#BadMoonRising: Cusp of Night by Mae Clair #supernatural #suspense

I only visit cemeteries during the day as well. And college taught me to stay clear of ouija boards. As Mae said, some things are just best left alone.

Books and Such

Today’s guest is no stranger to this blog.  I just hosted a cover reveal a few weeks ago for the new book in her Hode’s Hill series, End of Day, releasing in January – and it’s just as eerie and beautiful as Cusp of Night.  I read also Cusp of Night and it gave this horror fan wonderfully warm fuzzies.  Welcome, Mae Clair!

Teri, thanks so much for bringing Bad Moon Rising back again. I always enjoy following the posts and discovering new authors and books. It’s a pleasure to be here and I enjoyed answering your questions.

In the spirit of Halloween:

Have you ever played with a Ouija board?
When I was a kid, probably tween years or early teens. I remember being creeped out and intrigued at the same time. We stopped playing with it when it went to GOODBYE during one session. I don’t…

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