Now Available: The Remembering Tree by HR Mason
Author HR Mason
From award-winning writer HR Mason comes a gripping suspense of hope, resilience, and hardship.
— The Remembering Tree by HR Mason
QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA , October 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Ridgefield, Washington-based writer HR Mason and her newest novel “The Remembering Tree” releases at present with Tangled Tree Publishing, “the darker, twisted facet of Hot Tree Publishing.
“HR Mason offers a stunning supernatural suspense, complete with twists, turns, and so much second-guessing readers will be held captive,” said Tangled Tree CEO and Managing Editor, Becky Johnson. “Not solely is this a gripping, shifting novel, however ‘The Remembering Tree’ is a narrative that can stick with readers for a very long time.”
Still trying to pick up the pieces after the sudden death of her husband, protagonist Gemma Clayborn takes her fifteen-year-old daughter, Opal, and heads for Beacon Shores, a tiny coastal town in the state of Washington. Her plan is to restore Moonstone House, the ancestral estate left to her by her grandmother.
When Gemma arrives in Beacon Shores, Moonstone House immediately captures her heart. There she remembers spending summers there as a child, back before her mother decided they could never go there again. Readers will meet Eric Johnson, the contractor restoring the home, who piques Gemma’s interest. She feels a strange connection to him, almost as if they already know one another.
What intrigues Gemma the most, however, is the strange and beautiful redbud tree in the front yard. The tree seems to know things, whispering to her, urging her to uncover the secrets of the past. The discovery of an old journal leads Gemma–and readers–down the rabbit hole, into the pages of her great-great-grandmother’s life, one that eerily parallels her own. She begins to unravel the story of the women in her family, a history she could have never imagined.
Readers are left asking: Will Gemma figure out the secrets of Moonstone House before it’s too late? Or are some things better left buried in the pages of the journal?
“Standing to her feet, the mother held her hands above the spot where she had buried both the box and the seeds. She began to sing. The little girl had heard her mother’s strange songs many times, and she knew most of them by heart. This one, however, was new. She listened closely as the unfamiliar words fell from her mother’s lips. All at once, the mother focused her gaze on the burial spot. Both of her daughters did the same. The younger one caught her breath as a small, green sprout began to emerge from the dirt. The sprout continued to grow, and within seconds, the trunk of a tree began to form.” – from “The Remembering Tree”
” ‘The Remembering Tree’ can have you on the sting of your seat questioning what’s going to occur subsequent,” said award-winning author HR Mason. “It speaks to the hope and resilience in every of us, and the flexibility to face up to hardships. It reveals us the significance of household—those we all know, in addition to those who got here earlier than us.”
About the author: Best-selling author HR Mason is an Ohio girl transplanted into the Pacific Northwest. She is a homeschooling mom of three daughters, wife of one mailman, and a people-watching introvert who can be found hiding in the nearest corner. Learn more at heidireneemason.com. Read excerpts of “Daughters of the Sea” at heidireneemason.com.
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