Author Joanne Sundell
Hello and welcome to my website!
I’ve “GONE WRITING” again, this time in Frontier Fiction/Supernatural Fantasy. I invite you to visit this site for news of any upcoming releases and/or works in progress. I also invite you to check out my blog and giveaways.
Upcoming release: A SLIP ON GOLDEN STAIRS, Frontier Fiction/Supernatural Fantasy from Five Star Publishing
WIP: THE GIRL IN THE SECOND-STORY WINDOW, Frontier Fiction/Supernatural Fantasy
*For anyone interested in purchasing hardcover titles from me personally, I’d be happy to send you a signed copy (depending on availability), at my expense.
Full “Watch Eyes Trilogy” – Buy All Three!
Haunted facts make for good fiction! Think Tombstone, AZ. Think Wyatt Earp. Think, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. Historical fact attests to Wyatt Earp's presence in Tombstone. Historical fact attests to the occurrence of the famous gunfight, at 3:00 in the afternoon....read more
"Goodbye God. We are going to Bodie." Why would Grant H. Smith write these words supposedly uttered by a young girl moving to Bodie, California, in the late 1800's, in his submission to the California Historical Society Quarterly IV:1, 1925? The simple answer: Bodie...read more
According to Colorado Ghost Tours, a book by Ann Westerberg, "In 1896, the Rocky Mountain News declared that it was printing no more ghost stories, as they had become too numerous." It's no wonder the famed newspaper came out with such a declaration since every mining...read more
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On Arctic Will:
"Third in her Watch Eyes trilogy, Arctic Will concludes Sundell’s metaphysical saga of a sled dog family and their Siberian native owners in early 20th-century Alaska. A husky trainer herself, the author’s devoted connection to the magnificent breed permeates her work.
...Sundell’s passion for her subject carries the book. If you like Jack London, you will like Joanne Sundell."
On Arctic Storm:
"Sundell's novel evokes the atmosphere of the early 20th century frontier, reminiscent at times of Jack London's work. Blending historical and fantasy fiction is no easy feat, but Sundell captures her reader's interest with appropriate period details and a new take on common fantasy tropes. This is a refreshing story that neatly fits within the genre while also exploring new ground."