I got a new review for HAUNTED RICHMOND by SableLit Reviews.
Here is what the reviewer said:
Like haunted stories told around a campfire or underneath a tent with a flashlight, I found Haunted Richmond enjoyable for its intermingling of history with the supernatural. Kinney even intertwined her own paranormal experiences in the book giving hope to ghost hunters everywhere that maybe they could visit Richmond and experience the supernatural power of its residence who have long since passed but have yet to leave.
Read the rest of the review at http://www.sablelitreviews.com/haunted-richmond .
And this is where I’ll be signing this upcoming weekend:
October 17th: Barnes and Noble—The Creeks at Virginia Center 9850 Brook Rd. Glen Allen, VA 23059 804-264-6850—October 17, 2008—6:00pm to 8:00pm
October 18th: Barnes and Noble—Chesterfield Towne Center—11500 Midlothian Turnpike Space 440, Richmond, VA 23235—804-794-4216—October 18, 2008—11am to 1:00pm
October 18th: Waldens Bookstore in Virginia Center Commons Mall—10101 Brook Road Glen Allen, VA. 23059 804-262-9479--October 18, 2008—2:00pm to 5:00pm
October 19th: Barnes and Noble—4600 Commonwealth Center Parkway Midlothian, VA. 23112 804-744-5483—October 19, 2008—2:00pm to 4:00pm