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The ink we bleed. Aspects of Writing with Tracey A Wood.

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TRACEY I love anything and everything around the Paranormal. It started when I was a child, when my mum’s, mum (my nana) past away. My mum was suffering with depression and started to dabble with a wiji board and tarot cards. Boy was it a mistake. I started to see things in my bedroom. I don’t know if it was a child’s imagination but I really did see thing lift and move, on there own. On a number of occasions, I saw a dark shape of a man standing watching me at the end of my bed and I was literally frozen with fear. Looking back I can still see the dark shape and it is something that will stay with me forever. So I would probably say that the reason is because of my mothers interest and my own experience, with the paranormal.

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Tracey A Wood is a new exciting author of Paranormal suspense, Romance and Urban Fantasy novels with a captivating twist

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