Welcome James Hartley, author of Teen Angel and Many Others

Well, hello, Jim! And welcome to This and That. This is a busy man, who is also an author of paranormal short stories, novellas and novels. Just zip on over to his page at MuseitUp Publishing at http://tinyurl.com/87w39nq for a sampling of his work. Good writing and magic abounds. There is not shortage of ghosts, either, but only of the most fascinating kind. Here’s a little bit about one of his offerings, Teen Angel: BLURB: Angie, a teen aged girl, was killed in a tragic accident. As a ghost she became convinced her boyfriend Dickie still loved her, so she decided to return to Earth and win him back. But her timing was a little off — thirty years off! — and she found him grown, married, and with teen aged daughters of his own. When she discovered she was stuck there and couldn’t return, she figured there was no choice but to break up Dickie’s marriage … EXCERPT: The roar of a motorcycle coming up the driveway and then the slamming of the front door finally broke the stasis. Two teen-aged girls entered the room. The older one, swinging a pink motorcycle helmet in her hand, called, “Hi, Mom! Hi, Dad!” then spotted Angel and added, “Hey, who’s your friend over there?” Rick and Lois looked at each other, each mentally willing the other to the chore of explaining this to the girls. Finally Rick sat up and muttered, “Here we go again.” Then in a louder voice, “Angel, I’d like you to meet Brenda,” he continued, pointing to the one with the helmet. “And Rosalie,” he said, indicating the younger girl. “They’re our daughters. Girls, this is Angel. She’s a ghost.” Brenda did a double take, while Rosalie, currently hooked on videotapes of Friday the 13th movies, gave…

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