Friday, October 9, 2015

Dark Humor That Turns Dark And More Fun Facts About Cats

Hi everyone, today we continue the second leg of Salem’s Daughters’ Blog Tour at Susan Swiderski’s I Think, Therefore I Yam. For a full itinerary of my blog tour, Click Here or simply select the self-named TAB at the top. 

Salem’s Daughter’s A dark comedy that turns, well ... dark. 

Did You Know Domestic cats stay home without much to do and rarely use their instincts to hunt, explore, play and interact. As a result, they get a little nutty. 

Fun Fact While bored cats can exhibit destructive and antisocial behaviors, they might also demonstrate less obvious symptoms, including depression, excessive grooming, skin disorders, hypervocalization, house-training accidents, overeating and excessive sleeping. Reference

NOT Maria Gonzalez from Salem's Daughters
That could explain a lot from the thirteen cats at the bed and breakfast Murcat Manor. They’ve had four hundred years of down time working against them. 

No Bueno. 

Who Am I My name is Stephen Tremp and I write speculative fiction. My fourth novel, Salem’s Daughters, is supernatural thriller. 

Short Blurb A four hundred year old evil is unleashed when souls of the daughters of those killed during the Salem Witch Trials find a new generation of people to murder at a popular modern-day bed and breakfast. 

For a full synopsis and to download a copy of Salem’s Daughters for $2.99 Click Here

And as always, thanks for your support. Now off to Susan’s you go if you’ve not already been there.