Sharon B. Webb began her writing career at the age of eleven when she won her first author’s award for an original work of poetry. In recent years, her articles have regularly appeared in local magazines and periodicals. Talking To Shadows was inspired by childhood memories of eccentric ancestors, and also by stories that were told and retold of the women in her family who were gifted with “the sight” the ability to communicate with those who had passed from this world into the next.
Sharon lives in North Carolina and divides her time between the mountains and the coast. She is actively involved in a number of charitable and civic organizations and currently co-chairs a program that regularly distributes food to those in need. She is wife, mother, and grandmother.
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Talking to Shadows
by Sharon Webb
Price: $5.99 USD. 110140 words.
Published by Brighton Publishing LLC on November 25, 2011. Fiction.
Lily grew up yearning for normalcy watching her mother on the edge of insanity. When her daughter Sarah is killed in an accident, she is in despair as her mother succumbs to a horrible madness. She uncovers the mysteries of her family, learning she has inherited the ability to communicate with the dead. She finds a world of horror. Will the darkness take her soul as it did her mothers?
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