New Xulon Paranormal Fiction Delves Deeply Into The Supernatural

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Holmes mixes her imagination with swamp tales to pen a sophisticated story of love

Creole Moon The Betrayal

I want the readers to be transported from their own life and become absorbed in the life of the characters in the story

Within the pages of S.T. Holmes’s new book, Creole Moon The Betrayal, ($15.49, paperback, 9781498450690; $0.00) readers will enjoy a paranormal fantasy of love and betrayal – where the hero survives in the harsh Louisiana swamp. Sgt. George Francis Genois, an officer in the Confederate army, returns to his hometown to celebrate the wedding of his twin brother Gerald. Mystical events throw him in the path of Jewella Du Viller, a fiery rebellious young woman. George whisks her away from perceived danger. He later discovers she is the sister of a childhood friend and falls madly in love with her. He proposes marriage. Before the wedding can take place, she is arrested for treason. George is forced to abandon his military aspirations to save the woman he loves. The question is … will George be able to save Jewella?

“This is a work of fiction that deals with the darker side of life,” states the author. “It is very much in tune with the current feelings of love, lost, helplessness and destruction. I want the readers to be transported from their own life and become absorbed in the life of the characters in the story.”

S.T. Holmes was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and began creative writing in high school. While growing up, she heard wild stories about people getting lost in the swamp – never to be heard from again. Using her vivid imagination, she took some of the highlights from those outrageous tales and decided to spin them into the more sophisticated story featured in this book. Holmes has a master’s in Business Management from St. Edward’s University of Austin, Texas, a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Biology from universities in North Carolina. She is currently working as a chief financial officer in Texas but finds time to indulge in her passion for writing. Writing provides a creative outlet and stress relief for her.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Communications, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 12,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Creole Moon The Betrayal through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through,, and

Media Contact: S.T. Holmes
Email: suetropez(at)yahoo(dot)com

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