Midnight Reynolds is out in the world…

Midnight Reynolds coverAfter writing five romance novels, it’s been nice to go back to rather silly roots with my next middle grade book. It’s written under my alter ego, Catherine Holt. But don’t worry, Catherine is just as ridiculous as Amanda is (especially when presented with the opportunity to write bad ghost jokes).


Even better, the reviews have been great (phew!)

“Highly likable . . . old-fashioned spooky fun.” —Kirkus Reviews

“A great choice for young readers who clamor for slightly scary books.” —School Library Journal

“A fast-paced ride with a few surprises.” —Booklist

It should be available in bookstores in the US and most online stores around the world. And now, I need to get back to polishing Midnight’s next book, which will be coming soon…


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