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Cover Reveal for “The Spirit”- the 1st book in The Tribe Novels by Harper L. Jameson


Before the white man settled the Appalachians, he stood over
the people of the Tribe, providing all they needed to flourish in the shadow of
the mountains.
The many tribes have given him many different names. Wakan
Tanko. Maheo. To the people that first hunted the corner of Appalachia known to
later generations as Wright’s Holler, he was Weshemoneto, the Great Spirit.
To Anna Madeline Wright, he would simply be Wes.
Born in the holler that bore her name, “Annie” Wright came
from people that had learned to live on the land, people who believed in the
magic saturating the woods around them. People who knew how to survive.
Circumstance of birth gave her power. Her skills gave her
respect. Her magic gave them hope. In a town not yet influenced by the progress
of the industrial revolution, Annie was a pauwau.
A witch.
But, the winter of 1836 hit the town of McAllen hard and
with her people in danger of annihilation, Annie called on the spirits for the
power to save them. Her desperation called Weshemoneto himself and when they
collided, she had to make a choice: Lose her town or lose her heart.
What happened next would become the stuff of legend for
centuries to come.Pre-Order Now! Releases 6.15.16

About the Author:
Harper L. Jameson was born in south eastern Ohio and raised on
the stories of the family seat in the holler- a tiny hamlet nestled in the
shadow of the Appalachians. Her imagination ran wild, fueled on tales of
folklore and superstitions… Indian burial sites and haunted woods where magic
still runs free. With her debut novel “The Spirit” coming in June 2016, she’s putting
a new spin to the paranormal romance genre by bringing the old legends back out
of our forgotten past. She currently lives in North Carolina with her husband
and children but she never really left the holler. No one ever does.
Be sure to keep up with Harper’s world by clicking the links below.
And welcome to Wright’s Holler.



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