Evelyn Chartres Author
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Clara’s Amazon Giveaway

A glass of wine and a good book. Is there a better way to spend your time? To celebrate the release of the trade paperback version of my latest book, I’ve decided to give away some copies!

From now until 29 Sep 2018, you can enter to win a free copy of the Van Helsing Paradox! Simply click on the link below, confirm you have a United States address and take your chances.

Enter to Win

Those lucky few who win a copy will not be expected to pay for shipping, provide personal information or join any lists. For those who were not selected, remember that you can still get a free copy of the eBook through most retailers here.

Good luck!

The Portrait of a Woman Is Dead… Long Live the Portrait!

“A vision from the past becomes a writer’s deadly obsession.”

The Portrait's Cover

The Portrait is available for free on:
Barnes and Noble
iBooks
Kobo
Scribd
Smashwords

The Portrait of a Woman was released over a year ago through Kindle Direct Publishing.  The novel never did gain much traction, so I decided it was time to breathe some life into it.

Enter The Portrait, featuring a shorter title, a fresh cover and minor changes to the storyline.  I had someone review the novel to touch-up the formatting and grammar here and there.  Overall this release is superior to the original release.

This time I used Smashwords, which also distributes through popular sites like Barnes and NobleiBooks, iBooks, Kobo and Scribd.  Additionally, this book is available at no cost, since I feel that it’s more important to get this story out there!

While you can get it from Amazon, the book is not available for free. Please tell them about a lower price so Kindle users can get the book free of charge from Amazon directly!

The Portrait’s Synopsis

The Portrait is a Gothic horror about Victoria Frost, an author who develops an unhealthy obsession for her character. As events unfold, her obsession begins to turn on her and leads the author to question her sanity. Is this simply her slipping deeper into madness or are there other factors in play?

The Portrait is a mixture of contemporary and historical scenes with the latter revolving around her muse.  In this novel, the author will revisit an iconic scene using both prose and art yielding new pieces to the puzzle with every pass.