Blog Tour ~ Red Runs the Witch’s Thread by Victoria Williamson ~ Spotlight

Blog Tour ~ Red Runs the Witch’s Thread by Victoria Williamson ~ Spotlight

Morning all!

Red Runs the Witch's Thread by Victoria Williamson, Feathers, red thread and a crow bleeding

A spooky welcome to the Blog Tour for Red Runs the Witch’s Thread by Victoria Williamson!! I am so happy to be part of a new Blog Tour by the WriteReads and especially one for Victoria Williamson! This time I didn’t have time to review it, but I do hope to read it soon~ It sounds so awesome!

For today I am shining a spotlight on the book + author!~

Let’s get to it.

Red Runs the Witch’s Thread - Victoria Williamson, Crow and feathers and red thread, fantasy, supernaturalPaisley, Scotland, 1697. Thirty-five people accused of witchcraft. Seven condemned to death. Six strangled and burned at the stake. All accused by eleven-year-old Christian Shaw.

Bargarran House, 1722. Christian Shaw returns home, spending every waking hour perfecting the thread bleaching process that will revive her family’s fortune. If only she can make it white enough, perhaps her past sins will be purified too.
But dark forces are at work. As the twenty-fifth anniversary of the witch burnings approaches, ravens circle Bargarran House, their wild cries stirring memories and triggering visions.

As Christian’s mind begins to unravel, her states of delusion threaten the safety of all those who cross her path. In the end she must make a terrible choice: her mind or her soul? Poverty and madness, or a devil’s bargain for the bleaching process that will make her the most successful businesswoman Paisley has ever seen?

Her fate hangs by a thread. Which will she choose?

An eerie tale of lies, deception and the supernatural from award-winning author Victoria Williamson.

Buy this book here: Amazon
About the author:

Victoria Williamson, Woman in dress and long blonde-ish hair, Photograph, FlowersVictoria Williamson grew up in Glasgow, Scotland, and has worked as an educator in a number of different countries, including as an English teacher in China, a secondary science teacher in Cameroon, and a teacher trainer in Malawi.
As well as degrees in Physics and Mandarin Chinese, she has completed a Masters degree in Special Needs in Education. In the UK she works as a primary school special needs teacher, working with children with a range of additional support needs including Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, physical disabilities and behavioural problems.
She is currently working as a full time writer of Middle Grade and YA contemporary fiction, science fiction and fantasy, with a focus on creating diverse characters reflecting the many cultural backgrounds and special needs of the children she has worked with, and building inclusive worlds where all children can see a reflection of themselves in heroic roles.
Victoria’s experiences teaching young children in a school with many families seeking asylum inspired her debut novel, The Fox Girl and the White Gazelle, an uplifting tale of redemption and unlikely friendship between Glaswegian bully Caylin and Syrian refugee Reema.
Twenty percent of her author royalties for The Fox Girl and the White Gazelle are donated to the Scottish Refugee Council.
You can find out more about Victoria’s books, school visits and upcoming events on her website

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This Blog Tour was organized by:
The Write Reads

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