America's most haunted hotel, a spooky ghost tour with a visit to a former morgue, and a family wedding-all the ingredients for a fun-filled weekend. Emma and Zan Fuller have never been to the Crescent Hotel-at least not in this lifetime. But the ghosts that haunt the former cancer hospital remember Emma, and they won't rest until she's joined them once again.
STAR CROSSED LOVERS
It's Depression Era 1938 when Ivy Turner meets Harry Fuller. Love happens quickly, but wedded bliss soon turns to despair when Harry is arrested and Ivy is sent to the Baker Cancer Hospital, pregnant with the child who will someday become Zan Fuller's father.
JOURNEY ACROSS TIME
A bizarre accident almost claims Emma's life. While she lies comatose, she becomes a target for an organ transplant scheme. Her soul is catapulted backward in time to the Baker Cancer Hospital. The people who had once been characters in a ghost story are now real. Emma's biggest worry is Zan's grandmother, Ivy. If anything happens to her or her baby, Zan will never exist. Can Emma, in 1938, rescue Ivy and Harry? Can Zan, in 2011, prevent the hospital administrator from ending her life support and harvesting her heart?
|Publisher:||Generation Next Publications|
|Product dimensions:||5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.81(d)|
About the Author
Her first and favorite job was as a secretary at a military mortuary in West Germany, followed by more mundane employment which included being a newspaper reporter, a real estate agent, a substitute school teacher, and a legal secretary. She finally settled down to a long career as a courtroom deputy clerk for two federal judges before retiring and getting to do what she wants to do when she grows up-be a writer.
Not long after finishing Night Journey she was stricken with cardiomyopathy. She received an implanted cardio-defibrillator and was evaluated for a heart transplant, which ironically paralleled the plot of Night Journey. Luckily, time and medication worked their miracle and she made a full recovery. Her experience, as well as someone near and dear to her in need of an organ transplant, has transformed Goldie into an advocate for Organ Donation and Living Wills.
The best thing she ever did was marry her high school sweetheart Alan a long, long time ago. She's living happily ever after with husband and family, which includes a menagerie of fur people, on a wooded hill in rural North Texas.