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Dan Grier is a serious writer. At least that’s what he thought until his debut book tanked. It seems the critics loved it, but, alas, no one thought enough of it to actually buy it. Desperate for money, he turns to the serious writer’s version of hell on earth—writing pulp fiction.
With little or no support from his agent or editor, he resigns himself to his fate as a hack writer. But then he’s visited by a—ghost? A Muse? Whatever she is, the young feisty Irish woman, born in the seventeenth century and a writer herself, refuses to let him off so easily.
What ensues is a struggle for the writer’s answer to the age-old question: Which is more important, literary merit or money?
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About the Author
Michael Grant is a twenty-three year veteran of the New York City Police Department and a former Security Director at a Fortune Five Hundred Company. He has a BS in Criminal Justice and an MA in psychology from John Jay College and he's a graduate of the FBI National Academy. Mr. Grant currently lives in Knoxville TN with his wife, Elizabeth, and their golden retriever, Beau. He can be contacted at email@example.com.