And the winner was ...
Moonlight on the Nantahala (A Paranormal Romance)
by Michael Rivers
Edward Caulfield was not a simple man. Losing his wife early in their marriage he continued to live his life as a shrine to her. In his twilight years he encountered a troubled young woman. There were lessons to be learned from each other. With the spirit of his deceased wife by his side Edward Caulfield left behind a legacy in his words to ease a troubled heart.
Congrats, Michael! (And thank you for your service! I didn't realize you were a veteran as well!)
Micheal, born in 1953, is an American author. His writing genres include Fiction, Horror, Thriller and Paranormal. Micheal has been writing for several years. In the past he concentrated on Romantic Poetry. In recent years he has focused on writing Fiction and Paranormal stories. His book titled "Ghosts of the North Carolina Shores" has been published by Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Micheal also published the eBook "The Black Witch" which is the first of a series on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Micheal has over thirty years of investigating and collecting stories of the paranormal. He is the lead investigator for the Smokey Mountain Ghost Trackers of Western North Carolina. He served his country as a United States Marine during Vietnam. He is a native North Carolinian. He lived in the Chicago area in the past and furthered his education there. He served the community as an Emergency Medical Technician while living there. Micheal currently resides in the mountains of North Carolina along with his wife and his Boxer he fondly calls Dee Dee.
Here's a list of the other participants, if you want to check out some new Indie titles: R. S. Guthrie, Writing duo PJ and Karen, Andy Holloman, Michelle McCleod, Catherine Bybee, Karen Pokras Toz, Trish McCallan, Melissa Garrett, R. G. Porter , Eryn Lockhart, Curtis Oddo, Andrew D. Carlson, Rhondi VilottI'm taking a break to help Worm Burner bake some apple pie, host a Write In for Dark Omen and his writing club friends, and navigate Mighty Mite's first Parent/Teacher Conference where he gets to attend (3rd grade is so hard!).
A Wonderful Thankful Holiday to all my American friends!