Day 9 of 31 Authors of Halloween – M.P. McDonald

I pretty much made it clear that it has to be a real good page turner of a post-apocalyptic book in order to keep my attention. M.P. McDonald has definitely accomplished keeping my attention . . .

Synopsis for Infection (Sympatico Syndrome Book One)

They weren’t ready for the apocalypse but ready or not, it was coming . . .

Faced with the very real possibility of extinction of the human race, Cole Evans has only one chance to save his family and survive – a safe haven on an isolated, hard to reach island.

No one realizes there’s a deadly illness spreading like wildfire until it’s too late. With few symptoms, victims literally drop dead after a brief surge of energy. Within days, the virus tears through the population of the United States and the world.

Can Cole convince his brother that the danger is real ad that there’s enough space for his family as well? And, can they all reach the island before the lights go out for them . . . Forever?

I am a big fan of series. You get attached to characters, you get emotional for the characters, and obviously, they last longer and better than TV series. M. P. McDonald has made an impact on my emotions, and keeping me up at night just to find out what happens next.

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Day 7 of 31 Authors f Halloween – Darcy Coates

If you like stories about haunted houses, Darcy Coates will deliver. She has so many books based on haunted houses, and they are beautifully and horrifically written.

Synopsis for The Haunting of Blackwood House

Could you survive a week in a haunted house?

Mara is the daughter of spiritualists. Her childhood was filled with seances, scam mediums, and talk of ghostly presences.

When Mara left her family’s home, she vowed she would never allow superstition into her life again. She’s ready to start over with her fiancé, Neil, in a world based on rationality and facts.

But her past isn’t ready to let her go just yet.

Mara and Neil purchase Blackwood House, a derelict property outside of town. They’re warned about strange occurrences in the crumbling building. Doors open by themselves, voices whisper int he night, bloody handprints appear on the walls, and cold spots linger in the basement, where the house’s original owner was murdered.

But Blackwood was dirt-cheap. Mara loves her new home, and she disregards the warnings.

Because ghosts aren’t real . . .

. . . Are they?

I believe in ghosts, I love haunted houses, I love reading stories of new residents in haunted houses. I love the suspense that builds. I believe I am rambling.

If you love haunted houses and ghosts, mediums, etc, read Darcy’s books.

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