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Ghostly Tales
     

Ghostly Tales

by Sheri L. McGathy
 

Ghostly Tales by Sheri L. McGathy is a collection of four short ghost stories set on the American prairie. They first made their debut in the anthology Trespassing Time. The stories range from the humorous to the scary, with ghosts that might make you smile, cause your heart to sigh, perhaps bring a tear to your eye, or maybe, just maybe, will give you pause as you

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Ghostly Tales by Sheri L. McGathy is a collection of four short ghost stories set on the American prairie. They first made their debut in the anthology Trespassing Time. The stories range from the humorous to the scary, with ghosts that might make you smile, cause your heart to sigh, perhaps bring a tear to your eye, or maybe, just maybe, will give you pause as you pass an old cemetery.

In "The Graveyard Dance" you discover that perhaps in the end, you really can go home. "Maxie" proves that love between a man and his dog can endure beyond death.
"What's a Ghost to Do?" takes a humorous look at the perils of haunting in today's society while "Forgotten, But Not Gone," serves as a warning to the living to not take what rightfully belongs to the dead.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940032815181
Publisher:
Sheri L. McGathy
Publication date:
10/14/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
172 KB

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Meet the Author

About Sheri L. McGathy “Born in the Buckeye state, I was uprooted in 1971 and replanted amongst sunflowers, tornadoes, and college football. It’s a good life.” ~ Sheri L. McGathy Who am I? During the weekdays, I’m a Graphic Arts Coordinator/Copy Editor in prepress. In the evenings and weekends, I’m a writer…or I try to be. Sometimes that is debatable. I'm often asked why I write fantasy, and I usually answer that fantasy, to me, evokes the wonder of dreams and unfettered possibilities. It can be filled with fanciful pleasures or unimaginable fears—all the things we believed in without question when we were kids. Fantasy is Santa and pixie dust, unicorns with long golden horns and white flowing manes. Fantasy is the monster that lurked in the shadows beneath your bed when you were little. Fantasy is fantastical and holds the promise that wishes just might come true if only we dare to believe. I write fantasy because I believe in the magic. ~:.*.:~~:.*.:~May the magic always brighten your world~:.*.:~~:.*.:~

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