A Supernatural Thriller
It’s not paranoia if it’s real.
If you’re captivated by The X-Files and The Handmaid’s Tale, if you enjoy peeling back the layers of an otherworldly mystery, or if you’ve ever doubted what you’ve been told is true, you’ll find yourself gripped by Day Sixteen, a modern day thriller with a supernatural twist.
Try a Sample
As this is very different from my usual humorous silliness, I encourage you to try a a few sample chapters before you start shopping!
What Readers Are Saying….
…the storyline had me on the edge of my seat — really hard to put down. You need to read it! –Bookbub Reviewer
If you want a thrilling read with some solid creepy moments along the way, this book is for you! —Jonathan Pongratz, Author of The BEK Curse
…keeps the reader engaged wanting to see where this will lead. But still…not wanting it to end.–Bookbub Reviewer
If you’re a fan of creepy books with a bit of a paranormal twist, you’ll enjoy this!–T.M. Baumgartner, author of The Chaos Job
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Day Sixteen is available as an ebook on my Payhip Bookstore, and in both paperback and ebook formats on most major retailers.
At first, Moire’s sleepwalking incidents don’t faze her. She’s never had them before, so surely they’ll pass. But when she notices they keep happening on a certain day, she wonders if there’s something more to her nightly wanderings.
Then there’s her husband Neil’s research project at the fertility clinic, his strange reaction to her taking birth control pills, and, wait… has he been tracking her cycle?
As further troubling events and coincidences plague Moire’s sleeping and waking world, her paranoia mounts. Paranoia Neil insists is a clear sign that Moire needs help.
Moire knows she needs to get a grip, that what she believes is too crazy to be true, but when people close to her start disappearing, she realizes she’s in a fight for her mind and her body, and that what’s been happening is more disturbing than she could have imagined.
Grab your copy of Day Sixteen today to discover what happens when everything they told you was crazy, turns out to be true.