The Bolton family is struggling through hard times. Searching for hope, they except an offer from a family member to move into a late relative’s house. The agreement seems simple, they can live there for free but must renovate the old decrepit house. Their new home is everything they had hoped for, but unfortunately the current residents have more in store. As the dream turns to nightmare, the family is plagued by several misfortune circumstances. As the sinister events intensify, the family finds itself caught in a battle with evil. As they struggle to survive, their presence in the house feeds the demons that lay within. Their only hope is to trust in a departed family member who fights to help keep them alive.
Described as fast paced with page turning excitement! Looking for a good scare? This book will leave you investigating every sound in the house.
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Jessica Monks is a long time resident of Massachusetts. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration and Equine Management, as well as a MA license in Riding Instruction. Her writing career started with horror screen plays made for her own enjoyment. Her first Novella The House on Hayden Pond was released May of 2017. Currently she is working on a thriller but plans to write a prequel to The House on Hayden Pond. She uses her Maladaptive Daydreaming Disorder to write with vivid intensity. Her work can be described as lots of events without a lot of fluff. Every chapter drives the intense plot forward.
“MDD in a nutshell means that I daydream about 70% more than a “normal” person. The daydreams are not like regular daydreams they are much more elaborate and extremely vivid. Like a movie played out in your mind that you can observe or be a part of. People with MDD are 100% aware that these daydreams are not real in any way. It’s impossible to stop because it’s subconscious. It often happens while preforming regular everyday tasks. I am also extremely positive and instead of dwelling on this I use it to my advantage to write. In reference to the House on Hayden Pond when I say I know every inch of that house and every character intimately it’s because I’ve been there. I have seen it all unfold.”