James Garcia, Jr, #horror #author of ‘Seeing Ghosts’ & ‘Flash Point’ #COFFINHOP @DanceAuthor @CoffinHop @Sotet_Angyal

Welcome to Coffin Hop on Spreading the Writer’s Word!

Every EIGHT hours for the next EIGHT days I’m gonna switch it up and offer you something horrifically scrumptious from a different author!
The 12:30 am and 8:30 am posts will feature two novels or novellas per author; the 4:30pm post will be a $0.99 cent short sprinkled in for fun!
Deets on how and what you can win are at the bottom of each post. And anywhere you see the words Coffin Hop in the post, you can click to visit the other fab hoppers!
Let’s see who’s the Reaper’s eyeballin’ in this post, shall we?

reaper_separatorFeatured Author: James Garcia, Jr.

Seeing Ghosts

JamesGarciaJr_SeeingGhostsPaul Herrera finds himself bequeathed a mysterious old house near the California central coast by a deceased aunt he never knew. The woman who shows it to him is the spitting image of his wife, taken from him three years before in a senseless car accident which also took his unborn son. While he deals with the ghosts of a past he cannot let go, there are new ghosts Paul must deal with – alone for the week in the expansive two-story house that he will soon discover holds many secrets. Eventually, he will see that he is surrounded by ghosts as he struggles to hold onto the only thing that he has left in this world – his sanity.

Available on Amazon!

Flash Point

JamesGarciaJr_FlashPointFive years after the death of their only child Tiffany, Steve and Angie Rosen receive an unexpected guest to their Morro Bay, California home: their daughter. She comes with a tale of having suffered a terrible head wound in the fire that took their Kingsburg home, causing her loss of memory and migraine headaches that force her to hide from daylight in order to prevent.

Tiffany’s reemergence is treated like Manna from Heaven; however, her story is only half true. Tiffany is a vampire and their daughter in name only. She sleeps during the day and hunts for human blood during the night, and has come back to enact a twisted revenge upon those who ruined the plans of her master, the notorious vampire, Vincent. And she is not alone.

Five years after the terrible events that reshaped the Swedish Village, Kingsburg lies unsuspecting as five vampires descend upon her with a great evil in their black hearts.

Five years after old wounds have finally healed and the old fires were thought extinguished, Police Chief Michael Lopez and Officer Mark Jackson and their families find themselves surrounded when fires blaze anew. The good vampire, Nathaniel, has pledged his service to these people, but he is no longer among them. He lives high in the Oregon Mountains near the California border, seeking whether God might have a place in His kingdom yet for him.

When Nathaniel discovers that Tiffany has returned, will he be too late to stop her? And will his desire to protect his friends destroy what God has begun in him?

It will all begin with a Flash Point.

Available on Amazon!

reaper_separatorGimme the goods, man!

Okay, so how do you go about being a potential Coffin Hop winner? Easy, leave a comment on this post (‘Likes’ don’t count, but are appreciated), and at the end of the 2014 hop, I’ll be randomly selecting FOUR novel or novella winners, and FOUR $0.99 short story winners to choose among any of the works featured between October 24th and 31st on this blog in their respective category. Each winner will receive an Amazon gift of the eBook or short they have chosen. Plus, they’ll also have a free copy of my own short story release, ‘Bent Metal’, shoved down their throat in the form of a second Amazon gift!
Like the nice officer said, “Spread ’em!” —— Tweet, share to Facebook, Google+, or anywhere else you roam so others can be a part of the glory that is horror; and we can all help the authors who are featured here get their work in front of as many new eyes as possible! Extra BONUS!! My top tweeter gets a super secret prize that looks just like a $10 Amazon Gift Card – but fear not, you’re superhero identity will be kept hush-hush! Don’t forget to tag me! @Sotet_Angyal
And while you’re at it, hit up my other two blogs, ‘Sotet Angyal – The Dark Angel‘ and ‘The Road to Nowhere…‘, for a new post each day and other goodies I’m giving away! Plus make sure you visit the other freakin-superfantabulicious hoppers who are working just as hard at making this year’s Coffin Hop one bitchin’ Halloween roller-coaster ride from hell!

About Nina D'Arcangela

Nina Dโ€™Arcangela is a quirky horror writer who likes to spin soul rending snippets of despair. She reads anything from splatter matter to dark matter. She's an UrbEx adventurer who suffers from unquenchable wanderlust. She loves to photograph abandoned places, bits of decay and old grave yards. Nina is a co-owner of Sirens Call Publications, a co-founder of the horror writer's group 'Pen of the Damned', and if that isn't enough, put a check mark in the box next to owner and resident nut-job of Dark Angel Photography.
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18 Responses to James Garcia, Jr, #horror #author of ‘Seeing Ghosts’ & ‘Flash Point’ #COFFINHOP @DanceAuthor @CoffinHop @Sotet_Angyal

  1. afstewart says:

    Gorgeous covers, and the books sound great too.

  2. Sounds good. I love ghost stories and that is a beautiful cover!

  3. Thank you so very much for including me with all the fantastic things you do here, Nina. I really don’t know how you do it all, especially this time of year. One of the reasons why I love this time of year is because our paths end up crossing so much. Take care and enjoy the hop!
    We’ll talk soon…


    • My absolute pleasure, Jimmy! I think I just click over into non-human Coffin Hop mode (and apparently go brain dead as far as opening the windows goes – ahem). Seeing Ghosts has me very intrigued, it’s on my ‘must read’ list sometime before 2020! lol

      Catch ya around the hop! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. maryrajotte says:

    Now this is what community is all about! Awesome that you’re featuring so many authors!

    • Thank you! So many authors, so little time to read… and only one set of eyeballs – that just seems unfair! I’m happy to help put the talent of these, and any other hard working author in front of as many of those eyes (or ears on audio) as possible! Thanks for hopping by, Mary!! ๐Ÿ˜€

  5. Huge fan of Jimmy’s! Thank you for featuring him ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. bn100 says:

    Nice covers

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  7. Joseph Pinto says:

    Striking cover art! Jimmy has always been a wonderful supporter of writers on social media; now I need to find some time to read his work! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Thank you for your kind words, Joseph – and please forgive the late reply. I was swamped yesterday… We are all juggling way too much. I want to read everybody’s books, visit all of their sites, and attend every event. But I know we just can’t do it all. On the other hand this is a fabulous community to belong to. No matter how many books I sell in this life, I am blessed by the writer friends I have made. We are the only ones that understand us! Friends and family don’t get it. Without my writer-friends celebrating my successes and shouldering my burdens, I would have given this up long ago.
      Cheers, everyone!


  8. Jimmy, I still say “Seeing Ghosts” has one of the most gorgeous covers. It is on my to-read-with-haste list.
    Fantastic share, Nina!
    Happy CoffinHopping! ๐Ÿ™‚
    – Kim

    • Thank you, Kim. You have just made my day. *raises LandShark beer high* My dear friend/author/cover artist Maria Zaninni has done all of my covers. When she read the blurb for Seeing Ghosts she told me she had been saving the girl for herself, but knew it would be perfect for the book – so she gave her to me. So awesome! I can’t thank her enough… ๐Ÿ™‚


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