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    Check out the post below. I hope you will leave a comment so I'll kn. Skullhaven launched today as a digital edition, and I've decided to host the first giveaway. If you'd like to enter, just follow the instructions on the form below. The giveaway ends at midnight April 15th, Winner will be selected by a random drawing.

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    As a reader, we enjoy it when the author takes us deep into the story and paints a realistic environment for the characters. As a writer, we need to strive to offer our readers no less. I selected it to provide an example of what I'm talking about regarding sensual input. Skullhaven Cemetery is across the highway from the Sacred Heart orpha.

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    I will be offering free gift copies for anyone willing to read it and do a review on Amazon. Here's a blurb to give you a bit more info. Lilly was only four years old when her mother kissed her goodbye and told her she would be right back. And after seven years, Lilly still wonders what happened to her.

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    They often have surprising and unexpected rewards - ones we can't possibly imagine. One of those destinations is California's Central Coast. Halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco on California's Highway 1, is a series of sleepy towns and seaside villages against craggy cliffs with jaw-dropping vistas and endless sand dunes.

    The place harkens back to a simpler time. Tall buildings are scarce. The information below is reprinted from a previous interview with Mr. The whole thing actually began in California. It was a few years ago. After seeing the sites in Frisco we headed south. On the second day, we arrived in Morro Bay. We had lunch, and I drove toward the beach to take a look at Morro Rock.