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Author and poet Dawn Colclasure

Sunday, January 04, 2015

A Ghost on Every Corner is up for votes!

It’s that time of the year again! The annual Preditors & Editors Readers’ Poll has begun and voting is now open! This is a chance for readers to vote for their favorite books.

My publisher, Gypsy Shadow Publishing (also known as GSP), usually enters this annual event. If I have a book by them published last year which can be entered into a category, then they usually enter it. (Sometimes, though, something or other happens and not all their books will show up on there. In this case, the author has the option of entering his/her book.)

This time round, GSP has entered my book, A Ghost on Every Corner, which was published late last year. This book is entered in the “Anthology” category. It’s more of a semi-anthology, because I have written stuff in this book, too.

A Ghost on Every Corner is a collection of true ghostly encounters which paranormal investigators experienced while investigating some of America’s most haunted locations. There is the BirdCage Theatre, the Gettysburg battlefield, the Myrtles Plantation, and many more!

Here is the blurb for this book:

There's a ghost town then there's a "ghost" town! A Ghost on Every Corner is a collection of stories from paranormal investigators who have done investigations in some of America's most haunted cities. Read about the ghost haunting a restaurant in Galena, Illinois, or about a Gettysburg Battlefield ghost who follows an investigator home! There's also Marilyn Monroe's ghost haunting the famous Roosevelt Hotel, a ghost violently attacking an investigator at the Sallie House and the ghost of Edgar Allan Poe's adoptive father angrily pushing an investigator down the stairs! You'll also get to read historical (as well as ghostly!) information about places such as The Alamo, Myrtles Plantation and the famous BirdCage Theater. Walk with investigators located across the country as they gather evidence about ghosts and go where no other would dare to tread!

If you have enjoyed reading this book, or if you are a part of this book and want to promote your story, please take a few minutes to vote for it in the Readers’ Poll! Here is the link.

Please note that voting is open until January 14th.

Many thanks to everyone who helped make this book possible and to anyone who takes the time to vote!

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