Woman In White/Kristin Dearborn Publicity Page

Welcome to the publicity page for Woman in White (Pub date: March 1, 2016, DarkFuse) by Kristin Dearborn, created and managed by Erin Al-Mehairi and Tim Busbey of Addison’s Compass Public Relations and Hook of Book Media and Publicity. We are so glad you’ve stopped by, but be sure to pop in periodically for news and updates ongoing! The book tour publicity schedule will be updated BELOW each day.

There is always time to jump on a tour so if interested, please e-mail to hookofabook(at)hotmail(dot)com for a review copy or to schedule an interview.

Use the following hashtags in order to follow along:

#WomanInWhite #KristinDearborn

Woman In White tour graphic


February 26

ArmCast Podcast


March 8

Wag the Fox


March 10

Physical Appearance


SF Writer’s Series

If local, go hear Kristin read from her work,

learn all about it at Geek Mountain State.

March 11

Glenn Rolfe, author of Things We Fear


March 14

Glenn Rolfe, author of Things We Fear


March 15

Scarlet’s Web


March 20

The Horror Bookshelf


March 21

The Scary Reviews


March 22

The Scariest Part Feature
Host Author Nicholas Kaufmann
Guest Essay

March 24

Shotgun Logic


March 25

Castle Macabre


March 28

Horror Maiden Reviews


March 29

The Eyes of Madness


March 29

Into the Macabre


March 30 and 31 (host has not posted)

The Gal in the Blue Mask

Review and Interview

April 1

The Scary Reviews

Guest Article

April 4

Mallory Heart Reviews


April 9


Review and Interview

April 10


Top 10 Winter Novels – Guest Article

April 12

Horror Happens Radio

Live on Air

 Synopsis of Woman in White

  • Publication Date: March 1, 2016woman_in_white (1)
  • Publisher: DarkFuse
  • Publication Length: 139 pages

Rocky Rhodes, Maine.

As a fierce snowstorm descends upon the sleepy little town, a Good Samaritan stops to help a catatonic woman sitting in the middle of the icy road, and is never seen or heard from again. When the police find his car, it is splattered in more blood than the human body can hold.

While the storm rages on, the wave of disappearances continue, the victims sharing only one commonality: they are all male. Now it’s up to three young women to figure out who or what is responsible: a forensic chemist, a waitress struggling with an abusive boyfriend, and a gamer coping with the loss of her lover.

Their search will lead them on a journey filled with unspeakable horrors that are all connected to a mysterious Woman in White.

Biography, Kristin Dearborn

IMG_1693 If it screams, squelches, or bleeds, Kristin Dearborn has probably written about it. written books such as Sacrifice Island (DarkFuse), Trinity (DarkFuse), and had fiction published in several magazines and anthologies. Stolen Away was recently a limited edition offered from Thunderstorm Books, which sold out.

She revels in comments like “But you look so normal…how do you come up with that stuff?” A life-long New Englander, she aspires to the footsteps of the local masters, Messrs. King and Lovecraft. When not writing or rotting her brain with cheesy horror flicks (preferably creature features!) she can be found scaling rock cliffs or zipping around Vermont on a motorcycle, or gallivanting around the globe. Kristin’s latest DarkFuse release is Woman in White.

Find more about Kristin online at kristindearborn.com or Facebook.

Praise for Woman in White

“Horror born straight from a nor’easter, Dearborn’s Woman in White is a great read for a winter night—with a monster I’ll never forget.” —Christopher Irvin, author of Federales and Burn Cards

“Kristin Dearborn’s Woman in White is a rip-roaring monster tale with sharp-eyed characterization and something to say about the power dynamics between men and woman. Thought-provoking and entertaining as hell!” —Tim Waggoner, author of Eat the Night

“Great stuff! Suspenseful, quickly paced, unpredictable and wonderfully evil tale. Kristin Dearborn’s best yet!” —Jeff Strand, author of Pressure’

Praise for Kristin Dearborn

“Dearborn has a wonderful sense of the macabre, along with the ability to balance the spookier aspects of her work with well-rendered, solid characterizations…Sacrifice Island is a blazing fast read, with engaging characters and a compelling narrative.” —The Maine Edge 

Sacrifice Island is a fresh and interesting take on a tried and true horror setup.” —Examiner