While Ashton was finding a manuscript for his Mom's next bestselling novel, he comes upon an old typewriter. A 1975 Smith-Corona Electra to be exact. He thought that his mother was going to type on it all night, but soon he notices that this isn't any of his mom's work. In fact, it belongs to a poet named Gertrude D. Macabellow who had committed suicide with her typewriter after she did gruesome murders.
Every night her poems appear typed on the typewriter and each one includes one of her murders. Soon, the murders reenact near Ashton and he sees that her presence might be nearby, wherever he goes.
Will Ashton be able to find out what the deceased poet wants dearly for her wish? Or will be continuously tortured by this crazy lady? Find out in Type.
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About the Author
Khalil Tajee Woods is a young American writer residing in Hinds County, Jackson, Mississippi. Writing drafts of stories since the age of 5, he has been known for being very fluent in writing throughout elementary and middle school. Back in 2011, he had gotten an interest in making short and long videos and also making his own movies for the family's entertainment. Departing from the videography in the mid-2014 year, he went back to doing his lifelong dream and finishing his books.