M Calhoun

M Calhoun is an emerging Alaskan painter, photographer, and artist. The mediums she has worked with are pastels, charcoal, colored pencils, acrylic paints, and a digital camera. She paints wild landscaped sceneries, and powerful abstracts.

In her photography, she enjoys altering her pictures to either enhance the subjects, or to change them completely into abstracts that provoke a wondrous awe.

Calhoun sees potential for beauty in the world around her. From ordinary household items to obscure angles to intimate shots of nature to the vulnerable moments of raw human emotion, in everything there is something beautiful to be seen.

Her desire is to find, capture, create, enhance, and share the hidden beauty of this life with others who are willing to see ~ ever glorifying the Lord Jesus who gives her these visions to work with.

Nocturnal Vows is her first novel.

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“Calhoun is a born storyteller and knows how to keep the reader in suspense. There are unexpected plot twists; so I’ll try not to give away any “spoilers.” This is the author’s first book, and sometimes she does tell rather than show the reader what’s going on, but that does not change my expectation that this book would make a great horror film. Calhoun uses classic horror elements skillfully, with cliffhangers provided periodically to keep the reader in suspense as well as those unexpected plot twists to ratchet up the angst. (Although there’s not an enormous amount of gore all told, some of the characters meet fates that are, shall we say, not for the squeamish.) The “good” characters are sympathetically portrayed, and many of them go out of their way to help others in time of need or trouble, the latter being abundantly provided by the natural tribulations of life on this earth and, beyond that, by the forces of evil and its minions–some unnerving and truly chilling characters, both alive and dead, in this world and the next and from other dimensions. The author is a Christian, and the power of prayer prevails.”  –from Amazon reviewer

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