Things that go bump in the night

I have always been creeped out by ghosts. Always. Horror movies are not in my collection. I am TERRIFIED by the things that go bump in the night.

Then, WHY, did I WRITE a novella about GHOSTS and the paranormal?

Because I’m a moron.

Maybe I thought if I wrote about the things I was scared of that would somehow cure my fears? It did not. Not even a little. Even so, I know that there ARE people who like to read about spooky things so it feels appropriate to mention the novella I wrote for Havenwood Falls. An author collective of an INSANE number of stories that are stand-alone, yet connected with character and location crossovers. So, if you like the paranormal and haven’t discovered the huge collections of stories set in the same fictional town where the paranormal walk among the humans, then here is your chance!

oooooo, spooooky!

Welcome to the secluded mountain town of Havenwood Falls, home to sexy men, strong women, and neighbors who bite. Discover supernatural mystery, thrills, and romance in a place where everyone has a deep, dark, and often deadly secret.

When a modern day ghostbuster is trapped in the spirit world, the future for all is at risk.

Spirit Agent Tasha Young has never fit in. Her talents as a modern-day ghost buster make her a loner by necessity. Her job is an easy one. Enter a haunted house, remove the misbehaving spirit, collect the cash, and move on to the next city. When she and her team are invited to Havenwood Falls for a special case, she quickly discovers that this retrieval isn’t a simple bag and tag.

What lurks within is not one aura, but hundreds, and they all have their sights set on Tasha. With only five traps in her possession and a team member already sucked into the spirit world, Tasha is forced to come face to face with her greatest enemy: the Indrori.

If she can’t find her way out of the spirit realm in time, the Indrori will win the prize he’s been waiting centuries to claim. The future of Tasha, her team, and all of Havenwood Falls rests on the sultry black-haired beauty with the snake tattoo.

That’s all for now. Talk soon!

Danielle Bannister, author and writer of spooky things *shivers


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