IWSG: Channeling Charles Dickens

IWSG: Channeling Charles Dickens

So, this is the IWSG post where I dazzle you with a plethora of positive writing news. (Don’t you just love that word? Plethora has such a nice ring to it.)Cover reveals! Impending releases! Story sales! However, it’s also the post where I admit I’m...
Eating Egypt

Eating Egypt

Reader question: “Was that strange combination Egyptian meal you described real?” The reader was referring to koshari, the national dish of Egypt (also known as kushari), which Fatima treats Kate and Jackson to in the third GhostWriters book, Temple of...
Ghost of a serial killer

Ghost of a serial killer

It was 2006. Rob Graves and his wife Vicki were touring a gorgeous estate in Indiana. The place had everything they could want and then some: an indoor pool, a separate apartment that could be rented out, tons of room to roam, and ample privacy. Even better, the...

Haunted Travel: China’s Ghost City

Fengdu, China, is so creepy that it instantly inspired a horror novel. Fengdu is a ghost city in the true sense of the word. The village was abandoned when the construction of the Three Gorges Dam dramatically raised the water levels. There’s something...