Haunted Futures Released and a Haunted Video

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Break out the fairy bread and butter up a toadstool*, Haunted Futures is finally on the streets!  It feels like it’s taken an inordinately long time, but Salome and good people at Ghostwoods have really put together a great anthology here.  The reviews  – including a starred one from Publisher’s Weekly – have begin rolling in and they’re all really positive.

And to mark the occasion, Salome hosted a hangout last night to speak to some of the authors, yours truly included, to chat about the book and, in my case, what not to include in children’s fiction.

I’m on first, but if you have…*looks at running time*  …wow, six hours… but life is bleak and needs entertainment, and the other guys are all worth hearing, so get at it.

 

*I don’t know what I’m on about either.

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