I’m thrilled to announce that myself and fellow Sister Of The Fey Adele Marie Park are participating authors in Plaisted Publishing House’s Ghostly Writes Anthology 2018.
There is a $20 Amazon Giveaway – follow this link to find out more: https://gleam.io/vYVi3/plaisted-publishing-house-2018-ghostly-writes-anthology-giveaway
A compilation to haunt, intrigue and scare you – it releases on Halloween!
Here is the Youtube video with all the teasers from authors:
Look at these amazing titles…. Don’t they just make you want to find out more…
Monster At My Door by Karen J Mossman – https://www.facebook.com/karensmagicofstories/
At Midnight by Chandra Trulove Fry
Not Only Clothes Hang in Your Closet by Donna Walo Clancy
Primrose Point Part 2 by Mara Reitsma http://itybityqt.wixsite.com/marareitsma
God’s Pebbles by Dan McAteer
The Gift by Jane Risdon https://janerisdon.wordpress.com/
A Heart of Gold by Michael Lynes
Necropoli by Adam C. Mitchell
The Basement by Wendy Steele: https://wendysteele.com/
The Thinning Veil by K. M. McFarland: https://www.kmmcfarland.com/
Wingreen Possessions by C L Williams: https://writer434.wordpress.com/
Ghostly Goodbye by M J Mallon (Me!)
Ghostly Goodbye by M J Mallon
The Ghostly Goodbye is a paranormal love story about a young woman called Iris who can’t get over her husband’s death. She is mourning him so much that she feels dead inside. Her husband Ed sends her a ghostly message from beyond the grave via an old forgotten garment in her wardrobe. She responds by dragging herself from her tomb-like bed and he draws back the curtain of death to visit her in a most unusual way.
Raemkai’s Stairs by Mary R. Woldering:
Iris by R. M Demeester
Soul Man by Claire Plaisted:
The Eyes of The Apple Tree by C A Keith:
Facebook books: @ca.keithwebstories
The Black Cat Bookstore by Pamela Silva
A Cat For Christmas by Eve Merrick-Williams
Detour by M. E Hembroff
Dead Man’s Divorcee Club by J G Clay
Funhouse of Horror by Cassandra Jones
Underneath The Mirrors Surface by Adele Marie Park: https://firefly465.wordpress.com/
Extract from Adele’s story –
Underneath The Mirrors Surface
As he lay on the bed, Ethan stared at the ceiling. The aroma of lavender drifted around the room as lazy as he’d thought his brother was.
Turning over in a bed that didn’t creak, he slipped one arm under his face and for the umpteenth time asked himself the question. Why? He wouldn’t get an answer, but he never stopped himself asking. The constant barrage of questions, the parade of wondering never left him.
Was it the same for his parents or did they shut them out with sixties rock and a wailing ghost?
“She’s the last one. The one they didn’t find.” The sentence his mother spoke whirled around in a spin which made him nauseous.
He squeezed his eyes shut, counted to ten then opened them again.
He heaved himself onto his back, his hands thumped against the covers. “You show me once then disappear?” Anger made weapons of his words.
What did he expect? His own personal ghost?
A sudden movement made his reflexes sharp and he avoided the book which flew through the air and landed with a thump on the floor beside the bed.
“Jesus.” Ice caressed his skin and his insides shivered as if made of jelly. The need to dive under the covers was real as his earlier glibness shrivelled.
A sound like shoes crunching on gravel caused him to freeze his position, terror his overcoat.
Out of the corner of his eye, something moved, hovered in mid-air then floated above his face.
Another book, poised like a cat waiting to pounce.
The sound of a deep giggle preceded the book dropping on his face.
This time he moved and dived off the bed to land in a heap on the floor.
He jack knifed to his feet, his gaze wandering around the empty room.
He took a deep breath. “Okay. You’ve got my attention. What do you want?”
He covered his ears as a shriek erupted into the air. When it ended, the perfect silence seemed empty.
In a defensive crouch, he used his body turning it this way then that way to scope the room.
He whirled around to the slopped eve beside the window. Daubed on the pristine white, in red paint, were the words. “Find me.”
Haunted North Street by Michelle Hughes
and a poem – Midnight Moon by Kyrena Lynch
WE HOPE TO HAVE THE BOOK FREE WITHIN A WEEK OF PUBLISHING ON AMAZON.
THE ANTHOLOGY WILL BE FREE ON THE 31ST OCTOBER ON NOOK, KOBO, APPLE etc. The link below is the pre-order ebook. The ebook will be priced at 99p/99c until Amazon agree to make it FREE as on other sites.
It is also available on Amazon.com