Welcome to the official Dark Eden blog tour! Halloween is just around the corner and to celebrate the publication of Dark Eden, available everywhere November 1st, this month author Patrick Carman will be visiting blogs to share spooky guest posts and sneak peeks from his brand new book and app.
Today I have the honor of sharing with everyone a list of Patrick Carman’s personal fears. See if any yours match up with Patricks! Drop us a comment and let us know.
- Being along in a house at night – If I’m home alone at midnight and I’m awake, I’m in deep trouble. It’s impossible for me not to imagine someone walking around upstairs.
- Haunted houses – I’ve literally stood outside of a haunted house hyperventilating. I just get extremely freaked out by what’s going to happen in there. But I usually go in anyway.
- Scary movies – Everything is possible in the movies, especially bad things.
- Dying – This one is hard. I mean, I have faith – I believe there’s a God up there who cares. But it’s the ultimate question, right? What happens when we die? No one knows. That sort of freaks me out sometimes.
- Social situations – No seriously. I’m actually sort of shy. A big room full of popular people I don’t know make me want to go watch TV.
After reading them, I noticed that we share a couple of the same fears. I’m also afraid of #1, which I’ll actually have to put up with for the next few nights! And I’m also afraid of #4. This one eats at me most days, but I’m getting better at not thinking about it.
When Will Besting approaches Fort Eden for the first time, he knows something isn’t right. With more terrifying secrets at every turn he discovers a hidden fear deep inside himself, a dark mystery a thousand years in the making, and the unexpected girl of his dreams. But can he save everyone from the dangers of Fort Eden before it’s too late?
Here’s the entire tour schedule, so if you missed any stops you can go back, plus see what’s coming so you don’t miss anymore info about Dark Eden!
Thank you Patrick for stopping by the blog today, and thanks to HarperTeen for inviting me to participate!