Posts Tagged ‘ghost story’

Suddenly, it’s all over, her life, her future is gone. Vanished are all her hopes and dreams

Sunday, September 29th, 2019
Sunspots
by
Karen S. Bell
Genre:
Romantic Suspense, Time Travel 
 
Aurora
Goldberg Stein is lost in grief. Her beloved husband, Jake Stein, has
just died in a tragic car accident and her sorrow is overwhelming.
But is this really the end? Perhaps, perhaps not. She hears his
voice. She sees his ghostly presence. She travels back in time to
another life with Jake. What is going on? What is the message?

 

 

Jake
Stein, a dashing Texan, sweeps Aurora off her feet and changes her
life. A Brooklyn born actress, she moved to NYC and does temporary
work to pay her bills. On this particular assignment, she
accidentally meets Jake Stein, who is her dance with destiny. Leaving
everything she knows, she marries him and moves to Austin, Texas. No
longer struggling to make ends meet, Aurora wiles away her time bored
and lonely, and trying to recapture the excitement she once had with
this man. And then suddenly, it’s all over, her life, her future is
gone. Vanished are all her hopes and dreams.

 

 

But
destiny comes in many forms, and when Aurora moves to a new house,
she discovers that the previous owner has never left. The ghostly
presence of Viola Parker looms large and becomes Aurora’s guide
through time revealing to her the mistakes she’s made with Jake Stein
through the centuries. This time, maybe this time, Aurora can get it
right.

 

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I
get so much satisfaction in the writing process. I take care to
choose just the right word, to make sure each sentence has the right
cadence. I appreciate other writers who respect the craft in this
way, and I hope my readers do so with me. Writing is a need, a desire
for expression, and springs from well within my subconscious mind.
Thoughts rise up, scenes rise up and blend in with the over-arching
story. These thoughts emerge whenever they want to and wherever I am
and probably not when I am at the computer. The computer is for the
craft, the technique. The thoughts come during walks, or while
driving the car, or at the grocery store. I am the willing recipient
of these thoughts and so they seek me out. It’s a mystery this
business and art of writing and it keeps me enthralled.

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Dead Medium by Peter John an interview

Friday, October 17th, 2014

Peter, tell us where you were born and where do you live now?

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I was born in Bromley Kent, England and I now live only a few miles down the road in Sidcup, Kent.

What makes you passionate about writing?

I love watching a story grow. Tending the characters and seeing where they take me.

How long did it take you to write the first draft of your manuscript?

Dead Medium took about two years to write. I put it aside for months at at time on a few occasions but always found myself returning to it when the opportunity arose.

Who or What inspired you to write this book?

Initially it was just going to be a short story based on the premise of a reverse medium but May Trump was having none of it. There was no stopping her once she got going.

What is the title of your book?

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Dead Medium.

Could you give us a back cover blurb?

The deathly silence is about (more…)

Tifani Clark speaks of her new book Shadow of a Life

Monday, August 11th, 2014

Welcome Tifani.

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What makes you passionate about writing?

Reading a good book can bring all kinds of emotions: excitement, wonder, curiosity, sadness, relief, fear, happiness, etc. I want to be a part of creating those feelings for others. I love being able to tell the stories that capture my thoughts and emotions.

 

Cool. Do you have a writing routine?

My writing routine changes with what it is I’m writing. If I’m writing a scary or suspenseful scene, I’ve been known to (more…)

The Other Elizabeth By Karleen Bradford

Sunday, November 27th, 2011

For readersfavorite.com

Here is another great story from Karleen Bradford. It is as good as the other two I have read from her, although I found this one a bit slower paced than the others. It took me a bit longer to get immersed in the pages.

Elizabeth, a thirteen-year-old girl, is on a school trip to a ghost town commemorating a big battle the British and Americans fought. She isn’t very keen on the facts of when and why this battle happened, a fact that she later greatly regrets. (more…)