Her entry begins:
I’ve just started The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains by Nicholas Carr. Fellow author and friend Jeff Abbott suggested it, knowing that I’m struggling with the knowledge that I’m reading less and spending more time online. Twitter and Facebook and blogging and the omnipresent “author marketing” has me flummoxed. I used to read at night, now I Tweet. I want to...[read on]About Where All the Dead Lie, from the publisher:
In her showdown with the murderous Pretender, a bullet taken at close range severed the connection between Taylor's thoughts and speech. Effectively mute, there's no telling if her voice will ever come back. Trapped in silence, she is surrounded by ghosts—of the past, of friendships and trusts lost...of a lost faith in herself and her motives that night.Learn more about the book and author at J.T. Ellison's website and blog.
When Memphis Highsmythe offers Taylor his home in the Scottish Highlands to recuperate, her fiancé can't refuse her excitement, no matter his distrust of the man. At first, Memphis's drafty and singularly romantic castle seems the perfect place for healing. But shortly the house itself surrounds her like a menacing presence. As Taylor's sense of isolation and vulnerability grows, so, too, does her grip on reality.
Someone or something is coming after Taylor. But is she being haunted by the dead…or hunted by the living?
The Page 69 Test: All the Pretty Girls.
The Page 99 Test: 14.
The Page 69 Test: 14.
The Page 99 Test: Judas Kiss.
My Book, The Movie: the Taylor Jackson series.
The Page 69 Test: The Cold Room.
My Book, The Movie: The Cold Room.
The Page 69 Test: So Close the Hand of Death.
Writers Read: J.T. Ellison (March 2011).
Writers Read: J.T. Ellison.