Author Spotlight – Kasey Hill


The Haunting at Foxwood Village

by Kasey Hill

Are you ready for a terrifying haunt? A ghost story that will leave you questioning your own sanity? Get your copy of The Haunting at Foxwood Village! You won’t be disappointed!

Rated ages 9+

Juvenile Horror/Paranormal

Dark Moon Rising Publications Young Adult Reads Publication


When the Calhoun family moved from upstate New York to southern, rural Virginia, the only worries they had were whether to say you all or y’all to the locals. However, when their oldest daughter Izzie gets settled in, her life is turned upside down. She doesn’t know if the events are from intruders, paranormal activity, or if everything is all in her mind. She soon learns the dark secrets that has haunted the land century to century and finds herself racing the clock to unlock the mysteries of the house they moved to before the land claims their souls… or else they will be bound by their blood for eternity to walk between the veil of the living and dead.


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Firefly of Immortality

By Kasey Hill


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Sophie was raised to believe that she was an ordinary girl living in an ordinary world. However, after the passing of her grandmother, her entire world shattered to the ground. Sophie may have been born an ordinary girl, but her soul was as old as the dawn of time. She was an angel, and she alongside her twin flame, Incaendiel, held the key to bringing all of the fallen angels safely back to the light.

However, evil lurks where least expected, and the Jealous God of the Old Testament has waged a war against those who are seeking the light. Love, power, and vanity come together as we see the showdown between angel and fallen angel, God and Goddess, in arms fighting against one another. In the end, will love conquer and banish the evil God of Creation and return the light back to those that fell out of duty and love for their angelic family?


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The Wastelands of OZ – Return to Oz Book 1

By Isobel Ingram    

        Somewhere…down a wrong road…under the sea…across the desert…by earthquake, tornado, hurricane, and magick… exists the Land of Oz. But it’s not the same land you loved and dreamed of. A new and more powerful evil than that of the wicked witches has taken over Oz by the name of the Red Sorceress. Oz is in shambles, a barren wasteland. Dorothy is sick with stomach cancer, so it is up to her daughter, Maryjane, to help bring Oz back to life. Maryjane isn’t your average teenager in Kansas. She was blessed by the Elders of Oz with magickal powers as a thanks for the help her mother offered while living there. Glinda’s son, Charlie, and Maryjane are the heirs to the throne of Oz, while the Red Sorceress intends to steal it away for her and her apprentice. Maryjane and Charlie have battled for years over their feelings for each other and have grappled with the idea of punishment, for Maryjane is a mortal from the human world, and it is forbidden. However, the only way to defeat this new monster of evil is together, and they alone share the hidden powers to bring Oz back to life and return the wastelands back into the voluptuous land it once was.



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Author Spotlight – Kasey Hill



20 Questions with Kasey Hill

  1. What made you decide to become an author?

I have always had the love to write. We started writing stories in first grade and it always stuck with me. Then after my son was born, I wanted to write stories for them to read.


  1.  What is the hardest thing about writing for you?

Finding the time to be able to do it. I am a full time mom to three young children (8, 6, and 2.) By the time I actually have time to sit and write anymore, I am exhausted. So, I try to write early in the morning or late at night when everyone has went to sleep.


  1.  Do you have any routines or superstitions that you go through whenever you write a book – Such as a specific room to write in, certain drink, same pen/pencil every time, specific music or noise? Release a book?

 I have no routines really lol I write with anything on TV. Right now, I am writing on my ghost book with Disney’s Brave playing on TV lol


  1.  Who is the one person in the writing profession who has inspired you the most?

 Becky Mushko is the first Indie author I have met. When I was in high school, we studied her in our creative writing class and she even came by. She was the one who made me see that I could one day be a writer.


  1.  Which character is your favorite? Which character was the hardest to write? Why?

 My favorite character would have to be Maryjane in The Wastelands of Oz. You could see the clear character development I had with her from beginning to end. The hardest to write was Isobel from The Haunting at Foxwood Village. I had to make her seem crazy but not crazy at the same time, which made me feel crazy lol


  1. Would you consider collaborating on a book with anyone else? If so…who?  Who would be your unicorn author to collaborate with?

 I have had this chance before twice and never again will I ever collaborate an actual piece of fiction with someone again. Both of the authors I wrote with I am no longer a friend of. Therefore, the pieces was pulled. Both of the books were my ideas. One of the books could actually go along with The Haunting at Foxwood Village. But, it is what it is.


  1. Who is your favorite author…someone that you will buy their book even without thinking?

 Sharyn McCrumb! I absolutely love her historical fiction books about the south.


  1. What is your best piece of advice for someone who wants to write or publish?

 Study the market prior to publishing. Mark trends and make sure that you have a marketing strategy planned. Build a fan base prior to releasing a book. Have fun! Don’t let it become a job!


  1. If you could ask your readers 1 question and have them all answer…what would it be?

 Backstreet Boys or NSYNC


  1. What is your writing kryptonite?

 Time. I feel as if I never have time to d what I need to get done in a scene lol


  1. Do you plot out your book or do you write as you go?

 I write by the seat of my pants lol


  1. Do you want each book or series to stand on its own or are you building a universe where all the books/series connect with each other?

 Actually, I plan to somehow create a universe with my books


  1. If you could go back and give yourself one piece of advice related to writing what would it be?

 Finish the book you started


  1. What is the biggest lesson you learned after you published your first book?

 Takeovers in events are pointless for sales


  1. What is a guilty pleasure?

 Binge reading or binge watching


  1. Do you have a favorite vacation spot?

 We don’t go on vacation lol


  1. What’s an Item on your bucket list?

 Go to Nashville on vacation lol


  1. Do you have a spirit animal?  If so, what is it?

 Yes, a phoenix. Because no matter what I go through, I come back harder than before.


  1. What is your favorite holiday & why?

 Samhain… I am a witch and it’s the Witch’s New Year. The veil is thinnest at this time of year and contact with the dead is prevalent.


  1. What’s your favorite Halloween candy?

 Peanut Butter Taffy


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