Author’s Cave Halloween Blog Train – “Buried Alive?” Part II



Welcome to the Author’s Cave Halloween Blog Train!

1. Include a picture or video of yourself in a Halloween costume!

This is from a Halloween Ball at my university a few years ago – easily my favorite time of the year!


2. What is your favorite scary movie?

I actually avoided anything horror-related like the plague until recently, but now I have a SO who loves to see me react to jump-scares (and I do.) We now have a system in which he gets to pick out something scary and I get to choose something Pixar for afterward. I wouldn’t say I have a favorite, but the Asian-made movies are usually way more terrifying than anything else I’ve seen.

3. What scene from a book or movie scared you more than any other?

Probably the scary scene that has stuck with me the most was the episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer called “Hush.” You’ll know what I mean if you’ve seen it.

4.  If all of Stephen King’s bad guys were after each other, who would win and why?

Pennywise because Pennywise.

5. Give a Treat!

Look how cute my dog is! This is Clover!


6. Provide an elevator pitch for one of your books!

What happens when you kill a dragon? Hundreds of years ago, the elves did the unspeakable, and buried their shame in hopes that no one would discover it. In Eye of the Void, that shame is unearthed.

Find Children of Fire, Part III – Eye of the Void on Amazon!

Eye of the Void by Mary Fonvielle

These 11 brave souls from all over the world took on the challenge to join the Halloween Story Train!
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They were given a beginning of a story and each writer passed the torch to the next train car (blog) to continue the story. We had no idea where it would go or how it would turn out, but it’s a great story and you will never guess what happens next!

Follow the train to see how the story goes and to get to know some new authors!

Buried Alive? Part II

If you haven’t already, click here to read Part I at Ginger Gelsheimer’s blog!

As my senses sharpen, my mind begins to blur. The air is close and tightens my chest as I try not to panic. The scent is stale and stagnant. The sound of nothing screams in my ears. Am I dreaming? I strained to remember what had happened.

Lights and cleanliness. Images of a white room, everything crisp and precise, return to my mind. The images were not of home, but I had been there long enough that they had become familiar. The whirring and beeping of machines let those around me know that I was still alive. Then everything had been strangely quiet, for the first time in weeks, and after that… darkness.

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