On her wedding night, Rose Martin, the young bride of a 19th century lighthouse keeper is awakened by a phantom fragrance, compelling her to leave her sleeping husband's side and climb the 102 steps of the light tower. What she encounters there startles her, but is just the beginning of the unnerving experiences that guide her through the unlocking of a secret that haunts t only the lighthouse, but many of the nearby villagers, as well. In SEA SNOW, we open Rose's journal and read the words of a southern woman transported by love and distance to a rocky island lighthouse, one mile off the Massachusetts coast. There, we discover the details of daily life at the turn of the 20th century: the challenges, the joys, and, in Rose's case, the love and supernatural forces that part the veil between the living and the dead. Visit SEA SNOW's website at http: //seaswhauntedlighthouse.com/
Kathryn Louise Wood was born in Washington, North Carolina and has spent most of her life on the southeast coast of Virginia. She has a BS in Education from Old Dominion University, is an award-winning photographer, a nationally board-certified massage therapist, professional writer, life-long learner, devotee of both the natural and supernatural worlds, and unabashed romantic. After a 6-month trip in 2011, camping across America from Virginia to Alaska and back again, with her Cockerspoodle, Betsy, and her kindred spirit, William Francis Ahearn, author of the blog: RemarkableJourneys.net, she and William have married and settled in the beautiful small town of Edenton, North Carolina.