Mallory is starting work on a new series of books with a paranormal twist. Here’s a little preview.
From an early age, Epiphany Mayall knew that she had unusual “intuition.” She “knew” about things before they happened, announcing visitors, for example, hours before their actual arrival. She also insisted that she had invisible “friends” who told her things like where to find missing objects. She also had an unnerving habit of predicting when someone when was going to get ill or when one of the farm animals was going to die. Her mother, Susannah, found her in the barn one time crying over her pet rabbit. When Susannah asked her why she was crying, Epiphany said that her rabbit was going to die. Her mother tried to reassure her that the rabbit was fine, but next morning the rabbit’s body was found in the driveway partially devoured by a predator. When she was twelve, Susannah confided to Epiphany that “clairvoyance ran in the family,” although it tended to skip generations. “I don’t have the gift,” Susannah said, “but your Grandpa Stephen did.” She then said that her namesake and great, great, great grandmother Susannah Travis had been well-known for her ability to accurately predict future events. So much so that she was chastised by her minister for “dabbling in the occult.” “She was lucky,” Susannah said, “that they didn’t burn her as a witch.”
Epiphany’s adventures are just getting started. Stay tuned as she leads us into her world.