D J Weaver is my Woman In Horror today! D J and I met on Facebook when she posted a beautiful picture of a haunted lighthouse after dark. We discussed it back and forth at length. I posted it on my page and many of my friends loved it as well. Well, the way my mind goes, I had to find out more about this fascinating lady, and I did. Turns out she writes some fascinating horror: the real life kind. Many folks would say this is suspense, and it is. However, think how Dean Koontz penned Velocity and what he wrote about. D J's co-written tales with CK Webb, Cruelty To Innocents and Collecting Innocents, are the same action-pounding stories and written every bit as well. I have your interest now, don't I?
A book description and review for Collecting Innocents:
DJ Weaver originally hails from Pascagoula Mississippi, but relocated to north Mississippi in 1980. She took courses at Mississippi University for Woman and Mississippi State University, studying paralegalism and Human Resources Management and has worked in the clerical field for twenty-five years.
DJ, along with her daughter and best friend, CK Webb, recently completed the first two in the three-novel Innocents series. She also writes in a variety of other genres.
When she isn't writing, DJ develops and maintains WebbWeaver Review blog, where she reviews books and interviews published authors regularly. She serves as co-chairwoman of WebbWeaver Book Club and also writes book reviews for Suspense Magazine.
DJ is a 50-something year old mother and grandmother who now works part-time and makes her home in Millport Alabama.
Please see my sites:
The Innocents Series http://theinnocents.weebly.com
WebbWeaver Reviews http://bit.ly/HWQKW
D J Weaver is a Woman In Horror!
Suspense Magazine May 2011 by Daniel Palmer, Michael Palmer, DP Lyle and Jacqueline Lepore (May 1, 2011)
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