Poor Jayne...after being blown to Oz in a hurricane, she's stuck paying for the damage she made when she crash landed on a munchkin's roof top. Now she works days for the Wizard selling trinkets at a small tourist trap in the Emerald City and nights scamming munchkins with her fake fortune telling skills.
Jayne is no Dorothy--that's for sure. She's cynical and brash and really just wants to get the hell out of Oz. It's not until she meets Nick, a handsome Kansas transplant, who seems to know her game better than she does that the everything changes and together they get swept into a world of manipulative new age witches, munchkin mobsters, and a set of illegally traded gem stones that may just be Jayne's key to getting home.
That's SO Bizarre
The web show that features the stories of ordinary people who experience the weird, the wild, and the wonderful.
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New from author Becky Pourchot comes a story about passion, rage, and the darkness that hides within.
In a Pandora-like tale, Brad, a gruff tattoo artist, and Olivia, a sexually repressed cupcake baker, discover an ancient box in St. Augustine, Florida. When the box is opened a menacing shadow is released, causing the two strangers to descend into madness.
As their lives become entwined, Brad and Olivia find their former selves deteriorating. Peace with their dark side can only be made when they accept who they really are.
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More Books By Becky M. Pourchot
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About the Author
Becky Meyer Pourchot was a writer before she knew she was a writer. She was the
kid who could tell scary stories at a Halloween party, giving everyone goose bumps,
then the next day proudly make her family laugh at the dinner table. In her debut
book, I Look Better In Binary, Becky draws on her childhood experiences as
a Jewish kid growing up in the Midwest to create a collection of short stories that
are, at once, hilarious and touching. Becky credits her family, friends, and one
special teacher for the encouragement she needed to become the writer she is today.
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In the Press
The Daytona Beach NEW-JOURNAL: Flagler writers creating vibrant literary scene
The St. Augustine Record: The Day I Stopped Trying...
The St. Augustine Record: Book review of Open Souls.
Late Night In The Midlands: Listen to Becky as they talk about the supernatural.
Darkness Radio: Listen as Becky tells weird and wacky tales and talks about her new book.
Local Flagler Online Magazine: Interview about her latest book Open Souls.
The Palm Coast Observer: Hungry Ghost Festival celebrates series, readers
Interview: The Library at the END of the Universe
Interview (Audio): Prime Time Paranormal with Mike and George by
The Daytona Beach News-Journal: 'Ghost' writer offers Halloween
Book Review: Reviews That Bite: Food for a Hungry Ghost Review
Inteview (audio): Dr Wright in Business