Tuesday, October 27, 2015

The Crossroads Blog Tour, Day Two: Patrice Lyle and Jessica Bayliss with #Giveaway @TheCrossroadsBT @patricebooks @JBaylissWrites

It is Day 2 of the Crossroads Blog Tour presented by Leap BooksWe're spotlighting authors Patrice Lyle and Jessica Bayliss. We hope you enjoy this special seven day tour. We thank the authors for taking the time to answer our questions. Don't forget to enter the giveaway. Follow the tour on Twitter @TheCrossroadsBT and on Facebook.

Author Patrice Lyle
Author of the Health Nut Mysteries, the Poison Ivy Charm School Tween Mysteries, Lethally Blonde, and Glisten.

Patrice Lyle has never met a ghost story she didn’t like. She’s been fascinated with the paranormal since childhood. She attributes this fascination to having heard old family stories of ghostly wreaths, ESP, and money hidden in the lining of antique purses. She grew up on the Oregon Coast and has a Master’s Degree in Writing Popular Fiction. Now she lives with her husband and three cats near Orlando, where she’s working on the next Poison Ivy novel and trolling the area for ghostly happenings.

What is your creepiest memory?
Seeing a ghost in the window of an old house on my college campus!

What is your favorite thing to do during the Halloween season? 
Dress up and go out with my husband! This year we plan to be Jackie O and JFK!

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Author Jessica Bayliss 

Jessica Bayliss is an author of commercial fiction who loves nothing better than getting lost in a good story, whether in print or on film. When not busy with her latest fiction project, she can be found loving her friends and family—especially husband, Eric—playing with one pesky Havanese, or trying to appease an ornery cockatiel, typically with a cup of coffee near at hand. She has several stories out now, another on the way, and a novel in the works to be released later this year. Recent works: “Breathless,” a standalone romantic ghost story; “The Muse,” a short horror piece in Issue 31 of Sanitarium Magazine; “Alice in Wilderland,” a contemporary YA story in the Alice in Wonderland-inspired anthology, “Beware the Little White Rabbit”; and “The Ship,” a free piece of flash fiction in Theme of Absence Magazine. You can learn more about her at JessicaBaylissWrites.com.

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What is your creepiest memory? 
I took a pic at Union Cemetary. When the film came back (yeah, THOSE days), a face-shaped mist filled the shot, close enough to touch me.
What is your favorite thing to do during the Halloween season?
Scary movies in the dark with a plate of pumpkin chocolate chip cookies. My recipe is the BEST. Message me, and I’ll gladly share it.

Beware the Little White Rabbit

Thirteen powerful voices in young adult fiction invite you to journey into startling new Wonderlands in this nod to the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s timeless character, ALICE. 

Mystery. Madness. Mayhem. Each story in this collection will intrigue, bewitch, and enchant. Through rich historicals, castles and keeps, wormholes, secret workshops, deadly plagues, and gritty urban explorations, we present new tales of Alice and her white rabbit. 

Whether an intrepid reporter, a would-be car thief, or the last human in a world ruled by machines, at the heart of each story Alice is a girl discovering who she really is in worlds that never fail to surprise. 

What wonders await, oh curious reader? Leap down the rabbit hole and discover the truth… 

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  1. I love to see people in costume. Some are really good. I prefer the girly looks.

  2. I love seeing all the different costumes the little ones wear on trick or treat night.