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The Haunted Bundle: A Twenty Ebook Box Set

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Have you ever felt as though someone was watching you, but when you turned around no one was there?

How many times have you been unable to find something, then it later turned up in the exact place you’d searched over and over?

Why does your cat act as though it’s staring at something, even though you can’t see anything?

Just because you can’t see anything doesn’t mean there isn’t something there...

But don’t worry. Ghosts aren’t real.

Or are they?

This collection contains stories about ghosts, hauntings, and mysterious things by twenty different authors.

Table of Contents
1. "They Stole My Love Last Night" by Alexandra Brandt
2. "The Haunting of Melsbury Manor" by Rebecca M. Senese
3. "Some Old Lover's Ghost" by Dayle A. Dermatis
4. "Dreams of Saffron and Lace" by Leah Cutter
5. "Waltzing on a Dancer's Grave" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
6. "Freshly Ghost" by Chuck Heintzelman
7. "Lilah's Ghost" by Deb Logan
8. "Old Spice Love Knot - A Nova Scotia Ghost Story" by Steve Vernon
9. "Roses Around the Moment" by Dean Wesley Smith
10. "All the Retros at the New Cotton Club" by DeAnna Knippling
11. "The Beforedeath" by Brigid Collins
12. "Brown and the Hotel Colorado Haunts" by J. A. Campbell
13. "The Pizza Man" by Mark Leslie
14. "Never After" by Jaime Lee Moyer
15. "Among the Shadows" by Louisa Swann
16. "The Flipside #4: Eagle Eyes" by Valerie Brook
17. "Chains" by T. Thorn Coyle
18. "The Storyteller" by P.D. Cacek
19. "The Scent of Roses" by Jamie Ferguson
20. "Frock Coat Dreams" by J. Daniel Sawyer


Published January 31, 2017

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Jamie Ferguson

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I love to get into the minds and hearts of my characters, whether I'm writing about a saloon girl in the old west, a man who discovers the barista he's in love with is a naiad, or a ghost who haunts the house she was killed in—even though that house no longer exists. I want them to agonize over their choices, and I want what they choose - or don't choose—to matter. I want the reader to feel joy when a character succeeds, and to cry when they don't—just like I do when I'm writing the story.

I live in Colorado, and spend my free time in a futile quest to wear out my two border collies since I haven’t given in and gotten them their own herd of sheep. Yet...

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