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Witch Hunt by Carol Preflatish - Book Tour

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Welcome to a thrilling blog tour perfect for the Fall season and those who love mysteries!  Enjoy all of the stops on the Nathan Perry Mysteries Blog Tour featuring Witch Hunt, by Carol Preflatish! This blog tour will be taking place from Monday, October 3rd, to Sunday, October 9th!

The Witch Hunt Blog Tour includes reviews, guest posts, and interviews, so don’t miss any of the activities taking place on the participating blog sites!


Book Synopsis for Witch Hunt: Is it 1692 all over again?

When a millionaire’s daughter is found hanging from a tree in the Mystic, Massachusetts cemetery, witchcraft is suspected. Police detective Nathan Perry is assigned the case and works closely with an attractive female private investigator hired by the father to find who murdered his daughter.

Mystic is known for its history of witchcraft in the area. It’s what brings tourists to town, and when another murder occurs, there is rising pressure on Nathan to solve the case quickly.

Nathan’s investigation pulls him into an unfamiliar world rife with covens, magic, and lore to find the killer.  A small town gripped in fear is depending on him to prevail.  

Witch Hunt is a stand-alone novel that is part of the Nathan Perry Mystery Series.


Purchase links for Witch Hunt:

eBook Links

Kindle Version: https://www.amazon.com/Witch-Hunt-Nathan-Mystery-Mysteries-ebook/dp/B09SXB8K7M/

Nook Link: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/witch-hunt-carol-preflatish/1141024472?ean=2940160885889

Print Links:

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Witch-Hunt-Carol-Preflatish/dp/1736812564/

Barnes and Noble Link: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/witch-hunt-carol-preflatish/1141018691?ean=9781736812563


Author Interview
1.     If you could tell your younger writing self anything, what would it be?
Don’t give up, and learn everything you can about the writing business, in addition to learning about the craft of writing. I’ve been writing for over twenty years and I’m still learning things.

 

2.    Did you want to be an author when you grew up?
I was always interested in writing as I grew up, taking as many writing classes in high school and college as I could. However, it wasn’t until I was married and after becoming a parent that I decided I wanted to write a book.

 

3.    If you could own any animal as a pet, what would it be?
I’ve had both dogs and cats, but I think I’m definitely a cat person. I like that they can pretty much take care of themselves. As long as I keep my cat fed and her litter box clean, she had become a great companion for me to have.

4.    If you could travel anywhere in the world to write, where would you go?
   My late husband and I loved to go camping around the Midwest. I’ve written just about everywhere we went, but I think my favorite place to write was in the Tennessee mountains. However, I would like to give writing at the beach a try some time. That’s one place I haven’t written yet.

5.    Which fictional character(s) do you relate to the most and why?
I think that would be either police officer Gloria Wheeler or newspaper reporter Dana Tyler in my current Nathan Perry Mystery Series. For a while in college, I wanted to be a police officer, but I also took journalism classes because I was interested in newspaper reporting.

6.    If you could be mentored by a famous author, who would it be?

I would love to be mentored by thriller author, Lisa Gardner. I love the books she writes about the Boston Police Department and Detective D.D. Warren. I think she would be a wonderful author to receive guidance from.

 

7.    Have you ever gotten writer’s block?
I believe every writer gets that at some point. I’m a bit of a pantser when writing, as in writing by the seat of my pants rather than plotting out my books. Recently, I got stuck at the end of a chapter and didn’t know where I was going next. I moved to the couch and started writing in longhand, instead of typing on my computer. It really helped getting my creativity flowing again.

 

8. What is the most difficult part about writing for you?
Unfortunately, I procrastinate too much. Sometimes, I really have to make myself sit down and write.

 9. Do you have a favorite book-related quote?
I love Stephen King’s book On Writing. It’s filled with wonderful information about writing. On page 156, he wrote, “Whether it’s a vignette of a single page or an epic trilogy like The Lord of the Rings, the work is always accomplished one word at a time.”


10. Tell us a fun fact about yourself
I’m a license amateur (ham) radio operator and have been since 2009. I’m not as active with it as I used to be, but it’s a fun and interesting hobby to get into.

About the author: Carol Preflatish, from southern Indiana, is the author of the Nathan Perry Mystery Series, as well as several romantic suspense novels, and two non-fiction books. When she’s not writing, she loves to read, watch Indianapolis Colts football, and do just about anything outdoors.

An avid photographer, Carol has had many photos published in her local newspaper, as well as in “Golf Journal,” the official publication of the United States Golf Association. A few little-known facts about Carol are that she’s a licensed amateur radio operator, and is a collector of celebrity autographs, stamps, and coins.

You can learn more about Carol by visiting her web page at http://CarolPre.com


Author Links:

Website: http://CarolPre.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/CarolPreflatish

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/AuthorCarolPreflatish


Tour Schedule and Activities

10/3    The Scribblings of Sarah E. Glenn     https://saraheglenn.blogspot.com/ Author Interview

10/4    The Seventh Star Blog           https://www.theseventhstarblog.com/Guest Post

10/5    Jazzy Book Reviews    https://www.jazzybookreviews.com/ Author Interview

10/6    BookBekAdventures  https://www.bookbekadventures.Wordpress.com Review

10/7    Sapphyria's Books     https://saphsbooks.blogspot.com/ Review

10/8    The Book Lover's Boudoir     https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpress.com Review



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2 Comments

  1. Thanks for hosting me today. I'd be glad to answer any questions from your readers here today in the comments section.

    ReplyDelete

Please try not to spam posts with the same comments over and over again. Authors like seeing thoughtful comments about their books, not the same old, "I like the cover" or "sounds good" comments. While that is nice, putting some real thought and effort in is appreciated. Thank you.