Most Writers are (Thankfully) Not Weavers

I’m a sucker for a book where the protagonist is an author, but add in the fact that they are also changing the world they’re living in, and I’m a goner.

That’s the kind of premise that Heather Kindt’s The Weaver has, and this book sounds incredibly unique. I’m the kind of person who has watched In The Mouth of Madness more times than I can count, and even though that movie is more about the author bringing about the monsters from his imagination into the world around him, The Weaver fiction brought to life certainly doesn’t sound pleasant.

Heather Kindt was kind enough to interview me a while back on her blog, and she has been super supportive of my work since Stolen came out. As soon as I read the synopsis for this book though, I knew it was going on my Kindle. Some books are just like that, you know?

I hope you take a chance on this incredible sounding book (with such a gorgeous cover!) and happy release day, Heather! Here’s hoping the villains in my book never become flesh and blood…