SO excited to have the fabulously talented Jaime Jo Wright here today to talk about her new suspense novel The Premonition at Withers Farm & to share some little-known facts about herself. When I think back over the books I’ve read in the last several years, her books are all at the top of my list. If I could give them all 10 stars, I would.
THE PREMONITION AT WITHERS FARM by Jaime Jo Wright
GENRE: Inspirational Dual Timeline Suspense
PUBLISHER: Bethany House
RELEASE DATE: October 11, 2022
“It’s rare when a book carries me so deep inside its world that I forget I’m reading. Buy this book. Now. You’ll absolutely love it.”–JAMES L. RUBART, Christy Hall of Fame author
The voices of the past cannot stay silent forever.
In 1910 Michigan, Perliett Van Hilton is a self-proclaimed rural healer, leaving the local doctor convinced she practices quackery. It doesn’t help that her mother is a spiritualist who regularly offers her services to connect the living with their dearly departed. But when Perliett is targeted by a superstitious killer, she must rely on both the local doctor and an intriguing newcomer for assistance.
In the present day, Molly Wasziak’s life has not gone the way she dreamed. Facing depression after several miscarriages, Molly is adapting to her husband’s purchase of a peculiar old farm. A search for a family tree pulls Molly deep into a century-old murder case and a web of deception, all made more mysterious by the disturbing shadows and sounds inside the farmhouse.
Perliett fights for her life, and Molly seeks renewed purpose for hers as she uncovers the records of the dead. Will their voices be heard, or will time forever silence their truths?
“A tale of intoxicating menace, eerie elegance, and satisfying suspense.”—BOOKLIST starred review of The Souls of Lost Lake
little-known facts about me
by Jaime Jo Wright, author of The Premonition at Withers Farm
Okay, so I think it’s fun to read little known facts about authors I love, so I figured why not share some of my own about me. If you laugh at me, it’s okay. Really, I laugh at me too. It’s how I function in life. (Or don’t function—but that’s another interview.)
Don’t kill the antelope! When I was a child, my parents could not let me watch nature documentaries. It wasn’t that they had any issues with the documentaries, it was simply because I was an emotional wreck by the end of them. Always, ALWAYS, there was a pack of hyenas or a skinny cheetah chasing after the antelope and always, ALWAYS, it ate the baby or the mother, and after that I was done. Trashed. Wrecked. Sobbing.
Never have I ever watched a horror movie until just this year, 2022. I finally watched the original Nightmare on Elm Street, and I found it to be . . . not scary. I will qualify this statement by saying I did see bits and pieces of Scream about years ago, but does that film even count as a horror movie? I think it’s more of a teen thriller, yes? Anyway, next on my list is Silence of the Lambs.
I went jack-rabbit hunting in New Mexico when I was twelve and successfully bested everyone else in the back of the pickup truck as we bumped and jolted across the desert in the middle of the night. It was only after we drove back to the ranch, and I was alone that I allowed the guilt of playing Elmer Fudd and shooting rabbits to consume me.
No, I have never been to a séance, played with tarot cards, or touched a Ouija board, nor have I had my fortune told, summoned a ghost, visited a medium, etc. Just wanted to clarify that I am a Jesus girl at heart, and regardless of the creepy factors, the little-known fact that I don’t dabble in those things for real probably should be a better-known fact than it is! LOL
I am not afraid to get dirty—like in the full sense of the word. I think being covered in mud after ATVing in a field, or slogging through muck, or falling in a pile of manure (done it) are quite a necessary part of being a full-on country girl. Which I am. Which is why I’m always in hoodies, rarely wear makeup, and have the world’s worst messy bun ever.
Jaime Jo Wright is the author of seven novels, including Christy Award winner The House on Foster Hill and Carol Award winner The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond. She’s also the Publishers Weekly and ECPA bestselling author of two novellas. Jaime lives in Wisconsin with her cat named Foo; her husband, Cap’n Hook; and their two mini-adults, Peter Pan and CoCo. Learn more at jaimewrightbooks.com.
Bethany House is offering a print copy of The Premonition at Withers Farm by Jaime Jo Wright to one of my readers! (US only. Void where prohibited by law or logistics.) This giveaway is subject to Reading Is My SuperPower’s giveaway policies which can be found here. Enter via the Rafflecopter form below.
What about you? What makes you want to read The Premonition at Withers Farm by Jaime Jo Wright? What’s a little-known fact about you?
Thank you so much for sharing. God bless you.
Love the cover! Sounds really good!
It sounds like an interesting book. Thank you for sharing.
Captivating and memorable historical which is a real treasure.
Love Jaime Jo Wright and can’t wait to read this new one!
I would like to read The Premonition at Withers Farm by Jaime Jo Wright because it sounds like a fascinating book.
I have read every single book by Jaime and always look forward to new ones coming out! This one is no exception. Her writing just wraps around me and keeps me turning pages (and sometimes peeking through my fingers).
Thank you for the author interview and giveaway Carrie!
I really enjoy reading Jamie’s books. Looking forward to reading this book. Thanks for sharing.
This book sounds like an absolutely fantastic dual timeline.
sounds so good.
This book sound intriguing.
Loved the facts about Jaime and if she wants a recommendation on a horror or thriller to watch – The Raven (the one that came out in 2012 and stars John Cusak as Edgar Allen Poe.)
This is a new author for me, and I’d love to read one of her books.
I want to read this because the plot is intriguing.
Excellent book and author.
It just sounds like a book that will completely pull me in.
I’ve yet to try one of her books, but this one sounds so good!
I have not read any of Jaime Jo Wright’s books, but they are on my TBR list.