Today Sci-Fi & Scary (weird to think we’ll only be saying that for a couple of more months…) is happy to bring you the cover reveal for the supremely talented Yolanda Sfetsos’ Wall of Dolls.
But first… a little about the author!
Yolanda Sfetsos, in her own words is: Wife. Mother. Writer. Bibliophile. Dreamer.
Animal lover. Intrigued by the supernatural. Horror freak. Zombie enthusiast.
Movie & music fan. Slave to her muse.
You can find her on Twitter: @yolandasfetsos
We here at Sci-Fi & Scary can also vouch for the fact that she’s an all-around good person who tolerates no tomfoolery of the malicious kind, and we love her for it!
About Wall of Dolls
The back cover copy reads:
For generations, the women of the Lucas family have lived in the small town of Whenall, Massachusetts, at Raven House. They make dolls that they call wardens to protect the townsfolk, a long tradition that some might believe holds no power, but a tradition that Whenall enjoys all the same.
Quin is proud of her heritage, her cousin Beth, however, isn’t interested in her position as the future family matriarch. The girls spend their time with their two closest friends, Henri and Al, with Beth always taking the lead, flirting with the boys and leading them into mischief.
One Halloween night, Al finds a Ouija board in the attic of Raven House, and Beth eagerly encourages them all to play with it, but Quin knows that these boards are not a game. Something was unleashed that Halloween night, and a year later, the girls will face the consequences. Can Quin stop them from being devoured by the evil force that spoke to them that night? The force that haunts the woods surrounding Whenall? With Henri by her side, she is sure as hell going to try…
Ad now that we’ve got your interested piqued by that back cover content…
The Wall of Dolls Cover
…dolls really are creepy things, aren’t they?
Wall of Dolls doesn’t have a specific release date yet, but Yolanda informs us that it will be very soon, so keep your eyeballs peeled!
Lilyn G is the founder of Sci-Fi & Scary, and leader of the Kali Krew. She does book and film reviews for both genres the site focuses on. Her tastes run towards creature features, hard science fiction, and lots and lots of action. She also has a soft spot for middle-grade fiction that rears its head frequently.
Though no longer involved with Ladies of Horror Fiction due to other responsibilities and a too-full plate, she was one of the original 4 co-founders.
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