Ominous Winter


The peaceful life of Mallorie Jordan becomes interrupted when ominous signs and frightening encounters make her believe that something bad is about to happen in her village. Between the rumors she has heard, the help of a powerful retired lady, and her perseverance to find the truth, Mallorie will pave her way to understand the evil past of her town.



“The author does a great job of making you feel as though you are experiencing the ensuing danger with the main character Mallory. It’s a feeling that sinks into your bones like the cold damp winter and makes you want to keep reading to find out what happens next. Looking forward to reading more from this author.” by David Olson

“With great attention to detail the author gradually introduces us to an intricate story before unveiling a mystery that keep us seeking more. To this extent the end seems open for interpretation. P.L. Andre’s narrative is so descriptive it allows us to empathize with the reality presented, in the moment by moment, taking all necessary time to illustrate what Mallory sees in her ever progressing Land of Now. Excellent read, great use of words and imagery (at times appearing oniric). I look forward to reading more!” by R Moller

“I can’t wait to read more from P.L. Andre!! I love his work. You’re in for a big treat.” by Holly Krywicki



I wrote my first story at 13-years-old. My characters wherever in the world they live, always look for the truth. They embark on new adventures to push their boundaries even if pain and insecurities follow.

Reading has been an important part of my life from an early age. I hope my books will have the same impact on you.

When I don’t write you can catch me running in the Golden Gate Park rain or shine.



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