This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Jennifer will provide two $20 Amazon GCs and five copies of Thoroughly Modern Monsters, her short story collection, to randomly drawn commenters during the tour. The grand prize to one randomly drawn commenter will be a $25 Amazon Gift card, a copy of These Hellish Happenings (her first novel) and a copy of Thoroughly Modern Monsters.
The environment in which one creates is very important. Trust me, I once tried to write a draft of a short story sitting on the ground outside my classroom when I was in university. Needless to say, it didn’t work.
While it’s probably horrible for my back and my future carpal tunnel (I know it’s in there! It’s only a matter of time!), I sit on my bed in order to write my fiction on my netbook. I’ve made it my goal to surround myself in my room with things I find inspirational in order to keep those creative juices flowing.
I have but one window in my bedroom which unfortunately looks right into the upstairs window of the house next door! But fortunately, when I’m working and working well, I get so wrapped up in what I’m writing that I don’t need a spectacular view, anyway. I’ve got all I need inside!
Thank you for taking this tour of my writing space with me! Happy reading and writing to you all!
About the Author:
When Erasmus Bramble finds the recently-deceased Angus Heyer rummaging through his kitchen cabinets, he knows he has a unique case on his hands.
As paranormal investigators in rural Ohio, Ras and his business partner Antony Yeats tackle ghostly problems on a daily basis, from poltergeist exterminations to troubled spirits just looking for a shoulder to cry on. Angus isn’t looking for ghost therapy. He needs Ras and Yeats to help him retrieve a pocket watch stolen from him after death, a pocket watch that is said to be cursed: The Beldam’s Eye.
The skeptical Ras and Yeats agree to take Angus’s case, but they soon find themselves in over their heads, facing murder, theft and perilous dark magic. Is it all just backwoods superstition or is the curse of The Beldam’s Eye grisly reality?