Spirits of St. Louis: Missouri Ghost Stories


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A few months ago, our cover designer came up with an awesome book cover – sadly, it didn’t quite fit with our upcoming title, but then he had a lightbulb moment: let’s do a ghost story anthology!

So we put out the call for local ghost stories and got quite a response – well over 50 submissions during the two-month period. We couldn’t accept them all, but ended up with more than 30 finalists. And next week, we’ll be presenting Spirits of St. Louis: Missouri Ghost Stories!

They’re creepy and they’re kooky; they’re mysterious and spooky; they’re altogether ooky. Oh, wait . . . that’s the Addams family. Never mind. But you get my point, yes? We’ve got some really cool stories here, things that make you go “huh?” and ones that make you jump up and turn on all the lights. All of them. And make you lock your doors. And keep looking over your shoulder. And avoiding closets. And highways.

You can pre-order now, through RHP, and the books will be available in print and E-versions – Kindle, Kobo, and Nook – in the next couple weeks.

Many thanks to all our authors, you did a great job!

Pablo Baum

Larry D Brown

Kenneth Cain

Malcolm Campbell

Janet Cannon

Shenoa Carroll-Bradd

Kathryn Cureton

J.K. Dark

Gerald Dlubala

Pat Dorsey

Ed Farber

Nathan Feuerberg

Robert Holtgrewe

C.V. Hunt

Wendy Klein

John Kujawski

Rebecca Lacy

M J Logan

Conny Manero

Sean McLachlan

Schevus Osborne

Caryn Pine

Anastasia Robinson

J.T. Seate

Jacqueline Seewald

Rose Shomaker

Tommy Smith

Curtis Thomas

Donna Volkenannt

Anna Roberts Wells

Dacia Wilkinson

 

 

 

3 comments on “Spirits of St. Louis: Missouri Ghost Stories

  1. Reblogged this on The Lone Writer: Shannon Yarbrough and commented:
    Also coming this month! Glad to have been a part of this awesome project. I love a good ghost story!

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  2. We should make this a yearly project now! Maybe even make a contest part of next year’s concept. Readers Poll or awards for the top 3 stories.

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