At an early age, Barbara experienced what she referred to as – supernatural phenomenon. As a teenager she kept a diary in which she documented several of her disturbing nightmares. Barbara ultimately incorporated her visions into several of her writings.
In her writings, she loves to evoke a false sense of security and expectations - leading the reader into a world of the unknown.
“Do you hear the screams coming from behind the doors of this mental institution? Can you hear the Hollowing Screams coming from the one who is evil? Do you hear it? Don’t listen. My name is Lola. I warned you. Did you listen?” This is one outstanding novel whose characters teach you the true meaning of treachery, fear, deception, lies, and betrayal. An author so creative that she weaves a plot so intricate with incidents that not only blindside some of the characters, but the reader too, this is one novel that is anything but Hollow: Filled with substance, plot, and keeping you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.
Visit the town of Patton and find out what author Barbara Watkins has in store for the residence, and why Lola was sent there. A plot well planned and defined, and characters so vividly depicted with an ending which leaves you wanting more. Heed my warning: Beware if you visit Patton before reading this book, unless you want to meet Lola: Do not take the black book. This book gets five Lola’s