Life has thrown a few curveballs at me the last few months, but I'm taking a breather today to post version 2 of the SHROUD book trailer. Yeah yeah, I know some of you are saying, "but where are the other books, Marisa?!"
Recently, SHROUD was given a detailed review by the fabulous professional reader, Mrs. Y, and I'm thrilled that she graded it 95/100. I'm my greatest critic, and am often visited by my good friend, the imposter syndrome, so getting a good review just makes...
Would you live in a house in the middle of the rainforest for a couple of weeks if someone paid you a huge sum of money to do so? What if it’s a twenty-minute trek on foot to the nearest village? What if frightening things begin happening while you are there?
Please bear in mind that the following is a part of Shroud that ended up on the cutting room floor. It takes place three years before the events in Nusantara, and so Gemma would have been 12-years-old at the time.