We had a fabulous weekend in London. The weather was warm, but not too hot. We spent many hours in Kensington Gardens with our buddy Miles. I think it’s fair to say out of the three of us, Miles enjoyed the park the most.
Today Chrys Fey is here to chat about fog and to promote her latest story Witch of Death. Now I haven’t read this story, but I’ve read and enjoyed her novel Hurricane Crimes. And this past weekend while picnicking with Miles I started her story 30 Seconds. I can’t wait to see what happens!
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Now, here’s Chrys Fey:
Thank you, TB, for letting me borrow your blog to talk about my newest release, Witch of Death. Before we get to that, I’m going to discuss fog…
Fog is eerie. It obscures your vision and hides things from sight such as trees, cars, houses…monsters. Okay, well maybe monsters aren’t in the fog that descends over land in real life, but they are in Stephen King’s world. In the movie The Mist, fog envelopes a small town and civilians take shelter in a grocery store when strange things start to happen. Creatures live in this mist that kills anyone who goes outside. Scary stuff!
And in the move The Fog with Tom Welling (Clark Kent from Smallville), a fog rolls over a small town near the water and spirits lurk in that fog. These spirits kill people in horrifying ways.
In Witch of Death, a fog swoops down…oh wait, why explain it when I can have you read it instead?
Excerpt from Witch of Death:
At the end of the street, a tidal wave of white fog billowed over the black pavement, cut around trees, and crashed into houses. It devoured the whole neighborhood with its misty mouth.
Inside the deflated cloud, a woman manifested. She floated a foot off the ground and marched on the air with determination. Wisps of cold vapor swirled around her as she sliced through the rolling fog and went up the driveway of one of the houses.
Have you seen the movie or read the book The Mist? What did you think of the ending? I felt so bad for the guy.