Monday, June 2, 2014

Murder at the Museum & other Fruithills Suspense Stories now in Paperback

Now you can get a paperback edition of Volume 1 of the Fruithills Suspense Stories in a printed version. Volume 1 contains 15 of the stories that take place in one of the many spirit-inhabited places in and around a small Town in the midst of the beautiful hilly landscape in the American Midwest. Each story weaves local legends to familiar places in the backdrop of the Fruithills.

Even toda, in the valley of the Fruithills, the past still lingers to inspire dreams and haunt the imagination. From murders to mysteries to haunting spirits, each story presents a look into the past from the view of the present day.

Volume 1 stories include: Murder at the Museum, April Fools, Christmas Jester, Death Clock, February 29, Ghost of a Chance, Haunted Journey, Kindred Spirits, Last Chance, New Year's Evil, One Bite of the Apple, Rebecca's Journey, Tie and Knot and Hang On, When Willis Walks and Widow's Walk.

There will be a book signing at the Eastern Star Nelson's Golden Glow Chicken BBQ Event at the Bristol Indiana Mason Hall on Saturday June 28, 2014 from 10am till chicken and potatoes sold out



The book is available online at:
http://www.thebookpatch.com/BookStoreResults?search=rosemary%20mcdaniel&ddl=any

You can also purchase the book at select Bristol, Indiana retailers:
Camille's Floral & Gifts
Elkhart County Historical Society
Bristol Indiana Public Library
Fruithills Winery
Kruse Farm & Garden Supply

Volume 2 with more of the Fruithills Suspense Stories will be published in July, 2014.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Latest Book: Kindred Spirits

I've recently published my September offering, "Kindred Spirits," which is Book 16 in the Fruithills Suspense Series at feedbooks.com original books.

Summary:
Even as a child, Jane had two passions: horses and the history of the local Indian tribe that had been one of the few who had not left on the "Trail of Tears." Her older sister Sally realized that her younger sibling was unusual and never had a close relationship with her until years later, when as a widow, she rejoined Jane and her older husband Bo on the family farm, then a thriving ranch to raise Jane's beloved Appaloosas. But still she wondered about Jane's insistence that the spirits of those who came before still lingered in the vast woods that surrounded their childhood farm.

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Three new eBooks posted!
The busy month of August is past, but I published three new ebooks in August. The first two are books 14 & 15 of the Fruithills Suspense Series, while the third is a humorous tale about the full Blue Moon. Download for free and enjoy!  Click on photo in right column.
  1. Ghost of a Chance: Uncle Frank and his vintage cars went missing at midnight - and now he's back to haunt his great-nephew Howie.
  2. One Bite of the Apple: Jason wants to revive the lost art of orchards in his own town - but can the magic come back to the Fruithills?
  3. Blue Moon Murder: What short of murder could pry Roger loose from his mother's clutches, Emily wondered on the night of the full Blue Moon.


Saturday, July 14, 2012

A busy month since my last post. Bristol Homecoming came right after July 4 this year, so lots of photos to take and articles to post on BristolSun.com.

Two new eBooks have been uploaded to Feedbooks.com Original Books: Eyes of the Beholder - the latest in the Fruithills Suspense Series about a pair of magical glasses and family spirits; and Don't Say Yes, a short humorous story about a quickee Las Vegas wedding.

Download one or both eBooks free for your electronic device. See links on right side panel.

Working hard on the latest project and hope to upload new eBook by August 1. Stay tuned.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

D.D. Scott, Amazon & B&N Top 100 Romance & Mystery Author came to the "Soul Ink" Writers' group at the Bristol Indiana Public Library last night (June 6, 2012) and presented a fantastic and extremely informative ePublishing workshop. If you missed it, check out her blog at http://ddscottville.blogspot.com. You'll be glad you did!

Monday, April 23, 2012

A few days later than promised, but Death Clock has been uploaded to feedbooks.com for free download.
Time waits for one man. A small town funeral home closes after 100 years, leaving the community upsetover the loss. Suddenly, no one in town is dying, and time stands still. This is Book 12 in the Fruithills Suspense Series, a place that has never lost its ties to a spirit-filled past. Just scroll down to the Death Clock book cover and click.
It will take you right to the download for your device.  It's the best free deal in Town....


Hope you are enjoying this series, as much as I am writing it. I've shared all the stories with my fellow writers at our twice monthly meetings at the Bristol Indiana Town Library on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month at 6-8pm.
Please join us - whether you are a writer, a would-be writer, or just someone who comes to listen to great stories and poetry by your friends and neighbors. Join the "Soul Ink" Writer's Group where we laugh a lot, cry a little, eat delicious snacks and share our passion for recording our view of life. We'd welcome you to join us....

Monday, April 16, 2012

Fruithills Suspense Series at 10,000 downloads

The total downloads to the 17 Fruithills Suspense Series Books published at Feedbooks.com hit 10,000 downloads on April 15, 2012. Thanks to everyone who downloaded and read one or more of my books.  Look for the lastest in the series: Death Clock to be published this week of April 16, 2012. Please send your comments to my email address shown in my profile. I'd really like to know which books you liked best and why. Thanks for your support.