Moon Child

The small town of Raven Hollow & her insufferable mother was all Stormy ever knew. Until one day, a power emerges inside of her. Not only igniting a spark of hope but setting it ablaze. But with a mother hell-bent on keeping her locked away, Stormy must find her chance to escape. In only days, the small life she knew gets turned upside down as two worlds collide & she stares her fate in the eyes. More

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About Michelle Weese

Well, to start off, my name is Michelle Weese. I live in Daytona Beach, Florida with my husband and soulmate, Daniel, of ten wonderful years and four fat lazy house cats. I was born and raised in the old mountains of West Virginia. I am a floral designer with six years in the flower industry but I recently developed a passion for writing last year. I always loved reading, ever since I was a small child. Books are very important to me, my escape from reality when the world around me is too much to handle. I will always be a bookworm. Also, I am an avid movie lover, which I think passed down to me from my grandfather. I have fond memories of visiting him and my grandmother and always so infatuated with his “tv room” as he called it. It was four walls of shelving and covered in every square inch with VHS movies from floor to ceiling. He had great taste in movies, and music, too. I took after him and collected many movies over the years, though not nearly as many as he had. My favorite genre is, and probably always will be, horror. I prefer my books and my movies to be horror/thrillers but will consider others, if interesting enough. My favorite author, the reason I am so in love with the horror genre, is Stephen King. The first book I read from him, many years ago, was Misery and I got hooked from that point on. Because of my admiration for reading, my best friend, Sara, challenged me one day last year to write a book… so I did! I have released books 1 and 2 of my series Autumn's Calling.

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