Wendy Marshall never considered becoming an actor.
That was, until she happened upon an ad for a local theatre company that she had never known existed. Now, six months later, she’s discovered a new passion, new friends, new family, and even new love.
But there’s still more that she wants.
After finally landing the lead role in The Quaint Little Theatre’s newest play, she’s determined to show the rest of the troupe that she can handle the pressure
and pull off a great performance.
But when strange things start happening at the theatre, her focus is torn. Have they somehow awakened a vengeful spirit? Is a mysterious illness making its way through the troupe? Has her dream role
turned into a nightmare?
It’s said that all theatres have ghosts, but what if there’s something much more sinister lurking within the basement of The Quaint Little Theatre? Download this amazing novel, now!
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A native Newfoundlander, House is a graduate of the Fine Arts program at Sir Wilfred Grenfell College (MUN). She currently resides in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where she works in arts administration and spends more time than a person should in and around theaters.
House is an avid traveler and foodie, and uses her adventures for her inspiration when she writes.
In addition to her first novel The Six Elemental, House is a prolific short story writer, with stories appearing in Bluenose Paradox, Unexpected Stories, Fantasy from the Rock, Chillers from the Rock, Sci-Fi from the Rock and Gathering Storm Magazine.