Thanks to everyone who’s been reading about our travels in Japan, I know I’ve had a few new followers and lots of nice feedback. Next time we travel, I’ll resurrect this blog but for now there’s maybe one more post (about my shoes maybe) and then it’ll be quiet.
My plan is to take these blog posts, edit them to add more information and some practical tips and tricks for travelers and then publishing it through Amazon. So I once I find some time to do all that, I’ll post the link here.
In the mean time, I’d be very much obliged if you’d consider buying my young adult paranormal novel, The Suburban Book of the Dead… for more information, see below.
If you’d like to follow my author blog it’s here. That’s where I’ll be updating most of the time for the foreseeable future.
No one expected the last night of the Summer holidays to be deadly.
Rain and her best friends Rachel and Jackie head to the carnival. Rain’s plan was to chat up Jake, who runs the Ferris Wheel, and maybe get a kiss or two.
But then Rachel’s killed in mysterious circumstances, and none of them will ever be the same again.
When Rachel returns as a ghost insisting Rain find out who killed her and why, she turns to Jake, who knows more than he seems to. In fact, he’s encountered weird stuff like ghosts and monsters before.
So now she just has to grieve for a friend who she’s still talking to, try not to fall deeper in love with Jake, keep her family off her back, decide who to trust, infiltrate the funfair and find Rachel’s killer. Piece of cake, right?