Monday, March 1, 2010

March Madness


Ever feel like you were going mad? Maybe things go bump in the night that you don't understand? Ever get a chill for no reason then the phone rings and somebody died? Ever have a nightmare you knew would haunt you for the rest of your life? Think of these things this month and more distrubing thoughts as we on mayhemandmagic2 enter into March Madness.
We want to make the March Winds howl and the hair on your arms stand at attention. This month we are honoring the paranormal mysteries. Werewolves, Vampires, Vamps, the corpse, (I mean why did your victim have to die)? Think haunting such as the Barbara Michaels Suspense Books, think paranormal at it's finest. We will certainly be posting cozy/traditional authors this month as well because we want to know why their victims had to die....but fasten your seatbelts, leave the lights on and say your prayers because it's going to be a frightening month filled with humor and haunts.
Is there life after death or better yet life after murder? Is the cemetary the latest place to hang out and have a conversation with your character? Is your protag blood thirsty? Is the man of your dreams dying to meet you? YES we've gone mad for March and we are loving it because there is nothing like a good scare to make you glad you're alive.
We will add a little fantasy and suspense and the recipe for thrilling reads will come to perfection. So if you have a taste for murder and mayhem with a little practical magic thrown in and are feeling like being bewitched then stay tuned because boy do we have a month of authors lined up for you that you won't want to miss.

Remember keep it cozy with the lights on don't forget to howl with the moon!



  1. I remember a GREAT picnic in a graveyard I went to in college. They really are peaceful places most of the time

  2. This month's bloggers will be fun and next month's too and I used to do tombstone etching.


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