Mara is a Japanese-American girl with a history of personal tragedy. Though she still cuts to quell the pain, she thought she had left the worst behind her. But her boyfriend’s sudden death and a visit to one of the most haunted places in Washington State send her into a spiral of madness that lands her in a psychiatric ward.
Already suffering from dreams of a strange, ghost-infested house in the woods, Mara begins to question the very existence of reality. She is forced to confront the truth of her older sister’s brutal murder and, unable to distinguish between nightmare and waking any longer, the reason the ghosts have chosen her as their conduit.
“Full-on goose-flesh-rising, nail-biting, hair-tugging scary.”–Edward Lorn, author of The Sound of Broken Ribs
The fact that I’m addicted to anything made of paper isn’t much of a secret, and I have a particular fetish for notebooks. So when I started seeing the Code&Quill ads around ye olde internet for a notebook that a) was hardcover and b) laid flat, I c) gave them my money. This video shows me opening my Monolith, though I bought a 3-pack of their little Scribe notebooks as well. Have a look, and then go visit them at http://www.codeandquill.com. I’ll follow up with the Monolith in use in the near future.