Uncaged welcomes Kacey Mark
Uncaged: Can you tell us more about your book, Prom Night in Purgatory?
It’s a ghost story of a different kind, based on a historical amusement park, long lost to the elements. The Grand Saltair was the Coney Island of the West—but what if it didn’t go to its watery grave so easily? What if it’s still down there, luring new victims into its depths every night?
Uncaged: What are you working on now that you can tell us about?
I’m nearly finished with a paranormal romance set in the Himalayas. Witch doctors can be such fickle creatures…
Uncaged: Past or present, which authors would you love to sit and have lunch with and why?
Gena Showalter for sure. Her world building skills leave me spellbound!
To read more from this interview – see the October issue of Uncaged Book Reviews below.
Kacey Mark was born, raised, and currently resides along the Wasatch Front of northern Utah. She’s been a paranormal story weaver since her early teen years and continues her drive to explore all things spiritual and exciting.
She loves tactile writing, big voices, and surprising plot twists. Winner of the Utah Golden Pen for her Dark Muse series. She is a former member of the Utah chapter RWA. Her work is published through The Wild Rose Press.
Prom Night in Purgatory
As a conduit to the afterlife, Baila Grey holds the record for most risks taken in a lifetime. And with her inability to land a single live boyfriend, she’s ready to shoot that record sky high. Conjuring the ghost of Asher Landin, might be the best option for a finale.
Asher lives for his job—not that you could really call it living, he’s dead.
As a Collector, his gateway to the ever-changing world above only swings one way, and the morsels of life he gathers, his defense against insanity. Until he meets Baila and finds a new meaning to sanity. Asher needs to prove his ability to control not only the realm of purgatory, but his increasing urge to chase Baila around like a lunatic.
Asher and Baila can’t deny the feelings they have for each other but can the living and the dead find a happy ever after together?
To read an excerpt from Prom Night in Purgatory, please see the issue below.