Whispers in the Dark Blog Tour Wrap-Up

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Wow! What an awesome and exciting tour this has been! Did you miss a fun interview or guest post with Pam Jernigan or book reviews of Whispers in the Dark?

No worries! Below is a short recap of the lively interviews and other fun features (with links).

First up, a book review from author Sheri Yutzy and her comments on this “thought-provoking” read. “Whispers in the Dark-Book Review

Whispers in the Dark was a thought-provoking picture of what happens to a society that ceases to feel. We are the ones who can see the truth of our nature, by looking through God’s eyes.

What inspires Pam to write? Author Lauren Craft shares her answer in this interesting interview! Hint: Her characters might play a role. 😉 “Author Interview with Pam Jernigan, Whispers in the Dark

Curious about the monsters, misfits, and mushy stuff in Whispers in the Dark? Author Janeen Ippolito has you covered in this fun guest post! “Guest Post: Pam Jernigan on Monsters, Misfits, and Mushy Stuff

What scares Pam, but yet also intrigues her? Who did her stunning cover? Stop by author Michele Israel Harper’s blog to find out! “Whispers in the Dark Blog Tour: Author Interview

Lastly, the winners of the giveaway Pam graciously offered are: Grace Mullins,  Jebraun Clifford, and Britta Neal! Congrats ladies!

Many thanks to the bloggers who participated in this tour and Pam for giving readers an inside scoop about Whispers in the Dark.

Want to know more about the book or where you can purchase it? Scroll down to read more!

About the Book

Whispers in the Dark Pam Jernigan.jpgShe’s a preschool teacher.  He’s kind of a zombie.  It would never work.

Karen teaches post-apocalypse preschool, safe inside city walls. She never intended to get caught outside.

Leo is technically alive, but perpetually zoned out: Mindless. He can see emotions as colors now, though, so at least there’s that. Like the other Mindless, he feeds on the emotional energy of humans. Then he meets Karen – her unique energy jolts him partly awake, and he’s hooked. He protects her but when she’s rescued, he lands in a cage.

Karen wants to go home, but until then, she also wants to spy on her sketchy host, which brings her into contact with Leo.  He’s recovering, and surprisingly sweet, and he’ll protect her in any way he can.  She returns the favor, but this alliance can’t last; she’s leaving, and he’ll be killed for science.

Leo doesn’t expect her to even talk to him, much less help him. But she does – and that emotion she has when she looks at him?  He doesn’t know what to call it, but it’s not fear.

Karen can go back to her life – if she abandons Leo. She can’t stay with him, she can’t take him home…  but without her, he’s dead.

He saved her.  Can she save him?

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About the Author

Pam Jernigan

Pam Jernigan started writing in elementary school and never quite got over it. Invisible friends are some of her favorite people. She was born a Yankee but realized the error of her ways in her early twenties and moved to North Carolina, where she now lives with one husband, two almost-grown children, and two almost-grown kittens.  The cats may move out before the children do; time will tell.

She’s always been a sucker for variations of Beauty & the Beast and is partial to romance stories that feature a hero who falls for the heroine on sight and has to hustle to get her attention and prove himself worthy. Snappy dialog is always a plus. She’s a firm believer that people have enough angst and drama in their real lives, so she writes to entertain and let readers escape to fun worlds which are not entirely constrained by reality.

Pam has written and shared weird stories for thirty years, and in 2017 she finally got up the courage to self-publish. Whispers in the Dark is not the first novel she’s written, but it was the first to get up to publishable quality. Self-publishing has been an adventure. She looks forward to doing it again, as soon as those other novels are whipped into shape.

She religiously avoids talking politics in public (which is to say, she tries to avoid it but sometimes fails) but will cheerfully confess to being a Christian. She loves to sing anything from Handel’s Messiah to modern country to Christian rock.

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