Very excited to have interviewed A. L. Waddington. Her new release will be part of a series and has such an interesting concept, I can hardly wait! To find out more about Essence, tune in below.

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Essence (The Eve Series)

Jocelyn Timmons does not believe she is anything special — just an
ordinary high school senior, living an ordinary life full of
school-work, volleyball and friends. She’s about to find out how wrong
she is.

Jackson Chandler moved in to the house across the street. His dark
wavy hair, green eyes and charismatic personality draws everyone to
him. Everyone, but Jocelyn.

Whenever Jackson gets near Jocelyn she feels ill and dizzy. When he
touches her, she blacks out and has visions of another life, in
another time. As the odd hallucinations evolve and become clearer, she
feels a strong pull towards the people she sees there. Frightened, she
watches her once stable life begin to crumble around her and she
begins to question her own sanity.

Could it be possible that these episodes are actually her own memories
of a life she is living somehow, somewhere, some-when? Maybe this is
time-travel or some other paranormal mysticism? Our minds often
wander, but can our souls?

About the Author:

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A. L. Waddington completed her undergraduate studies at University of
Texas Dallas and Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.
She graduated from IUPUI with a BS in Psychology with a dual
concentration in the psychobiology of addictions and clinical
rehabilitation. She is an avid reader, enjoys spending time in her
gardens, and watching the Indianapolis Colts. A. L. and her husband,
Ty have a son, two daughters, a puppy, and an oversized cat. They
reside in Indiana.

Website/Blog/Author pages etc.

Author Blog
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Check out this AMAZING cover! Isn’t it gorgeous?
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Price McNaughton was born and raised in a small town in Tennessee. A childhood steeped in the stories and legends of her ancestors as well as the southern way of life led her to carry on the tradition and become a storyteller herself. After years of traveling and working at a variety of jobs, she has finally returned to her roots and devoted herself to writing and reviewing books. A Vision of Murder is her first book.