Seven from Haven

by Daniel Grotta

“You know that feeling you get after watching ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’?
When I finished reading this I had to wipe a tear away, and sighed, ‘That was wonderful.’”

~ Wendy Delmater, Abyss & Apex Magazine
"Seven from Haven" by Daniel Grotta

Seven gentle tales of the paranormal with O'Henry-like sensibility, charm and humor

Buy a paperback of Seven From Haven for only $9.95 (usually $12.95)

Seven From Haven is also available in paperback and ebook (all formats) from all bookstores, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Apple iBookstore.or an independent bookstore near you.

Set in a small Pennsylvania mountain village, where strange and wondrous things happen, Seven from Haven are quirky, fantastical short stories which prove what they say about this town: “Haven takes care of its own.”

"The stories are magical. Grotta teases us with very precise detail and almost journalistic scene setting, then when we're not quite looking carries us gently into a world of soft boundaries, unexplained visitations, and of deep, deep hope and simple courage. These stories speak from and directly to the heart.”  - David Zarko

"Cuddle up with a book of friendly ghost stories that will make you think and even smile." ~ Ginny Privitar, The Courier

"This book is outstanding!!! Seven gentle, intriguing, always interesting brushes with the paranormal... Love it!!!" ~ Nancy Nasielski Foster

Read a Free Excerpt from Seven From Haven: Mr. Eastman's Empathy, a short story about a man who vows to fight Death itself, using the one weapon at his disposal: his empathy.

188 pages
Paperback $12.95 (ISBN: 978-0-9883871-0-2)
eBook $2.99 (ISBN: 978-0-9883871-8-8)
Category: Fiction, Paranomal

About Daniel Grotta

Daniel Grotta has worn just about every hat in publishing, including investigative journalist, war correspondent, syndicated columnist, editor and so forth. His thousands of articles, reviews and columns have appeared in major magazines, newspapers and online journals. He has also authored several books, including J.R.R. Tolkien: Architect of Middle Earth, the renowned first biography of the creator of The Lord of the Rings. Among his many accolades and awards is one that stands apart from the rest: His writings were, at one point, the most requested to be recorded as audio files by Reading for the Blind in Philadelphia, because of the visual clarity and beauty of his prose. A member of the National Book Critics Circle, Overseas Press Club, Science Fiction Writers of America, The Authors Guild and American Society of Journalists & Authors, Daniel Grotta has been a frequent speaker at conferences and other events on writing, literary criticism and the publishing industry.

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