Thursday, April 25, 2013

Cover Reveal AND Book Blurb AND interview!!!

Ah, it's been an excellent day!  I have much news to report!

First off, my Author Page hit 300 likes, and you know what that means:  COVER REVEAL!  But, not to stop there, I've improved upon my book blurb for Ghosts of Demons Past.  Will it change between now and publication?  Who knows, but I think the one I will post here sums up the story pretty well.  Thirdly, Belinda Frisch not only read and liked Words With Fiends, she's featured me on her blog, complete with a review AND interview.  Go check it out.  While you're there, take some time to nose around her blog.  She's got lots of great information for writers and links to her fantastic backlist of books.

Now, what you've all been waiting for.  The cover and blurb for my upcoming novel, Ghosts of Demons Past.

“Well, Mr. Gabriel.  What do you know about…demons?”

For most people, that’s a question that never comes up.  Medium Seth Gabriel isn’t most people and for him, it’s another normal day in an abnormal life.
It’s bad enough that his love life has seen better days but his personal problems are only the half of it.  Seth’s ghost hunting business, SG Cleaning Services hasn’t seen a client in weeks and he’s desperate for a paycheck.  Things look up when two potential clients seek him out.

Courtney Reeves hires Seth to investigate a paranormal disturbance in her home.  On the surface it’s a run of the mill cleaning job but when you deal with the dead for a living, there’s no such thing as routine.  The close of the case is the start of even bigger problems and Seth will find that, while there’s nothing to fear from the dead, the living are another story.

When the nervous and persistent Evan Gallagher enters his life, Seth sees the promise of a big payday.  There’s only one catch.  The wealthy lawyer thinks his wife is possessed by a demon.  Seth doesn’t believe in demons…not anymore, but the money is too good to turn down.  Is Evan crazy or is he one hundred percent sane?  As Seth digs deeper, he’ll ask the same question of himself.

For a guy who’s coasted through life on not much more than Greek takeout, tequila, and attitude, Seth’s going to have to dig deep to survive what will turn out to be a very bad week. 


  1. Wow, I really want to read this. It sounds like my kind of book. Love your cover.

  2. Thanks, Angie! I'm chomping at the bit to publish it. Can't wait!