Thunder roared, and lightning speared down. In its brief flashes, Jemma could see more shadows gathering. They looked like pale Mordsprites, small, bedraggled, skeletal. She lengthened her stride, but the ground was slick and she slipped, slamming face down in black mud. Hauling herself to her feet yet again, she came face to face with one of the shadows.
It was not a Mordsprite at all, but the gray silhouette of a child, a sunken-cheeked, hollow-eyed boy of no more than five, his ragged arms reaching out to her through the Mist.
Jemma stood petrified, her heart pounding as he swayed closer, oblivious to the chaos raining down around him. Others closed in behind him, a straggling band of waifs, all moving in the same direction.
"Fast, creepy fun. A bit of The Addams Family, a bit of dark fantasy, and a boatload of monsters and magic make this read a ghoulish delight." - Stefan Bachmann, author of The Peculiar
About The Flame in the Mist:
Also, a blog tour coming up
The Flame in the Mist
by Kit Grindstaff
1st- Promo @ Me Myshelf & I
2nd- Promo @ Katie’s Book Blog
3rd- Character Interview @ I Am A Reader, Not A Writer
4th- Interview @ Icey Books
5th- Guest Blog @ Evie Bookish
8th- Character Interview @ A Backward’s Story
9th- Guest Blog @ Supernatural Snark
10th- Promo Post @ Hobbitsies
11th- Promo Post @ Kelsey Sutton
12th- Interview @ Steph Su
15th- Character Interview @ YA BookHounds
16th- Guest Blog @ Water Color Moods
17th- Interview @ Rebecca’s Book Blog
18th- Promo @ Amie Corner
19th- Character Interview @ The Mod Podge Bookshelf
Thanks for stopping by!