Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Of Dreams and Shadow: Forget Me Not by D.S. McKnight

We live. We die. Is there anything more? Jenna Barton is about to find out. After moving to the coastal North Carolina town of Parson's Cove, Jenna has unwittingly stepped into the middle of a mystery involving a missing child. Unfortunately, the predator is still on the loose and Jenna has become his new obsession. With a little luck and a bit of paranormal help, Jenna might survive.

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Author Bio:

When I was a little girl, I was afraid of my shadow - seriously afraid - running and screaming afraid. Perhaps I've always been a victim of an over-active imagination and maybe that explains the monsters hiding under my bed, the ghosts lurking in my closet, and the Shadow that inspired my first novel – Of Dreams and Shadow:  Forget Me Not.  I have always loved to write.  While in school, I dreamed of being a reporter, parachuting into war-torn places and getting "the story."  In reality I’m afraid of heights and would never jump out of a perfectly good flying machine.   I have been fortunate enough to have had a varied career - from working as a DJ for a small radio station to serving as the president and part owner of a marina.  I am married, have three sons and live in coastal North Carolina.

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15 comments:

  1. Just wanted to thank you for organizing my tour! I'm so excited to be visiting so many different blogs!

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  2. The story sounds very intriguing.

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  3. I would love to read this book. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  4. Sounds like a great read!!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  5. D.S....I also live in coastal NC, in Wilmington. This cold weather right now is CRAZY!

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    1. +Catherine Lee, I am about 50 minutes north of you (Sneads Ferry) Holy cow! I can't believe we are looking at a serious snow threat! I've hit the store-picked up milk, bread and condensed milk for snow cream�� Think I'm ready! Stay warm!

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  6. I would never jump out of a perfectly good flying machine either. That is the only rational thing.

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  8. Samantha, Today wraps up my tour. I just wanted to thank you again for all your help. This was the so much fun. I couldn't have asked for better hosts and the interaction with the blog visitors was great.

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  9. You're so welcome Deb, it was great working with you!

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  10. Deborah
    It sounds like you're ready for snow. How do you make snow cream? I'm a Southern boy. I've never had snow cream

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    1. The easiest way is put a bowl outside and let it fill up with snow. This way there's no doubt that the snow is clean. Once u have a large bowl full, you mix in condensed milk...that's it. If you don't have condensed milk, all you have to do is mix in regular milk, sugar and a tsp of vanilla. You'll have to adjust to taste depending on how much you want to make. 😊

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