Emails to a Paranormal: The Diary Poems of Damien Darrk

Emails to a Paranormal: The Diary Poems of Damien Darrk

by V T Dacquino


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Emails to a Paranormal: The Diary Poems of Damien Darrk by V T Dacquino

Do dead people live here? Seventeen year old David knows they do. His father had been teaching him how to communicate with tortured souls and had been helping them to find the Light. But his father was killed in a head-on collision on Halloween night and he has not heard from him since. In desperation, David creates the pseudonym "Damien Darrk" and uses his skill for writing diary poems to reach out to a popular paranormal to get answers to the questions his father is apparently not able to give him. Is the ghost of the nine year old girl that appeared recently in David's closet finally a message from his father? What is she trying to say? Why does she crawl through him and enter his dreams? What does her tragic story mean? Is she just another spirit in need of his help?

When Katie, the daughter of a friend's cousin, comes onto the scene as a blind date for the senior Ball arranged by David's mother, answers begin to fall into place. Is Katie's sudden appearance a coincidence? David has learned early that in matters of the paranormal, there is no such thing as coincidence. Slowly, the young ghost in the closet gets a name and a purpose-and so do David and Katie.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780990481409
Publisher: VTD EduCon
Publication date: 06/23/2014
Pages: 112
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.27(d)

About the Author

V.T. Dacquino is the author of several books for young children, including Kiss the Candy Days Good-Bye, a Dell/Yearling paperback. He is the founder of the Peanut Butter and Jelly Writing Academy and has made numerous appearances at schools and historical sites based on his biographies, Sybil Ludington: The Call to Arms, and, Sybil Ludington: Discovering the Life of a Revolutionary War Hero published by Purple Mountain Press.
Dacquino has also released a book with History Press called, Hauntings of the Hudson River Valley: An Investigative Journey. He has been a teacher in Westchester County for over 30 years. He retired from teaching in 2007 to dedicate more time to his writing, lecturing and television talk show. He resides with his wife, June, in Mahopac, NY.

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