Books that went to press this week
Haunted Circles, by Robert Kanehl
Most freshmen at the university swear that there are ghosts on campus, but Hannah Pitkin Griswold knows the truth. There is one ghost seeking help, the kind of help only Hannah can provide.
Life travels in circles that connect through time. These circles need to meet if spirits are to ever rest. Entering her freshman year of college Hannah runs headlong into a ghost striving to complete a circle of life derailed a hundred years ago.
Can Hannah help the spirit realign her path? Will this spirit be forever searching for a love missing since World War One?
More importantly will Hannah herself complete a circle that has been haunting her since eighth grade?
Apologies everyone for all the delays...
Galleys that went Out this week
LAKE EERIE: Haunted Homicide, by Thornton Parsons
The police photographer snapped pictures of the body in the rowboat. Special Agent McCreary ruminated on the initial K that Renda had written in her own blood—she had recognized her killer! Trapped in a dark future between here and the hereafter, Renda Rousseau finds that even in death, she cannot escape the weasel with the Coke-bottle glasses who murdered her at the lake house. But, why? Renda will capture your heart as you join her on her heart-stopping quest to leave her ghostly realm and join David and her children in Heaven. But how? Is she doomed to haunt the lake house for all eternity? Despite her ethereal rage, she is unable to contact her twin sister, Brenda, who knows that Renda holds the key to the mystery of her death.
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WILD AMYTHYST. Poetry by Bobbi Sinha-Morey
Call it ballet with the grace of verse, and that’s what you get inside this book. A whiff of enchantment; a touch of fantasy. Paths that lead to wondrous places and faraway lands. Days of spring like weather and escapism. Some of Bobbi’s poems reflect real life, others imagined, and you’ll read her most genuine musings, thoughts and tales that reveal
her inner character. She draws from experiences in her past, paintings she likes to rest her eyes upon. You’ll find nature, a little dream imagery. The beauty of autumn.
Come experience her most poignant words and the dance of sunrise in her pen.
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