Monday, December 19, 2011

Creative Spirit by Scott Nicholson and a Giveaway

When artists gather at a remote Appalachian estate for a retreat, they are unaware that their energy is feeding something unwholesome. Sculptor Mason Jackson and dying parapsychologist Anna Galloway must uncover the dark secrets of Korban Manor before their own spirits become trapped forever.

Wow! What a creepy, gothic paranormal story that kept me riveted! Korban Manor is a retreat for artists, but there is some serious crazy going on! The characters are eccentric yet held my attention.  It took me awhile to figure out what was going on, but it was really well written! Love Scott's writing - it's eloquently detailed without being over the top.  I highly recommend Creative Spirit!!

One lucky reader will win a screenplay version of Creative Spirit (electronic)

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  1. This sounds really interesting. Thanks for the giveaway!

    I'm a gfc follower.

  2. I follow on GFC

  3. Not sure what you mean by a screen play version so am interested to know what that is.

  4. Count me in! I've heard great things about this book!

    GFC follower: Julie Witt
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  5. I am a follower and email subscriber. Please enter me in contest.

  6. Appalachia and gothic paranormal. I'd love to be entered.

    I'm a GFC follower.

  7. Forgot to include my e-mail. I'm sorry!

    carolsnotebook at yahoo dot com

  8. This looks like a good book.


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