Have you ever visited a hidden away place so beautiful that it made you nervous, scared almost? Have you ever seen a place that sat peacefully amidst an ancient forest so full of intrigue that only the most restless of minds would dare approach? Well, D.A. Winstead saw it and knew he'd write about it one day. Darkness comes fast and early in such places-and tends to stay longer than it should. Even the old churches, quaint hotels, shops, pubs and cafes, schools, playgrounds, and the stately old beach homes seem old and dark, as if something creepy lurks behind every wall. And it gets much darker after sunset, as shadowy figures from the forests stalk the night. D. A. Winstead walked these streets on a cold October night and wondered how many restless souls resided in this ancient Latvian town they call J?rmala. He picked the most haunted-looking of all the homes and that first night started writing Wiggle Rooms.
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