More about “Ghost Writer”

Ghost Writer is a young adult paranormal novella, and my first published work. The ebook and paperback are available through Barnes & Noble.com, Amazon, and Smashwords. (Please see links below.)Ghost_Writer_sp300dpi

Two teens become Internet ghost whisperers when they try to help a disbelieving spirit who doesn’t realize that she’s dead.

Sixteen-year-old Malden Montgomery leaves New York City anticipating nothing but boredom when her artist/mother insists she come along on a two-week vacation to a family inn in rural Virginia. What Malden doesn’t expect is that the owner’s seventeen-year-old son, Jackson, will be totally to-die-for cute or that her room at the inn will be haunted by a young woman named Emily, who died there in 1865. When Emily somehow begins to communicate with Malden via an Internet chat room, she and Jackson have to find a way to help Emily’s ghost come back home or risk a spirit’s wrath if they choose to leave her lost in the darkness forever.

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REVIEWS for Ghost Writer:

…”Ghost Writer is an unpredictable story with a nice little mystery wrapped around a sense of empathy – a sense that will try to stretch across centuries. I’d have to call this novella the perfect Halloween present: A real indulgence with no calories!” – Long and Short Reviews-YA

…”This is a fast paced romance with a dash of science fiction and a seasoning of paranormal. My favorite kind of read. The voices are real and I loved it. My only complaint is I wish it were longer.” – Susan

“Great story that pulled me through easily, and honestly, gave me chills a few times!” – Karen

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