Jean Marie Bauhaus

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Jean Marie Bauhaus is a ginger GenXer who speaks with a twang that underscores her Northeastern Oklahoma upbringing. She developed a passion for both good scares and good storytelling at an impressionable young age, and today channels that passion into her writing. A recent transplant to the Arkansas Ozarks, Jean lives in the woods with her husband Matt and their small crew of four-legged dependents. Connect with her at her website, JeanMarieBauhaus.com or on Twitter and Instagram @jmbauhaus.

The Restless Spirits Series:
Book 1- Restless Spirits
Book 1.5 - Love Letter: A Restless Spirits Novella
Book 2 - Kindred Spirits
Book 3 - Bound Spirits

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Goodbye Blog – Where to Find My Writing Online

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Oh, sure, there are a few holdouts that are still going strong. But for the most part, the world has moved on, and there are simply too many alternative platforms for multipassionate writers like me to get our writing fix to not move on with it.


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“I couldn't find any humble pie this early in the morning, but the cream-filled [donuts] are chock full of humility.”
Jean Marie Bauhaus, Kindred Spirits

“All of her days were full of strangeness here at the end of the world, but this day was standing out as one of the stranger ones.”
Jean Marie Bauhaus, Dominion of the Damned

“I've heard rumors that if we get too weak to give blood, they feed us to the zeds."
Hannah just stared at her in horror a moment before asking, "The zeds?"
"Yeah. You know, like how the Brits say the letter z? For zombie?"
"Oh."
"What do you call them?"
Hannah thought about it a second before saying, "The scary dead things that ate my parents. But yours is catchier.”
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“I couldn't find any humble pie this early in the morning, but the cream-filled [donuts] are chock full of humility.”
Jean Marie Bauhaus, Kindred Spirits

“Been practicing ever since I managed to tackle you. I figured there must be something to your idea about strong feelings."
"Yeah. They can be hard to manufacture on demand, though."
"So far I've managed okay."
"Thinking about my dad usually gets it done for me. What about you? What do you think about?"
He looked at me for a long moment before he said, "You."
I didn't expect that answer. "Me? Really? Do I frustrate you that much?"
"Kissing you," he clarified. "I think about kissing you."
Oh. "Oh. Really?" I stood up and bumped into the table. It moved.
Joe looked at it and smiled. "You thinking about kissing me?"
"Well I am now."
He got up and came toward me. "Good.”
Jean Marie Bauhaus, Restless Spirits

“Nothing gives us courage more readily than the desire to avoid looking like a damn fool.”
Dean Koontz

“There are four simple ways for the observant to tell Mr. Croup and Mr. Vandemar apart: first, Mr. Vandemar is two and a half heads taller than Mr. Croup; second, Mr. Croup has eyes of a faded china blue, while Mr. Vandemar's eyes are brown; third, while Mr. Vandemar fashioned the rings he wears on his right hand out of the skulls of four ravens, Mr. Croup has no obvious jewelery; fourth, Mr. Croup likes words, while Mr. Vandemar is always hungry. Also, they look nothing at all alike.”
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“Metaphors failed him, then. He had gone beyond the world of metaphor and simile into the place of things that are, and it was changing him.”
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Jean Marie Bauhaus Dale wrote: "Jean Marie, thank you for accepting my friend request.
I've downloaded and look forward to reading Dominion of the Damned.
Wishing you the very best!"


Dale, you left this comment forever ago and I'm just now seeing it, which is inexcusable. I'm so sorry. I hope you enjoyed the book. You take care.


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Dale Thele Jean Marie, thank you for accepting my friend request.
I've downloaded and look forward to reading Dominion of the Damned.
Wishing you the very best!


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