Guest Post from J. L. Bryan
Today I have a guest post from J. L. Bryan – author of Jenny Pox and the newly released Haunted E-Book. He’s having a lot of really fun giveaways to go along with the release of his latest book, and he’s a great writer, as well as a terrifically swell guy. So enjoy his post, and check out his books.
I announced the winner on my blog & emailed her. It was Jessica (comment #48, I think).
Were any winners announced?
I am SO STOKED (OK, a bit passe perhaps but thrilled) to find you!
There’s a book waiting for me to find the way to get it to the (admittedly) rare person who wants it and my sis sent me to check out what you are doing for encouragement.
Seeing someone who is doing their own own own thing and making a good go of it makes me skip around the house.
And, yes, I would LOVE to get those copies of your work.
Keep on keepin on,
I love ghost stories. I think we would all be really really surprised if we knew how many unseen spirits were around us at all times!
Just downloaded the Trylle series on my Kindle yesterday… So far they are the most addicting books I have read since The Mortal Instruments series. I love that the storyline is so original and the characters are readable, but not predictable. Even though I’m entering kinda late I would LOVE to win your give-away. You can reach me at email@example.com
Making up ghosts? Hmm well, I dunno about that, as my writing deals more with real world stuff, like book reviews and comments on posts like this. Hoping to get my review of The Haunted E-book up on my blog within the week. http://blogs.delphiforums.com/dragonviews
Since I live in the southern state of Mississippi, I am sure there must be some ghosts here… they would likely date from the civil war era with all the fighting that went on back then. Unfortunately, I’m an import, not native to the area so rather unfamiliar with the stories.
Illinois supposed to have several haunted sites. The one I hear about the most is Resurrection Cemetery. Resurrection Mary has been sighted in the cemetery since the 30’s. She was supposedly hit by a car walking home from a dance and she’s seen dancing in the cemetery. That’s not terribly spooky though.
Just finished your Trylle Trilogy-they were fabulous!!
I also read Jenny Pox sample in the back of your book, she looks really good, I am going to have to buy that one next…I don’t have any ghost stories, i’ve never seen a ghost…that I know of! 🙂 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeff, there is a reason that you are a writer, and I am not. I could not come up with a ghost story, not even a short clever one like the ones you present here.
Also, Jenny Pox should be made into a movie. Just sayin.
What a fantastic number of ghost stories! Thanks to everybody for sharing. 🙂 I also appreciate your kind comments about Jenny Pox! The sequel, Tommy Nightmare, comes out in April.
Thanks again to Amanda for hosting the blog tour!
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