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Special Book Feature: A Haunting of Words (Anthology) with K.N. Johnson


PUBLISHER: Scout Media

RELEASED: June 1, 2017

GENRE: ANTHOLOGY, GHOSTS

LENGTH: 497 pages

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From Scout Media comes A Haunting of Words—the third volume in an ongoing short story anthology series featuring authors from all over the world.

In this installation, the reader will experience a multi-genre journey beyond traditional haunts; from comedy, to drama, fantasy, romance, and horror, these stories put eclectic spins on the every-day ghost tale. Whether you are running from the ghost of a vengeful mother, falling in love with an apparition, touring with a deceased famous musician, saving a newborn from a possessed crib, or having a specter cat as a sidekick, these stories of hauntings and apparitions will warm your heart, send shivers down your spine, and tickle your funny bone. Whether to be enlightened, entertained, or momentarily caught up in another world, these selections convey the true spirit of the short story.

The Blue Amberol Turns Again from K.N. Johnson

Blurb:

Two families, two eras, one house, and one haunted music cylinder. Does it foretell the future or just replay the past?

Excerpt:

“The Amberola only comes with a dozen.” Pa Turner took it and frowned at the label. “It’s not an Edison.”

“Well, it was on our porch. This must be number thirteen.”

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ABOUT K.N. JOHNSON

K.N. Johnson's dark tale "Frigid" won Mythraeum’s Pygmalion contest and is now in development as a short film by Mythraeum, LLC and Loste Films. You can read this story through the link on her Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/knjohnsonauthor/# Her short stories have appeared in several anthologies plus Proximity Magazine, a literary magazine featuring true stories. And, yes, sadly, her story "When to Walk Away" is true. She serves as an Acquisitions Editor for the Mighty Quill Books anthologies and once worked as a local reporter. Johnson is a member of the HWA and an Advanced Reader for Tin House Books. As a volunteer for local headstone restoration and a member of a ghost investigation group, Johnson discovers stories in the dark, abandoned corners of history and local lore.

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