Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Real Ghost Legends for My YA Novels

It's Christmas Eve, and my family and I are so excited. Remembering Christ's birth is the highlight of every year.

What a year 2014 has been for me and my husband!
A beautiful table runner made by a sweet friend.
Financially, it's been one of those years you look forward to having over. But, otherwise, 2014 has been a year of learning to balance writing with family and church endeavors, a year of fun and travels with husband and friends, and another year to enjoy my family and my God.

Since today is Weird Wednesday, I wanted to remind you why I began this segment on my blog.

In 2012, 4RV Publishing released my debut novel, Victoria and the Ghost, featuring a real ghost legend out of a Texas ghost town, Clara. Click on the page to the bottom right that tells about that book.

Hopefully, 2015 will be the year of the release of my second inspirational paranormal YA. Weird Wednesday began in honor of the upcoming release.

A Ghost for Shelley reverses the plot of the first book, by sending country girl, Shelley Halverson, to live in the big city of Dallas.

A guilt-ridden country girl, forced to move to Dallas, confronts betrayal, arrest, and a loss of faith but meets a jet-set jock with a heart for God, and a ghost with a message just for her.

I hope you'll keep stopping by on Weird Wednesday as well as my Saturday posts on this Writing with God's Hope  blog. I'll let you know when Shelley  arrives on the scene.

Until then, Merry Christmas and a happy 2015 to all who stop by.


Susan York Meyers said...

Merry Christmas, Janet. Congratulations on your books.

Moonine Sue Watson said...

Merry Christmas. May you continue to follow your dream.

Unknown said...

Thank you, Susan, for the well wishes. Sue, that's the plan. Hope your Christmas was blessed.