Mara is a Japanese-American girl with a history of personal tragedy. Though she still cuts herself to quell the pain, she thought the worst was behind her. But her boyfriend’s sudden death, and a visit to one of the most haunted places in Washington State, sends her into a spiral of madness, landing her in a psychiatric ward.
Already suffering from dreams of a strange, ghost-infested house in the woods, Mara begins to question the very existence of reality. She is forced to confront the truth about her older sister’s death and the reason the ghosts have chosen her as their conduit.
“An evocative journey into the darkest realms of a troubled psyche. Part ghost story, part psychological suspense, Conduits is an astonishing debut from a bold new voice in horror. Don’t miss it!” —Tim Waggoner, author of The Way of all Flesh
CONDUITS is available from Amazon.
Jennifer Loring’s short fiction has been published in numerous magazines, webzines, and anthologies. She holds an MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University and is signed to a four-book deal with Permuted Press. Jennifer resides in Philadelphia, PA with her husband and their turtle.
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