Monday, 31 October 2016

Halloween Week: Book Spotlight - Doll


For our last Halloween Week post, I bring you a look at the YA horror novel Doll by Miracle Austin.


Doll by Miracle Austin 




Welcome to Frost High; I bet you’ve heard about or currently may be attending. Small school, lots of secrets, a popular mean girl, Pepper Fox, and of course a few outcasts--Tomie Dupuy, Sarifena Green, and Opal Dawn--who all shined on Pepper’s tormented list, since junior high. Opal shined the brightest. Tomie, Sari, and Opal made a pact and traveled to Monroe Creek, Louisiana with the goal to end their torment in an untraditional way. Sometimes things don’t end up, as we wish. Fate always possesses a way to redirect everything. Will they finally find the solution to their agonizing problem or will all spiral out of control, as they never anticipated?

Be Careful What You Wish For… 



"Doll is a frightening 5 star read with enough scary voodoo magic to give just the right amount of twists and turns." 
~Brandy Corona, best-selling author of Midnight Outbreak~


Doll is available at:





Author Bio:


YA/NA Cross-Genre Hybrid Author


Miracle Austin works in the social work arena by day and in the writer’s world at night and weekends. She’s been writing since junior high and Drive by The Cars being one of her biggest inspirations.

She enjoys writing short stories with horror/suspense being her favorite genres; however, she’s not limited to.

Her debut release was a YA/NA paranormal novel, Doll, which released on 2-14-16. Doll won the Purple Dragonfly Award 2nd place in the Young Adult Fiction category 2016. Her second release will be a very eclectic collection of short storie of diverse themes--Boundless, to be released in the Winter of 2016.

She enjoys attending diverse book festivals and comic conventions, where she has been so honored to be one of the panelists on some. She hopes to conduct more author visits at junior high and high schools in the future. Miracle resides in Texas with her family.



Twitter: @MiracleAustin
InstaGram: MiracleAustin7


“Lingering fiction that ignites diverse mind journeys and beyond…”



Happy Halloween!





2 comments:

Madeleine Swann said...

Sounds good, I'll share it online!

A. F. Stewart said...

Thanks.

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