How much do you love your hometown?

Enough to destroy it?

Fictionally, of course.

Since a few of you wanted to know what happened to other places in the world in the Redaction novels, I thought I would offer you the opportunity to offer your favorite place for me to mention in my new apocalyptic novel.

Sooo, if you’re game, tell me the city, county, and country plus your local icon/hangout/favorite place that i can have horrible things happen to.

You have till Christmas to post it.

And speaking of Christmas, if a fully decorated tree is toppled by four playing cats in the middle of the night, it may make a sound but no person sleeping in the house heard it.

And no, I did not blame the dog. The sheer evidence of cat toys told it’s own tale.

About Linda Andrews

Linda Andrews lives with her husband and three children in Phoenix, Arizona. When she announced to her family that her paranormal romance was to be published, her sister pronounce: "What else would she write? She’s never been normal." All kidding aside, writing has become a surprising passion. So just how did a scientist start to write paranormal romances? What other option is there when you’re married to romantic man and live in a haunted house? If you’ve enjoyed her stories or want to share your own paranormal experience feel free to email the author at www.lindaandrews.net She’d love to hear from you.
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3 Responses to How much do you love your hometown?

  1. danrshaw says:

    We don’t have our tree decorated yet but our cat’s been eyeballing it. She still plays will the ornaments she stole last year. Maybe I’ll get that garden spray that’s supposed to repel cats. I could spray it on the tree and on myself.

  2. My hometown is Beavercreek, Ohio (USA). I’ve spent little time there since I left for college 40 years ago. However, Books & Co. at The Greene (http://www.thegreene.com/Tenants/BOOKS-CO#.VIeB_0vuRTk; the building is modern, a fake old building) didn’t respond to my request to do a booksigning at the store, so I would not be unhappy if you destroyed them. My second choice would be Beavercreek High School (http://www.beavercreek.k12.oh.us/bhs), which has been enlarged to the point that it’s a scary maze that probably eats the students with poor memories.

  3. danrshaw says:

    I finally have a place. Should of thought of this before. Mocksville, NC (our home) and the building is a downtown building where Wicked Salon is located. (where Beth works). We always tease her when we hear sirens that she damaged a client again. All the buildings downtown are old for the most part. Type of business that open for a few years only to close and someone else moves in. http://www.diannaswickedsalon.com/location.html shows a photo of the shop front and http://mocksvillenc.org/ has a rotating photo collage and the one photo that shows 3 girls at night twirling batons with streamers is where the shop is located.

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