The Big Giveaway: Completely Free Books!

My books are available for free in Amazon Kindle format until SUN 19th AUG.

Head over to Amazon and grab one. Or both!

THE CURTAIN TWITCHER’S HANDBOOK…

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A HAUNTED HOUSE, A SPOOKY WOOD, A DEADLY CURSE, AND THE BOY NEXT DOOR
When Daisy’s crotchety old neighbour, Mr Braithwaite, dies and a new family move in, she finds it hard to stay away from her window, intrigued by what is happening in the house next door. Why is the new boy acting so strangely when he is in his room? Why is he trying to avoid being at home? And what does all this have to do with the ill-fated gypsy encampment in the woods, and the strange disappearance of Mrs Braithwaite decades earlier?
Within a week Daisy’s life is turned upside-down by the boy next door, who has come to the sinister conclusion that the house is trying to kill him…
The thing is, HE’S RIGHT…

THE BLACKWOOD CRUSADE

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WHAT IF THE MEDIEVAL FOLKLORE OF OLD WAS BASED IN TRUTH? AND WHAT IF JUST ONE GIRL WAS CHARGED WITH THE TASK OF DESTROYING IT?

Adventure, swordfights, love, loss, faeries, battles… and magic. All in one book.
A fairytale suitable for ages 10 – 100.

Christina opens the wooden chest of her dead stepmother to discover she has been saddled with the ongoing task of the ancient Ostergaard family: To rid the entire world of faeries.

The only problem is, as far as she knows, faeries do not exist.

Meanwhile, less than a mile away in the village of Blackwood, three friends are discovering just how very much faeries do exist. And just how dangerous they really are.

Christina is thrown into a violent, supernatural world of faerie killing, but it is only with the help of the three friends that she can hope to come out of the battle alive.

This story is a collaboration with Dr. Melchior Williams, who discovered a treasure trove of intriguing manuscripts from medieval Blackwood hidden away in the depths of the British Museum – documents which seem to suggest the existence and destruction of the mythological creatures so ingrained in the medieval world. He provided the facts and I provided the fiction. We both hope you enjoy the result!


’11:42 p.m.’ COMING SOON

My third book – a Time Travel Romance – is due for release in December this year. Follow my blog and I’ll keep you updated 🙂

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11:42 p.m. The Editor’s Review and the Ending

In which my new book, a time-travel romance, is off to a cracking start with a note from my lovely editor, Malcolm:

“It has been a delight. You took me on a captivating and mysterious journey woven with hope, despair, betrayal and enduring love. Clever thing.”

Now to work my way through the edits and add the epilogue I haven’t quite got round to yet. Happy ending or sad ending? It all hangs on the last couple of paragraphs… I guess I’ll have to write them to find out!

If all goes well, 11:42 p.m. will be available on Amazon as a paperback and eBook in December. If you’re interested, please follow my blog to stay updated.

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11:42 p.m. by Jo Danilo – A YA Paranormal Romance due for release on Amazon in December 2018

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11:42 Blurb – including a review by best-selling author, Paddy Richardson

The Story Behind 11:42

11:42 – One Boy, One Girl, One Road, One Long Night, One Long Nightmare

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Here’s the prologue from my new book, a scary YA Paranormal Romance – Groundhog Day… but on a dark street… with a murderer.

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She sits beside me on the sofa, close but not quite touching. Her hand rests, clenched, on her knee, inches from my own. I daren’t reach for it because I know she’ll flinch. The lights from the TV illuminate her face and flash like fireworks in the darkness of her eyes, reminding me of another place, different lights. I lean back so I can watch her without her knowing.

We’ve only been officially seeing each other for a few weeks and I’m trying my best to act cool about it. It’s incredibly difficult. She sets off explosive charges inside me with just one look. My heart is constantly stuck in my throat. Every rare smile I win from her is a small victory. Continue reading