Be careful what you let inâ¦
Siler House has stood silent beneath Savannahâs moss-draped oaks for decades. Notoriously haunted, it has remained empty until college-bound Jess Perry and three of her peers gather to take part in a month-long study on the paranormal. Jess, who talks to ghosts, quickly bonds with her fellow test subjects. One is a girl possessed. Another just wants to forget. The third is a guy who really knows how to turn up the August heat, not to mention Jessâs heart rateâ¦when heâs not resurrecting the dead. The study soon turns into something far more sinister when they discover that Siler House and the dark forces within are determined to keep them forever. In order to escape, Jess and the others will have to open themselves up to the true horror of Siler House and channel the very evil that has welcomed them all.
Michelle has always loved storytelling. When she was a child, her favorite stories were of monsters and things that lurked in the dark. Telling stories often frightened her classmates and got her into a lot of trouble with her teachers. They had no sense of humor.
As an adult, Michelle traded her love of writing for the corporate life where she was an IT professional. Today, she's doing what she loves best - writing and storytelling.
Michelle grew up in Chicago, but currently lives in NE Georgia with her husband and their two dogs. She loves scary books, funny movies, sports cars, chocolate, dogs, and changes of season.
How did you come up with the idea for your book?
During a trip to Savannah, I visited the Sorrel-Weed house, which is reported to be Savannahâs most haunted house.
What is different about this book compared to others youâve written?
For starters, The Haunting Season is New Adult. Secondly, the main characters are not supernatural beings.
Most unique or unusual research youâve ever done for The Haunting Season?
Besides visiting the Sorrel-Weed house? Asking a former mortician about embalming methods in the early to mid 1900âs and how embalming and burial procedures have changed and why. Itâs both fascinating and a bit gruesome.
What is the hardest part about writing?
Keeping my butt in the chair for as many hours as I need to per day. Resisting the urge to jump on the internet when Iâm having difficulty with a scene.
If you could meet any author who is no longer living, who would it be?
Tough call. Edgar Allan Poe, probably. But Iâd also like to meet Rod Serling and Alfred Hitchcock.
Can you tell us a little about your next project?
Itâs a adult dark fantasy novel with action, castles, and gargoyles. Itâll be out early this summer.
If you could do one thing over again in regards to writing, what would it be?
Vanilla or chocolate?
Food you like the most? The least?
I tend to like Italian food the most. I canât stand brussel sprouts or peas.
Favorite television show?
What weapon would you choose in the zombie apocalypse?
Harry Potterâs wand or maybe Dean Winchester. Heâd be a formidable weapon against zombies, right?
What scares you?
Humanity. The way people treat others, animals, or the environment.
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