25 October update: The winner of this giveaway was Jackie Rossman, who liked the post on FB!
Another giveaway! Today, Nicole Zoltack has offered up an ecopy of her young adult paranormal/horror novel, “Seeing for the First Time.” In addition to being a writer, Nicole is a prolific blogger and a junior editor at MuseItUp Publishing out of Canada. I found her unique corner of the world intriguing, and I’ll spotlight her Friday in an interview!
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For the last ten years, Ana has spent summers with her Gram. With nothing to do, the closest beach two hours away, and Gram, who Ana is convinced is crazy, always in her garden talking to things that aren’t there, Ana is bored out of her mind.
One day, Ana sees strange colors floating around Gram as she works in her garden. Gram says they’re fairies. She can “See” them, and there are others who can see things. Ana’s a Seer, too.
When Gram gives Ana a book that explains about the many different creatures, like selkies, unicorns, vampires, and others, Ana gets curious. She is shocked when she comes across the entry about famous werewolf hunters – her parents.
Determined to learn where she fits in, Ana’s summer gets a lot more exciting as she sets off to find out what she can “see.” Only problem is, she’s not sure what to do when she finally discovers the truth. And she’s not sure she’ll live to tell anyone.
About Nicole: Nicole Zoltack loves to writefantasy/paranormal, romances, horror, historical, for adults and young adults,novels, short stories, and flash pieces. She doesn’t want to get boxed in bygenre — she might be claustrophobic!
Whenshe isn’t writing about girls wanting to be knights, talking unicorns, andzombies, she spends time with her loving family. She loves to ride horses(pretending their unicorns, of course!) and going to the PennsylvaniaRenaissance Faire, dressed in period garb. To learn more about Nicole and herwork, visit her website or her blog. You can also find her on Facebook or follow her on Twitter!