Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Fade into the Woodwork Book Blast: Giveaway for a $25 Amazon Gift Card!


Fade into the Woodwork
by Kristina Circelli

Abducted in broad daylight, locked away in a basement cage, starved for food and light -- how would you escape your prison?

Valentina Murdoch finds herself asking that same question after she is attacked and kidnapped one ordinary morning. Brought to a secluded hideaway in the middle of the woods to await her fate at the hands of “the boss,” she has but days to survive.

Utilizing her love of action movies to create a plan, Valentina plots her escape while battling a crippling fear of the dark -- for the dark is where her childhood nightmare lurks, waiting for her one moment of weakness. But as the clock winds down, and her husband’s search for her threatens his own life, Valentina realizes that her true fight lies within herself.

Will she have the strength to survive, or will the dark -- and all the figures that haunt it -- finally win?

Available on September 18th
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Meet the Author:
Night owl, Dorito lover, and quiet eccentric, Kristina Circelli is the author of several fiction novels, including The Helping Hands series, The Whisper Legacy, The Never, and The Sour Orange Derby.

Her latest series, The Whisper Legacy, features Beyond the Western Sun. This book is what all fantasy adventures must strive to be: a complex, intricate examination of human emotion set within the context of worlds known only in our imagination. Melding fantasy and legend in an epic quest, this series signals the arrival of Kristina Circelli as a master storyteller and an important voice in Native American literature.

A descendent of the Cherokee nation and niece of a Cherokee elder, Circelli holds both a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in English from the University of North Florida, where she teaches creative writing. She also heads Red Road Editing, a full-service editing company for independent authors and commercial clients.

She currently resides in Jacksonville, Florida, with her husband, Seth, and cats, Lord Finnegin the Fierce and Mr. Malachi the Mighty.

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35 comments:

  1. I can't remember the name of the book, I read it when I was a teenager....but it was a true story and the victims were force fed hydrochloric acid....scary

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  2. I can't remember the name, i was younger, but it was by Frank Peretti (sp?)

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  3. The scariest real life mystery I have ever read was the Amityville Horror. I was about 20 at the time and it really scared me. Probably wouldn't today.

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  4. A book about the zodiac killer....it freaked me out that he was never caught.

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  5. The Lost City of Z was pretty creepy.

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  6. The Stranger Beside Me - by Ann Rule about Ted Bundy - SCARY!!!!
    heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

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  7. I think the scariest for me was In Cold Blood.

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  8. The Lost City of Z scared me silly.

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  9. Helter Skelter - Judith R.

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  10. I think the book in Cold Blood by Truman Capote was the scariest I ever read - it stayed with me for a long time and I was sad for the lives lost.

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  11. The Amityville Horror - this was scary

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  12. In Cold Blood was the scariest movie

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  13. I don't read a whole lot of real life mysteries but the Zodiac Killer is very creepy. Never caught the guy!!

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  14. I can't remember the name of it but it was about the 7 nurses that was stabbed in their apartment. I didn't sleep for weeks.

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  15. Presumed Dead Rosanne rosans4@comcast.net

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  16. I haven't read any real life mysteries. I have seen them on TV, though.

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  17. My favorite one was about Jack the ripper by Patricia Cornwall. I forget the title to that one, though.
    asketcher2@hotmail.com

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  18. The Amityville story was the scariest book.
    cjnedrow at gmail dot com

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  19. I don't think I've ever read a scarey real life mystery yet.

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  20. all the dateline stories freak me out. No books recently.

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  21. the scariest book i have ever read was IT by stephen king.....

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  22. Not so much a mystery since I don't really read stuff like that, but the closest thing would be "Rotten To The Core" by Martin D. Yant

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  23. I think that would be the amityville horror

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  24. In Cold Blood was super scary for me and I definitely have had nightmares and frightening thoughts ever since reading it!
    allison.bahr@yahoo.com

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  25. The scariest was the Amityville Horror story!

    sugarsweet7202@yahoo(dot)com

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  26. In cold blood was creepy and scary.

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  27. Jennifer - Vicki Furrin on RafflecopterOctober 2, 2013 at 11:41 PM

    I really can't think of anything I've found particularly scary but I read true crime and non-fiction, not thrillers or novels. The Hot Zone, which was not fiction, has probably been the scariest thing because the chance of a lethal virus being released around the world is entirely possible. That or maybe Guns, Germs and Steel, or a book on the biological lab on Plum Island. Fiction has nothing on real life for scary I'm afraid. Thanks for the giveaway.

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