Ghost at the College’s Kindle Scout Campaign!
In the second book of the Unruly Ghost Mysteries, Bryce and Chase are back again and this time they have to find out who is stealing Louisville’s children and why.
Ghost 2 is in a Kindle Scout campaign. This is the first time I’ve put a sequel through the process and it’s very different from my other campaigns. So far, stats have been pretty good, but not quite up to my other campaigns. I’ll have to push a bit to get the nominations I need for a good launch.
In case you haven’t checked it out before, Kindle Scout is a great way to get free books. You check out the books in the program, nominate any that seem interesting, and if those books get selected to be published by Kindle Press, you get a free advance copy.
With Ghost at the College, you’ll get a free copy either way. If selected, you get a free copy from Kindle Press, if not selected, I will have a few free download days at launch.
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The ghost of an old woman haunts Bryce night after night, begging him to do something about her cruel great-grandson. Mrs. Chipwithe is certain her great-grandson will end up killing someone unless he is stopped. There’s only one problem.
Bryce is eight years old.
What can he do about a boy who is older and much bigger than he is? He can’t go to the adults, they won’t believe him. Bryce has already learned he has to hide the fact that he can hear the dead. Now, the old woman won’t let him alone and he has no idea what to do about it.
I still haven’t quite finished my next book, Crucible Station. I’ve had a little too much life in my life, which has made it difficult to buckle down and get the last couple chapters done. Things are begining to quiet down, so I will hopefully get that book finished soon. After that, it’s on to Ghost on the Downs.