CREEPY HOLLOW FAQ

How many books will there be in the Creepy Hollow series?

There will be nine books. Here is the overall structure:
Books 1, 2, 3 – Violet’s Story
Books 4, 5, 6 – Calla’s Story
Books 7, 8, 9 – Unnamed Character’s Story

What is the suggested reading order for all the novels, novellas and bonus scenes?

The novels should obviously be read in the order in which they’re numbered. (If you are going to read them out of order, at least read each trilogy in order.) It doesn’t really matter when you read the novellas (Scarlett and Raven) as they don’t have anything to do with the main storyline. However, I’ve slotted them in below where I think they might be most enjoyed.

An A to Z of Creepy Hollow Fae
The Faerie Guardian (Creepy Hollow 1)
Scarlett
Raven
The Faerie Prince (Creepy Hollow 2)
The Faerie War (Creepy Hollow 3)
Bonus Scenes: The Proposal
A Faerie’s Secret (Creepy Hollow 4)
Bonus Scenes: The Artist
A Faerie’s Revenge (Creepy Hollow 5)
A Faerie’s Curse (Creepy Hollow 6)
Bonus Scenes: Gemma & Perry

Some pronunciations …

Oryn: OH-rin. Most people call him Ryn (rhymes with tin)
urisk: OO-risk (first syllable rhymes more with “look” than with “you”)
Uri: OO-ree (as above)
gargan: GAR-gin (and by gin I mean gin, not jin!)
citrullamyn: si-TROO-la-min
nascryl: NAS-cril
Tharros Mizreth: THA-ros MIZ-rith (“tha” as in “thank”)
Reptiscilla: rep-ta-SIL-a
Reptiscillan: rep-ta-SIL-in
Jamon: Ja-MON
tokehari: toe-ka-HAR-ee
Farah: FA-ra (first syllable rhymes with the “a” in arrow.)
Tryce: Triss
Amon: AY-mon
Anise: a-NEES (like the spice)
Kaleidos – Ka-LIE-dos (like the first part of the word “kaleidoscope”)
Lisorna – Li-SOR-na (“li” as in “lid”)
Lumethon – LOO-mi-thon (“mi” as in “mitten”)

Why can’t you put the whole Creepy Hollow series on Wattpad for free?

Writing is my job. It’s how I make a living, buy food, pay rent, keep my car going … If all my books were free, I wouldn’t be able to survive!

Will there be a Creepy Hollow movie?

I wish I could say I had some kind of control over¬†this! Unfortunately, I don’t. If you’re interested in the process of how a book can potentially become a movie, Ally Carter (author of the Gallagher Girls series), wrote a great blog post about it.

Can I have a Filigree?

I’m sorry, but no … I wish I had a Filigree too. If you can find your way into the fae realm, you might be able to get a shapeshifting pet for yourself. Then again, you might never find your way out …