Author Jamie White
Do you love weird, paranormal stories?
GREAT, because I’ve got plenty of them to tell.
I can help you journey into the unknown and discover the hidden, yet awesome world out there that most people either don’t see, or don’t want to see.
I’ve been exploring that world unofficially since the first Poltergeist movie, and I haven’t lost that love for the paranormal since— that’s why I write about it.
That’s right, I’m a paranormal fiction writer.
But what sets me apart from other paranormal fiction writers out there is… I actively explore the fascinating hidden world around us through meditation and other practices, like Reiki and chanting. I also work with crystals. These things are part of my world, both real and fictional, and I love sharing them.
I hope that, much like I felt after reading Christopher Pike’s work, you’ll feel inspired to explore the weird side of life by getting lost in one of my novels.
Who am I? My name’s Jamie White. Aside from being obsessed with all things paranormal and writing about that in my fiction novels I’m also a journalism geek.
Before following my ultimate obsession into fiction writing I was an editor of multiple college publications, and interned at a major newspaper. You could say words have accompanied me for a long time.
During leisure times, I would role play Buffy the Vampire Slayer and write song spoofs based on that and other things. The fiction bug was biting, but it really got me when I went to my first writing club meeting on a whim (the lesson? Listen to that inner voice).
I had some much fun writing that first story, I kept going. And within a year, I had the insane idea to try and write a whole novel in a month. Yes, I was questioning my sanity.
Luckily, the muse was with me and her story, “The Life and Times of No One in Particular,” was born. Since then, I have been published by Pagan Writers Press, had a short featured in an anthology, won a library essay contest, and have several more projects coming, including the re-release of the Stains books and my new Lightworker series.
On the weird side, I go to crystal classes, chanting classes, give tarot readings, and became a level II Reiki practitioner in February 2015. I'm taking a wild journey, and I'd love for you to join me. Fiction and the unknown? Works for me.
It’s her last summer before going away to college and Fiona finds herself facing more than she bargained for: A boyfriend she doesn’t want who has a strange hold over her, a friend pushing her to expand her boundaries, and a new guy named Ted whose presence is more than a distraction. If that isn’t enough, Fiona is being haunted with horrifying nightmares of burning at the stake—nightmares that are so real, she feels as though she’s losing her mid. Are they only dreams, or are they trying to warn her about this new guy she can’t help but want?
Fiona and Ted are enjoying their new lives in college when the nightmares that haunted her a year ago return, showing her even more past horrors— scenes that leave her shaken and wondering if she’s destined for anything more than pain. Fiona tries to brush them off, but it soon becomes clear that someone she trusts knows about the lives she's tried so hard to forget.
Someone who wants her dead.
Despite being told that everything is fine, Ted isn’t so sure. As he prepares to leave for a school break, he can’t shake the feeling he might not see her again. A call from Fiona confirms that fear and he rushes back, determined not to lose her this time.
When Fiona survived a college friend's attack, she thought she'd finally freed herself of her tangled past.
Unfortunately for Fiona, things aren't that simple. After coming to realize the young daughter she'd been wary of keeping is someone from her past, she's forced to deal with nightmares again... and the danger that could be lurking in her own home.
Will Fiona be able to untangle centuries of betrayal, anger, and death or will she fall victim to her past once more?