Published: April 2018
Sampson County, North Carolina is not the quiet little town most people think it is. Hidden deep within the sprawling corn and cotton fields there is a world that no one would ever expect existed.
Ashton Morris and his family have lived in Sampson County, North Carolina all their lives, for them the insane happenings are normal everyday activity, but for Deputy Jacy Crittenden they are anything but normal. Having left her hometown of New York for a quiet life and a little less bustle she can’t seem to wrap her head around the insanity she’s stepped into.
It has been only 6 months since she transferred and already there are ritualistically butchered cattle, a teenager that no one seems to know even exists, not to mention the Morris family and the strange death of the two youngest member’s father. Somehow Jacy needs to find out what’s going on… but her detective instincts just might lead her into a situation that would make her days on the force in New York seem like a walk in Central Park on a nice spring day.
“Pray for Hell” is the second book in the ‘Sampson County Supernatural’ series that promises to be a wild ride on the paranormal side of life… none like you’ve ever read before.
For as long as I can remember I have always wanted to be a writer. I started writing stories with my cousin when she was twelve and I was fourteen. Our first written works were about the New Kids on the Block and even her mom was quite interested in what we’d written. I remember being told by several people that I should be a writer and so I continued to dabble in writing for quite a while.
I became involved in groups on AOL where several people would make up characters, get into a chat room and write until dawn broke. It was tons of fun and I even saved a lot of the logs. I have recently put those out as fun little short story books.
I write in various genres. I love fantasy and horror but I tend to lean more toward the horror genre it seems. I think it may be because I share a birthday with Stephen King. I like to think we have a bit in common because of that, I can only hope that one day I’ll be as big as he is.
Most of the stories I’ve written so far have been short stories, but I fully intend to write more lengthy volumes as time goes on. I hope you all enjoy the stories I’ve written and feel free to get in touch with me and let me know your thoughts. You can reach me by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the author:
Kitty Honeycutt is the single mother of an amazing daughter. She is a publisher for over 100 authors, a writer, an entrepreneur, a singer and an animal and human rights activist.
She sometimes writes under the pseudonyms Kitty 'de Chatfou & Morrigan Austin. Her book “Ouroboros: Born of Fire” is due out in the year 2019, and will be her sixth published work.
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