Tour Schedule: Once Upon a Lane by Duncan Wilson

Storytellers On Tour Presents: Once Upon a Lane by Duncan Wilson

Storytellers On Tour is excited to present the Once Upon a Lane Book Tour, which will take place from March 10th through March 16th. We have a lovely lineup of Bloggers and Bookstagrammers helping us featuring Duncan Wilson’s standalone slice-of-life Paranormal Horror novel, Once Upon a Lane. Be sure to check in all throughout the week for incredible content.

Tour Schedule

MARCH 10TH – THE WELCOMING

Whispers & Wonder (IG: @whispersandwonder)

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MARCH 11TH

Jessica Belmont
Beneath a Thousand Skies

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MARCH 12TH

Dream Come Review

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MARCH 13TH
Out of This World SFF Reviews
@ceej_writes

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MARCH 14TH

booksnbites
@alazyeggreviews

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MARCH 15TH

Jess Likes to Read (IG: @jesslikestoread253)
Her Scribbled Thoughts (IG: @hersribbledreviews)

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MARCH 16TH – THE ENCORE

Queen’s Book Asylum

Once Upon a Lane by Duncan Wilson

“There once was a lane, filled with well-tended lawns and well-fostered friendships, of well-appointed houses all neat and tidy and those that live within, of stories and mysteries that manifest for only fleeting moments for the few who pay attention. This is one such tale. A tale about pleasant people, about the lives they live, about their wants and dreams, about their loves and losses, their joys and hates, about their days and nights in the company of cherished companions in the houses they call home. In this tale of the happy little lives of blissful simple folk, there are monsters, to be sure. But this is not the story of monsters, this is not the tale of their evil deeds, this is the tale of those they make suffer. In this tale, the monsters have no names. The monsters do not deserve names.”

A character driven slice-of-life story that follows the humble lives of the residents of a suburban neighborhood as they live and love, and about the house with the dead yard, a vacant lot, that sits among their homes, inert and immobile, yet intimidating and terrifying to any who look at it too long. The children of the lane are not the only ones who are fearful of the anomaly in their midst. Every adult upon the lane wonders why the structure still stands, with no known owner and no reason to be. The lingering question is not who owns the house, but why no one ever goes in or comes out, and why there are such ghastly noises emanating from within. Day by day, the happy people of the lane go about their tasks and trials, and day by day, the house with the dead yard seems a little more ominous, a little more intrusive, and a little less ignorable than before.

Once Upon a Time by Duncan Wilson

SERIES: Standalone

GENRE: Horror, Slice-of-life, Paranormal, Suburban Gothic

PAGE COUNT: 166

AGE GROUP: Adult

RELEASE: November 23, 2019

Duncan Wilson

Duncan Wilson has been writing since childhood, having fallen in love with the written word at a very early age. Having spent his formative years in various libraries, he can bore his friends on a variety of subjects. Inspired by the natural world and the splendors of the heavens, he writes primarily science fiction and paranormal stories. He has a novel and two novellas published on Amazon and Smashwords, and an additional novella and several short stories published on Patreon.

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