The Union RecorderApril 4, 2012
Author of Milledgeville ghost tale visitsFrom staff reports
MILLEDGEVILLE — The Mary Vinson Memorial Library will host a book signing event featuring author T.L. Gray who is promoting her newly published novel “Milledgeville Misfit.”
“Milledgeville Misfit” is about 14-year-old Juniper “Junebug” Summerville who looses her parents and her ability to talk in a car accident. Against her silent protests, she is sent to live in a remote swampland infamous for its ghosts, federal prison and insane asylum. As Junebug struggles with her emotional scars, she begins to heal with help from six other orphans at Dearborn, a once famous Milledgeville Plantation. Just as she begins to enjoy the peace she’s long desired, she finds herself in a fight for her sanity when she stumbles upon a tear in the fabric that separates the possible from the impossible, and she must choose which to believe. The young adult novel deals with grief and healing, and has an ending that leaves the reader with the choice of what to believe.
“Milledgeville Misfit” is Gray’s third published book under Vabella Publishing. Her first published work was in 2009 called “The Blood of Cain,” in which the second edition to the book and sequel, “The Arcainian Series,” will both be released this May. The first book of a young adult series called ‘The Necromancers’ is scheduled to be released in early 2013. “Milledgeville Misfit” will also be featured in the May edition of the “Ghost Voices Magazine,” an international print publication based out of London, England.
The book signing event is slated from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in the downstairs theater area of the public library.
“Milledgeville Misfit” is currently available at Mary Vinson Memorial Library, Barnes & Noble, and on Amazon, Kindle and Nook.
For more information about Gray and reviews of her work, visit www.tlgray.net or join her Facebook page at authortlgray.