Skeleton Trees

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Cindy was looking to get away, to escape her past. She thought a holiday home in the mountains would be perfect to distract her and maybe get some writing done. But she was wrong.
She discovers that her holiday home is haunted. But her and the ghost share a similar past, a similar secret, a similar shame.
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Words: 6,790
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301476336
About Adelise M Cullens

On my Twitter mini bio it says "I'm a hugger. Oh ... and I write things." This basically sums me up pretty nicely. I love to write, so I do. Writing, to me, is about sharing and connecting with people. I like to metaphorically reach out and hug people with my words! And as long as I am doing that, I am a happy clam.
I hail from Australia, the land down under. (Where women glow and men plunder) More specifically, I am from the western burbs of Sydney. It is a truly magical place, where you can hear the call of sirens through the night and the sunsets are a bright watermelon from all the toxic pollution ... but nah, seriously, I love it here.
I have a dog named Roe Roe, a black Lab with perpetually sad eyes that loves to hold my hand while I write. Seriously. You can see more of Roe on my social media.
But, about my writing, I don't tend towards any particular genre. So, if you stick with me, hopefully you will be in for some surprises along the way. to quote the great Sylvia Plath - "And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it and the imagination to improvise."
Hugs
AMC xxx

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Review by: Kevin A. Lyons on Sep. 04, 2015 :
A very good, well thought out, and effective ghost story. Two stories of loss are intertwined and, eventually, resolved in a logical manner. The characters are believable and sympathetic. The setting adds to the story. A good read for a rainy afternoon.
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Review by: Alex Focus on July 06, 2013 :
A very good read. It drags you into an misty and mysterious atmosphere where anything is possible. It then wrings you out and leaves you wanting for more.

Another fine piece of work from AM Cullens, one of Australia's new and talented authors. Do yourself a favour and enjoy it now.
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