The idea for Death House was conceived when my 29 year-old daughter was still in grade school, and she challenged me to write a story as scary as R.L. Stine. Although it took many years to get out the door as I built up my confidence as a writer, Death House provided many enjoyable hours of dialogue and discussion with my daughters.
I wrote Death House to easily translate into film, just in case!
Although the cover doesn’t describe the demonic creature in my story, it conveys the image of something creepy crawling out of a dark portal. I’d give Death House a PG-13 rating for minimal swearing and some gore. It has a sweet romantic sub-plot between the two main characters, Adley Lange and Victor Trumillo. (Kristen, I hope you don’t mind that I borrowed Adley’s beautiful name!)
I’d appreciate your comments on my story and your honest but kind reviews on Amazon.com. Thanks!
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by Carole Avila
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