#BadMoonRising Cusp of Night (Hode’s Hill Series #1) by Mae Clair #suspense #supernatural #TuesdayBookBlog

Time for my Bad Moon Rising reblog, and today, one of my best online friends is Teri Polen’s special guest! Author and fellow Dresdenphile Mae Clair is visiting, with an interview that’s loads of fun. And her featured Hode’s Hill series is fantastic! Hope you’ll head on over to check out the post, and will then share it with the Immediate World, so others can enjoy it too. Thanks, and thanks so much to Teri. This series is great fun! 🙂

Books and Such

Yesterday I mentioned inspiration can be triggered by a variety of things. One of my questions gave this author an idea for a book (yay me!). Having read the series featured today and many of her other books, I have no doubt whatever comes out of that idea will be just as compelling. If supernatural suspense is your drug of choice, I can’t recommend this series enough. Welcome Mae Clair!

Hi, Teri! I’m super excited to be participating in Bad Moon Rising again this year. Thank you for arranging this awesome event, one where I always discover new books and new authors.

I’m bringing along Cusp of Night, a spooky tale that includes a haunted house, a 19th century spiritualist, seances, a mysterious creature, and dual mysteries—one set in the present and one in the 19th century. The book has over 100 reviews on Amazon, so readers…

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