Anne Flint


My husband and I currently occupy an old house in South Carolina.
Our cats, Binx and Twinkle, and the dogs, Kensie, Benji, and Rhett are constant companions and a source of entertainment. My son, Ryan, is a filmmaker.

I love to restore and remodel my home. I also love soaking up the sun and working on the flowers in my yard. If it is too cold for outdoor flowers, orchids will do just fine. I love to read mysteries, histories, and science. Movie watching is also a favorite activity. My husband, Eric, and I have been members of two gourmet cooking groups for many years.

Although warm beaches are my favorite place to be, England is my favorite place to explore. I'm always ready for travel, taking my camera with me to capture those pictures that beg to be painted. You can see those at Look under the "about Anne" tab.

This book is the first in a series about the history or biography of Fettigrew Hall. I like to describe it as a ghostly murder mystery. More adventures and mysteries will reveal themselves in the next books. The second book The 13th Century about the first structure on the property during the Crusades. The next contemporary book about Megan and Gray is underway but not yet finished.

Good Reading,

Smashwords Interview

What's the story behind your latest book?
Because of my interest in ancient houses and mysteries, I wanted to write a story that combined both of these. My first book is the contemporary story of a woman who visits England, finds an ancient abandoned house and becomes obsessed with it. When she buys the house and starts restoring it, the house’s ghosts start to come alive. A body is found, which solves an old mystery and opens up many more. There are many unexplained artifacts that are found and the answers to these will be in other books. A house that is centuries old has a great deal of history. Many people have lived their lives there and many things have happened. This is why I have titled my book Fettigrew Hall – The Biography of a House. As I was writing I realized that I could write a series about the same house and things that happened there through the centuries.
Describe your desk.
Because there is no room in my house for an office, I have a corner of the living room. The desk is large, old and in poor condition. I bought it for $25 at a yard sale. I have a small 2 drawer file cabinet next to it, which has my desktop computer, some resources and the wi-fi on top of it. My desk has my computer screen and keyboard, a vertical file for things I'm working on or are pending, several research books are usually sitting on it too.
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The 13th Century - A Fettigrew Hall Novel
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 61,340. Language: English. Published: April 11, 2020. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Medieval
The 13th Century is the story of the foundation of the property where Fettigrew Hall now stands: The building of the castle and the Crusades. Through disease and death, Jancis becomes the remaining person to take responsibility for her home and those living within the walls. The very ownership of the castle is threatened, and she must find the strength to survive.
Fettigrew Hall - The Biography of a House
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 62,250. Language: English. Published: March 20, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Traditional British, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Historical
While traveling in England, Megan finds a deserted manor house. She arranges to purchase and restore it, then finding out that locals think it haunted. She meets Gray, who agrees to help restore the house. A book tells the history of the house and former occupants. Strange events occur in the house and culminate in Megan finding a skeleton. Then the house comes alive with ghosts.

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Smashwords book reviews by Anne Flint

  • Marketing Your Own Book on July 05, 2012

    This book is an excellent "how to" for those who wish to self-publish their book. It has up to date information on all the recent changes in the book industry. I like the easy way everything is broken down into easily do-able tasks to make your self-publishing a breeze. It worked for me. Anne Flint, author Fettigrew Hall - The Biography of a House
  • Smashwords Style Guide on Dec. 19, 2020

    Stan Arnold's review has this in a nutshell. It is nearly impossible to figure out what is actually wrong and then how to fix it. Change a single word of your version and you are back to the same issues again. If they know what the issues are, why don't THEY fix them.