Facebook Giveaway! Win a Kindle eBook!
With the release of ‘The Manningtree Account’ on 15th March, I’m thrilled to giveaway an Amazon kindle eBook to 3 lucky winners!
To enter head over to http://www.facebook.com/beckywrightauthor
*Giveaway ends 14th March at midnight. 3 lucky winners will be drawn at random. Kindle eBook will be gifted direct to their Kindle email address. Remember, you don’t need a kindle device, you can download the kindle app to your tablet or phone – visit Amazon for details. This is an independent giveaway, and, in no way connected to Facebook.*
My little dark fantasy tale of revenge is now available to pre-order worldwide from Amazon. Release date 15th March 2017
1646 – A time of English Civil War, when life is cheap, death common and superstition consumes the hearts of God-fearing folk. The life of a healer is precarious, dwelling in the shadows of normal society. Ostracised, their time running out as the self-appointed Witchfinder General scours the countryside for the Devil’s whores…
2016 – One dark night, one sleepy town, one family gripped by terror. The EAPI paranormal team are called to investigate dark poltergeist activity. But, as the eternal night finally loosens its grip, it seems that some evil deeds are never forgotten, reaching out from beyond the grave to exact their revenge…
“The Manningtree Account”, dark supernatural novella is coming soon to Amazon kindle. I love this poster, it gives a real feel for the essence of the story….
Source: The Manningtree Account
January has arrived with its bright blue sky and frosty imprints, but as dusk falls upon the skeletal landscape there is something dark lurking in the shadows…
“Darkness falls as hell doth rise, haunting wisps beguile thy innocent eyes.
Vileness lurks within souls of man, as hearts doth bleed and bodies doth burn.
Mercy knows that evil masks, no solace doth dwell in dark vengeful hearts.”
February will see the release of my new ebook to Kindle, The Manningtree Account, a little short tale of darkest revenge. Something to read one eve with a hot chocolate or maybe a glass of something stronger…just don’t forget to leave a lamp on.