William Tate Launch

Celebrate the release of William Tate's debut on Tuesday, 9/29 at 6PM on Zoom!

Pre-order the book below for free admittance to the event!

Just in time for Fall, we are super excited to offer William Tate's haunting debut novel! Celebrate the 9/29 release with fellow fans during this virtual launch party!

“… an eloquence you will remember long after the story’s graves are closed and its hearts have healed.” —David L. Robbins, New York Times bestselling author of The Low Bird

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About the Book:

In the wake of her mother’s suicide, Ingrid is desperate for a path back to a normal life: family, friends, high school, and some hope that she isn’t fated to the same mental illness that plagued her mother. Instead, she finds herself moving to a strange town where quaint charm shrouds a mysterious past. When a disembodied voice comes to Ingrid, she struggles to understand whether it is a ghost or a symptom of the same illness that tormented her mother. With the help of an amateur ghost hunter and a popular, troubled scion Ingrid delves deep into the past, awakening a darkness at the heart of the town and its most powerful family.

About the Author:

Bill is a native Virginian who longs to be somewhere else and home at the same time. He's lived in four states and attended six schools before college. Along the way he's had a lot of jobs, earning more wisdom than money from mowing lawns, delivering newspapers, stocking hardware, busing tables, and serving as a corporate lawyer. He wishes he'd planted more last year and the year before and the year before that, and that he hadn't skipped those tennis lessons as a kid. He lives in Richmond with the kindest, most patient woman in the world, raising children who grow more fascinating and complex by the day. For more information visit www.williamstate.com.

Event date: 

Tuesday, September 29, 2020 - 6:00pm

Event address: 

Online on Zoom!
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