Does the mind see what it wants to see? In the Firestorm series by C. L. Giles, Jazz walks a fine line between one friend who believes in science and another who seems to wield a bit of magic. Are they one and the same?
A foliate head is a terrifying decoration for furniture, but Green Men have functioned as artist and architectural inspiration for thousands of years.
This is a sneak peek into A Reason To Forget: Training Games, a bone-chilling MG/YA mystery/suspense. In this first book of the Firestorm series, C.L. Giles captures the fierce love between family and friends as they face devastating loss and spine-tingling danger.
Always carry a flashlight! Things on the path may not be what they appear in silhouette.
In A Reason To Forget: Training Games, Blossom receives messages from her dead grandmother. Telepathic communication may not be possible with the dead, but it now exists here on earth!
Jazz encounters a snake in A Reason To Forget: Training Games, but it’s a different variety from the Burmese python invading and decimating the ecosystem of Florida’s Everglades. It takes courage and intelligence to fight them both.
When moviemakers create suspense and horror, the setting is essential, and non-linear sounds, such as the distress calls of wild animals or babies crying, pack a real punch. When paired with an equally scary visual, the audience suffers even more heart-racing adrenaline. Add interactive seating, and our minds truly Feel The Chill.
What mystery/suspense would be complete without cave ghosts. In A Reason To Forget: Training Games, Mr. Simpson is the resident spirit, but here in Tennessee, the historic Bell Witch Cave is haunted by a cruel and vengeful specter.
A surface hole above a cave illustrates a Forever Hole from A Reason To Forget: Training Games.