Ghostly Vengeance


fireghostI haven’t had much time to update this blog lately, because I’ve been too busy writing lots of short stories and putting together “The Little Book of Ghosts”, as well as “The Little Book of Halloween”. The latter is pretty much complete now, just sorting out the artwork, which didn’t upload very well at my first attempt to release this as an ebook on self-publishing platform Bookrix.

“The Little Book of Ghosts” will feature a few ghost short stories, but will be mostly non-fictional, providing paranormal info for kids and their parents to enjoy. While I was collecting background material for ghostly facts, however, I had this idea for a short story…which is now a long story that’s rapidly swelling into a full blown novel with ca. 50,000 words. Yeiks! What’s it about?

Set in late Victorian times, the story features Sir Hubert Tulking, very  one dead Justice of the Peace, who is rather resentful when he finds out his only son and heir has married an American actress and gone to NYC to become a playwright at Broadway. When young Sir Allan returns to Oxtailshire to introduce his glamorous wife to the county’s gentry, the ghost of Sir Hubert sees his chance to get even with what he believes to be a ruthless little gold digger. And then there is the Marquess of Tumbleweed, one lonely widower who spends his days hunting defenceless foxes. He’s about to be ensnared by one little vixen who won’t stop at nothing to get the man of her dreams. Will the forthcoming battle with ghostly Sir Hubert bring them closer together or put a damper on their budding romance?

I’m already nearing the end of the mini-novel, so hopefully will be able to answer some of these questions soon and let you know where the book will be published.

As for Willow the Vampire: I have withdrawn the two short stories that were on sale, because I want to publish a large short story collection just about Willow and Stinkforth-upon-Avon. The two stories previously on sale will then be included in that.

 

 

 

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