TYLER, Texas (PRWEB) August 03, 2020
Regina Pringle, a Texas native who worked in an orthodontic clinic prior to pursuing a full-time career in writing, has published her new book “The Forbidden Tree”: a riveting short story that keeps the pages turning until the stunning conclusion.
Pringle writes, “A secret society of high schoolers is up for a challenge to find the darkest tree of them all: the forbidden tree. The tree that would stand as tall as a skyscraper building and was as wide as a flowing river. This tree would grant you anything you wanted, such as making you the richest person in the world, but it came with a deadly price. Each student would get $100,000 in their group if they found the forbidden tree located in a forbidden place like Camp Clover. Located deep, deep, deep in the woods, it would be like finding a needle in a haystack. As students continued to stand firm on the dare that was made to follow through at the end of their senior year, students who participate in these dares took a secret oath to follow through each dare carried out through the secret society. Perhaps this year would be more challenging and deadly than the previous years of dares made through the secret society.
Camp Clover—which was closed off to the communities around due to the horrific murders that occurred there—made the dare that much more interesting and challenging, not to mention how much money was involved as the kids prepared for this deadly trip ahead. If you were not strong-minded, the tree would suck your soul, making you the deadliest evil person walking the earth. As the seniors prepared for the deadliest trip being ordered, they had no idea that they might not return home to see their loved ones again. Little did they know that this might be their last time eating meals from home. As the time drew nearer, nervousness started to set in.
Now, who’s ready to go camping?”
Published by Page Publishing, Regina Pringle’s engrossing book is an excellent choice for avid mystery/horror readers.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “The Forbidden Tree” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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