Red Threads by Stacey J. Mitchell
Publication Date: 2013
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Twenty-six-year-old Lily Robinson has her dream job in a museum, a great boyfriend, and is happy with her life – until the day she starts seeing red threads growing out of the chests of those around her.
That same day Lily meets a stranger who seems to know her and understand what she is seeing. Lily doesn’t believe him when he says she has a special ability, and it’s only when he saves her life that she accepts something very strange is happening to her.
Lily’s life is rapidly turned upside-down when she gets thrown into the world of fate and meets the beings who influence it.
Can she learn to control her ability to help herself and those around her who need it most?
Will she actually want to when she finds out what she has to do?
About the Author:
I am a tea drinker and history geek who lives in south Wales. I love reading, being outdoors, cooking, and stand-up comedy—but I don’t like bananas and insects.
I have been writing stories ever since I could hold a pen. I have a degree in Egyptology, and I love writing so much that I even enjoyed my university coursework.
Red Threads is my first novel (but will be the first of many).
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Monday, September 30:
Donnie Darko Girl – Book Excerpt
Tuesday, October 1:
Library Mosaic – Book Excerpt
Wednesday, October 2:
Haloangel Reads – Book Excerpt
Proof Positive – Guest Post
Thursday, October 3:
Classy Cat Books – Review
Friday, October 4:
Zili In The Sky – Guest Post
Book2Buzz – Book Excerpt
Monday, October 7:
Novels They Wrote – Review
Rainy Days and Pajamas – Book Excerpt
Tuesday, October 8:
Author Kristen Hope Mazzola – Guest Post
Crazy Book Reviewer – Review
Wednesday, October 9:
Chapter Break – Book Excerpt
Thursday, October 10:
Library Mosaic – Review
Friday, October 11:
Kristy Centeno – Promotional Post