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In the Hills Above the Gristmill
Kalvin Ellis is a safety and security expert who has consulted for the Mayor's Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security as well as the Secret Service. During his twenty years in that field he also become one of Denver's foremost experts on the paranormal history of the area. Kalvin would go on to create one of the state's most popular "haunted" tours while horrifying and educating tens of thousands of visitors. After leaving the safety and security business he embraced his knack for training and development. He currently uses Escape Rooms as a form of team building and leadership development. Mystery, suspense, crime, and horror have always been a part of Kal's life, and now he spends his evenings writing stories that include all of those elements.
This book is about a paranormal vlogger who goes to a small mining town in the Appalachian south to investigate a number of unexplained murders. She was called their by a tall, dark, handsome preacher who heads a church that believes that God himself has sent a creature (Sasquatch) to punish the town for its sins. When she arrives she finds that everyone in the town has their own secrets and that the thing killing women in the hills may be more dangerous than anyone anticipated.
Women between 21-40. Anyone who likes thriller/suspense novels.
Book cover type
Don’t know yet
Kindle Direct Publishing
What colors do you want to see in your design?
I am really open to ideas. The only thing I had thought of was maybe a white cover with a camera. In the reflection on the camera lens we can see a mountains and trees draped in mist. A young woman walks toward the ominous treeline.
That's just an idea. I am open to really anything might look good.
What to avoid
Basic fonts. A "busy" cover design.
I really like the rusty feel of Southern Gothic novels.
A church similar to the one in my story, except mine has a red door.