FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Mountain Gap Books
107 East Courthouse Square #220
Jonesborough, TN 37659
Northeast Tennessee Author Releasing Second Title in Series with Regional Focus
Keeping House: An Appalachian Paranormal Fantasy set for 7/8/19 Release
Jonesborough, TN, 7/2/2019 – Mountain Gap Books, Jonesborough, Tennessee, is proud to announce the upcoming release of their fifth title, Keeping House: An Appalachian Paranormal, by award-winning, nine-time novelist Jeanne G’Fellers.
Keeping House continues where the first novel in the series, Cleaning House, left off, and it’s everything locals know best about Northeast Tennessee. Familiar shops like Atlantis, restaurants like Pal’s Sudden Service and the Willow Tree Coffee House, and locations like Jonesborough, Johnson City, and Embreeville appear alongside Appalachian traditions and fantastic elements like haints, fey, and mountain spirits.
Keeping House is currently available for pre-order on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other online retailers (links below). Jeanne G’Fellers will be appearing at Mr. K’s Con on July 27, 2019, from 12-4 pm. Jeanne will signing books, talking with readers, and will gladly answer any questions about her body of work, especially the Appalachian Elementals series.
SHORT BLURB: Centenary Rhodes is caught in a deal she didn’t make. Thanks to her eternal lover, Stowne’s, quick thinking, she’ll live forever, but three months out of the year she’ll live on the other side of Embreeville Mountain among the Hunter Fey, serving their king, Dane Gow.
It’s going to be a cold, dark spring, and Cent must unite both sides of Embreeville mountain before her eternal life comes undone.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Born and raised in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Science Fiction and Fantasy author Jeanne G’Fellers’ early memories include watching the original Star Trek series with their father and reading the books their librarian mother brought home. Jeanne’s writing influences include Anne McCaffrey, Ursula K. LeGuin, Octavia Butler, Isaac Asimov, and Frank Herbert. Jeanne lives in Northeast Tennessee with their spouse and five crazy felines. Their home is tucked against a small woodland where they regularly see deer, turkeys, raccoons, and experience the magic of the natural world.