CHANNILLO
Saddlebags, TRUNKS, and Tombs: Book 2
By Mia Mitchell

Series Description:

A shadow lurks behind the scenes, confused, but waiting.  Jonathan Cole has not only lived, but published Saddlebags. The excitement of its success is quickly dimmed by the fact that the story is coming back to life, showing new stories in the Picture Window that seem to involve...His grandmother, Cassandra and the old trunk in her sitting room.

As they tackle the assaults of the coming to life of the Picture window and the Trunk, another person is watching as well, a person who has something to lose, and will do whatever it takes to make sure that what is now his remains his, and his alone.

"Trunks" is the second book of the 'Saddlebags, Trunks, and Tombs" trilogy, Though it is a continuation, it is most definitely its own story as it opens up what was hidden in "Saddlebags" and sets the stage for the unexpected reveals in book 3, "Tombs".

Category/Genre(s): Science Fiction, Paranormal
Updated: A Few Times A Week
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Mia Mitchell:

"Writing is my breathing! I write multiple genres and love how my mind took to science fiction! Whether I’m writing or reading, I look forward to the “what’s going to happen next?”

Mia Mitchell

Mia Mitchell is a transplant. Originally born in California, she made her way to Oregon and it became home. Being a nurse educator is her alter ego, that thing she does during the day, but her super power lies in letters and words. With over 15 self published books and close to 100 more waiting for their turn on the computer screen, Ms. Mitchell is a writing force to be reckoned with, and soon everyone will know. With her breakout series, "Saddlebags, Trunks, and Tombs", and the "History of the Promise Bible Handbook", her mind explodes with new ideas in a rapid rate. Don't be fooled if you see her planting tomatoes or picking wild greens for dinner, her mind is always telling a story.

Acknowledgements:

I will continually thank three people: My daughter Mary for being my biggest cheerleader, My sister Manette for being my biggest encourager, and my father, Roger, a man who does not read fiction, but read Saddlebags because I wrote it, and said it should be on Netflix!

But my awe will always belong to the Creator who made me Mi.

Notes:

Solidifying the ghosts, it only gets better.







Series Description:

A shadow lurks behind the scenes, confused, but waiting.  Jonathan Cole has not only lived, but published Saddlebags. The excitement of its success is quickly dimmed by the fact that the story is coming back to life, showing new stories in the Picture Window that seem to involve...His grandmother, Cassandra and the old trunk in her sitting room.

As they tackle the assaults of the coming to life of the Picture window and the Trunk, another person is watching as well, a person who has something to lose, and will do whatever it takes to make sure that what is now his remains his, and his alone.

"Trunks" is the second book of the 'Saddlebags, Trunks, and Tombs" trilogy, Though it is a continuation, it is most definitely its own story as it opens up what was hidden in "Saddlebags" and sets the stage for the unexpected reveals in book 3, "Tombs".

Category/Genre(s): Science Fiction, Paranormal
Updated: A Few Times A Week
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Mia Mitchell:

"Writing is my breathing! I write multiple genres and love how my mind took to science fiction! Whether I’m writing or reading, I look forward to the “what’s going to happen next?”

Mia Mitchell

Mia Mitchell is a transplant. Originally born in California, she made her way to Oregon and it became home. Being a nurse educator is her alter ego, that thing she does during the day, but her super power lies in letters and words. With over 15 self published books and close to 100 more waiting for their turn on the computer screen, Ms. Mitchell is a writing force to be reckoned with, and soon everyone will know. With her breakout series, "Saddlebags, Trunks, and Tombs", and the "History of the Promise Bible Handbook", her mind explodes with new ideas in a rapid rate. Don't be fooled if you see her planting tomatoes or picking wild greens for dinner, her mind is always telling a story.

Acknowledgements:

I will continually thank three people: My daughter Mary for being my biggest cheerleader, My sister Manette for being my biggest encourager, and my father, Roger, a man who does not read fiction, but read Saddlebags because I wrote it, and said it should be on Netflix!

But my awe will always belong to the Creator who made me Mi.

Notes:

Solidifying the ghosts, it only gets better.