Things that Go Bump in the Night

A lot of you know I write sweet & clean romance and cozy mysteries but did you know I also write paranormal fiction?

Back in 2013 the moon and stars aligned, giving me the perfect inspiration for a creepy story. That led to completing my first NaNoWriMo competition with the beginning of Haunted Women Tales.


The following year I finished the rough draft of thirteen stories – one taking place in each state within the Appalachian region of the United States. I released Screaming Jenny, the story that takes place in my hometown of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, back in 2014. Check out a book trailer for it here:


More Creepy Fiction on the Horizon

The Mountain Scribes, my local writing group, decided to put out a Halloween anthology. It’s called LAST WRITES and I have two stories in the book. One is a mystery about a missing person and the other is a paranormal tale about a creepy doll.

When it’s available, I’ll have a link up on my Amazon author page.

Be sure you’re signed up for my weekend reading guide. In a couple of days, I’ll send an email with more information. In the meantime, drop a note in the comments telling me what you like to read.


One Reply to “Things that Go Bump in the Night”

  1. Cool beans. Congratulations, Becky! It’s cool that you have an anthology coming out soon 🙂 I can’t wait to read your two stories.

    My favorite genres are horror, suspense, mystery, and women’s fiction. I love a book to scare the crap out of me, but I also love drama or any book that can bring me to tears. I didn’t know you write cozy mysteries. I’ll have to check them out.

    Keep smiling,

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