The Nightmare Affair is the first in a series of books that follows Holly Grant, a young woman trying to balance the difficulties of moving into a new town, going to a new school, coping with a clique of bullies, and containing her father’s nightmares when they emerge at night. Holly Grant also stumbles upon a mystery hidden within the walls of her new home, a virtual treasure of old toys, photos and memories left behind by a previous owner. With the assistance of her new best friend Julia Pearson, and her constant companion Christian Pierce can Holly Grant solve the mystery buried in her walls, defeat her father’s nightmares, and pass chemistry?
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Dream Factory: The Nightmare Affair
Being a 12 year old girl is hard enough without having to worry about starting a new school, in a new city without any friends; but Holly Grant has to also cope with the stigma of her father’s fame as world renowned horror author William Grant. Continue reading “Dream Factory Pitch”
This is the story of a girl and her father, rather unremarkable in many senses. The girl, who’s name is Holly is like every other twelve year old girl, she worries about friends, what cloths she is wearing and if that cute boy down the street was ever going to notice her. For the record he might in a few years after he discovers that his time is better spent chasing girls then laughing at fart jokes and digging holes in his father’s otherwise meticulously groomed backyard. Continue reading “Sneak Peek: Dream Factory Prologue”
I am privileged to be able to provide a sneak peek at my newest work…which is still very much in progress. We join in where Holly Grant, our intrepid tween hero, is awoken by a rather strange occurrence.
Chapter 2 : In which dreams become true
Butterflies drifted over Holly’s head as she lay sleeping in her bed . These were not the normal sort of butterflies that you would find in the garden, these butterflies glowed faint blue and were ghostly in appearance . One landed on Holly’s ear and stirred the girl from her sleep. Continue reading “Sneak Peek at Dream Factory”