children’s lit.?
1. Lord Voldemort, the evil wizard from Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling
One Day Workshops offered by Crescent Moon Press
Learn to create imaginary worlds that strengthen the believability of your prose. Used extensively by science fiction and fantasy writers, worldbuilding is an essential tool that helps readers buy-in to your alternate universe. Tips such as the top-down and bottom-up approach to worldbuilding will be discussed as well as methods of constructing context and consistency in your setting details.
You can click on the link above or click here to register.
Click below for the PDF link to our event.
October 20 at 2pm, Annapolis Library.