The Ghost Mirror – Available Now!

The Ghost Mirror lives again!

When eTreasures Publishing closed its doors in 2019, The Ghost Mirror disappeared.

The Ghost Mirror was my first novel, and it was published in 2007 to really good reviews. It has always been one of my favourite stories. It was the first time I really tried writing a longer piece of fiction and the story has stayed with me for so long.

Earlier in 2020, I decided to publish it myself. I wanted to have my first novel out there in the world in some way. To me, The Ghost Mirror was a record of where my writing started and it was also an indication of how far I’ve come as a writer. It’s also an amazing story.

Here’s a bit about the novel:

After being neglected by her parents for thirteen years, going to live with her Grandmother is like a breath of fresh air. At her Grandmother’s, she is not shunned or ignored; instead she is loved for what she is. The Last Witch.

Following one of the Ghosts that inhabit her Grandmother’s house, Mave steps through The Ghost Mirror into a world that is hauntingly like her own. The Town of Elements has many surprises; foremost being the magic that surges through Mave. Another: that something dark is hunting for her.

Mr. Lavender, an eater of souls, knows what Mave is and wants her soul for his own. Mave must learn to use her Magic if she is to succeed. There is more than her life at stake however: If she fails, the entire fabric of Magic will unravel, destroying The Town of Elements and her own world.

Mave must fight with all the power she has, if she wants to stay alive. . .

You can get the eBook at Amazon here:

The paperback and Kobo eBook are coming soon as are other venues. I’m just so happy to have The Ghost Mirror out into the world again. Whether it’s your first time following Mave on her journey or it’s your second, welcome. Mave’s been waiting for you…

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