Thursday, October 3, 2019

BIGFOOT - A LEGEND FOR TODAY

A YA / NA SUPERNATURAL ROMANCE

This story addresses prejudice and bullying while bringing an ancient myth into modern times.

HANNAH MITCHELL

An athletic extrovert, whose's charming and well-loved despite her bluntness.  Best friends with her 'sister', Jenna.
JENNA WARNKE

An introvert bookworm, whose's self-conscious from comparing herself to her almost identical cousin, Hannah.
THE SNOQUALMIE VALLEY SASQUATCH SERIES
BY J.M. NORTHUP

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BOOK ONE
With his seemingly mundane act of taking one step forward, he effectively walked from myth to reality.

A mysterious friend reappears in the lives of cousins Hannah Mitchell and Jenna Warnke. His return causes a haunted past to be revived and a search for answers about ancient myths in the Snoqualmie Valley of Washington State is born. Could modern science hold the key, or does the truth lie in something supernatural?

An unlikely romance is encouraged by hope but threatened by heartbreak. Tragic loss and prejudice loom over the friends, drawing out the darkness of unexpected enemies. Is love strong enough to endure, or will worlds be destroyed?

Come discover what lurks in the shadows but desires the light!

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BOOK TWO

For cousins Jenna and Hannah, life is anything but ordinary. 

When Jenna loses her parents in a tragic accident, their lives in Washington’s Snoqualmie Valley change in unexpected ways. Despite the changes, Jenna still finds love with a mysterious young man she once believed was Hannah’s imaginary friend.

Tall, dark and hairy, Adam brings to light rumors of Bigfoot. Can science explain his appearance? Is he really a supernatural creature, like some people propose? Or, is he just as human as anyone else?

Age-old fears and superstitions revive myths and reveal ancient secrets, but is there any truth to the tales? What’s waiting to be unveiled in the forests of Snoqualmie? 

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