“Melinda and Hank had just heard their only child scream at the top of her lungs. Sure, their daughter had yelled and screamed before, whether from not getting something she wanted or from a bad nightmare, but never had they heard their daughter as frightened as they had merely seconds ago.”
“I HAVE TO FIND THE PIECE WITH THE LADY IN THE GOLD DRESS!”
“‘Get back!’ she yelled. ‘Get baaaack!'”
“Before Louise put her foot on the first step towards the main floor, she noticed a door. She opened it slowly, peering into the darkness. She walked inside carefully, and when she felt a long string lightly brush up against her, she pulled down….”
“She shook slightly, but couldn’t manage to look away”
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Hey guys! A few days ago my good friend, Jade – author of Conversations Bordering On Torment, interviewedme for her newauthor interview project that she’s working on. Not only can you find the article on Jade’s blog, but you can also find it on the website, My Trending Stories! I want to thank Jade for helping me spread the word about my writing and also thank her for helping others do the same. It’s important that, as writers and friends, we support one another.
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Cover design by D. Ginsburg Rest in Piece by B.W. Ginsburg – My first published novel ever, Rest in Piece is about a twelve year old girl named Louise who must find the strength and courage to find and rescue the lost souls of the dearly departed before it’s too late. She must open her heart and mind to the unbelievable so that she can save those who depend on her.
While it may be hard to wrap her mind around ideas that she once only read about, Louise must step up and prove to herself and others that she can do what she was born to do – stop evil from latching on to those who deserve peace and salvation.
On the second Tuesday of each month I will be posting an interview with an author. The questions will remain the same, but the insights from authors will vary and paint a picture of all the diverse writers out there.
To start us off, I interviewed the self-published author B. W. Ginsburg. I am currently in the process of reading her debut book Rest in Piece. She writes about extraordinary events and is incredibly imaginative with her plot.
About the author:
B.W. Ginsburg has enjoyed reading and writing for as long as she can remember. Her favorite authors include: Harlan Coben, James Patterson, and John Saul. B.W. Ginsburg published her first book, Rest in Piece, in October 2016. In addition to writing fiction, Ginsburg also writes about mental health. In her spare time, she can be found blogging, watching TV, and listening to music. B.W. Ginsburg graduated college with…
Hey everyone! For those of you who don’t already know, I published my first book ever, Rest in Piece, in October 2016. I then published the paperback of Rest in Piece in December 2016. I have had several readers already enjoy my book and I would love to continue to spread my work with others. Please consider purchasing my book on Amazon! The e-book is priced at $4.99 and the paperback is priced at $14.99.Thank you!
Description of Rest in Piece from one of its readers:
“The Erikson family love their new house. Louise especially loves her new room. She has privacy, space to call her own, & the hauntingly beautiful puzzle Mr. & Mrs. Adams gave to her when they moved out hanging on her wall.
Then, Catherine Adams – who grew up in what’s now Louise’s room – makes contact with someone 20 years after she mysteriously disappeared. But, it’s not her parents to whom she reaches out – it’s 12-year-old Louise she begs for help.
Shouldering the burden alone, Louise finds herself in a bizarre world full of the sublime & the grotesque. A world where one wrong choice could mean the difference between life & death.
Along the way, she finds out what it means to be a young adult. She also discovers the true support & meaning of friendship, & that, sometimes, you have to lean on loved ones to disentangle life’s riddles.” – Ariel, Writing Radiation
Special thanks goes to those who have already purchased my book, written reviews, supported my writing by visiting my blog(s), plan on purchasing my book, and/or constantly cheer me on as an author and person!
Valentine’s Day is a few weeks away and whether or not you have a hot date, books will always be there for you! Why not purchase a book and read it under the warm covers? Stay warm this February with my first book ever, Rest in Piece! You won’t be disappointed!
About the book:
Louise, though young, has never been one to believe in the supernatural, fantastical, or surreal. However, when she sees something unusual in a puzzle left by the previous residents of her new home, she begins to wonder if there really is something to the stories that only some have read about in books.
Louise soon realizes that she needs to save Catherine Adams, a girl who disappeared twenty years ago. With the help of angels and loved ones, Louise will be able to do something that she would have never imagined possible.
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Hey everyone! I know some of you may have some questions about my new book that’s out, so I thought I would answer some possible questions!
Will only young adults enjoy the book?
I honestly don’t think so. I think that anyone who enjoys a fast-paced book with a lot of supernatural and fantastical elements will appreciate Rest in Piece. While the main characters are young, I think that adults can relate to many of the themes.
How did I come up with the idea for Rest in Piece?
My grandparents had a puzzle (my grandpa used to love putting together puzzles) next to the bed upstairs that always used to creep me out, the puzzle is based off of that one. As for the plot, I just always liked the idea of things going into different worlds than their own (for example: the plot of Ink Heart and…
Synopsis: Though decades apart, two young girls are connected in a way that is both fantastical and surreal. When twelve year old Louise Erickson finds out that she holds the key to saving a nine year old who disappeared twenty years earlier, she decides to accept the challenge. Will Louise be able to rescue the girl and the others locked away with her before it’s too late?
Rest in Piece is the debut novel by one of our fellow WordPress bloggers, B.W. Ginsburg, which made me even more excited to read and review it. After finishing, I’d say this is written for tweens. While I didn’t find it a perfect read, it was still fun and enjoyable. The action begins on the very first page and keeps the story moving forward at a pretty fast pace right up until its exciting ending. The storyline is highly imaginative and…