Romance Writers Weekly


Hello, happy Tuesday, and welcome to our weekly hop. Thanks so much for joining us!

This week’s challenge comes from the amazing Brenda Margriet;

Buried treasure. Ghosts. Locked room murders. What is your favourite kind of mystery story? Or do you avoid those altogether?

Give me a good ghost story any day. Especially one with romance. Like “The Ghost and Mrs. Muir”. I know, it wasn’t a book, but the movie was captivating. On the darker side of romantic hauntings, or more like possessions, “The Turn of the Screw” by Henry James is one of those stories that stays with you. Like “The Shining” by Stephen King.

Do you think it’s feasible, that spirits go on after the physical body has departed? When we sit around on Halloween night and tell tales of hauntings, both sweet and terrifying, do we think these things are possible? And if not, why are we so fascinated by the stories? What about the things that go bump in the night?

I think we are all intrigued by the things we cannot see but might be there, waiting, in the dark to help or to frighten.

I love ghosts so much, I have written two books about them. One was the second book in the “Dance” series. “Emma’s Dance” has a ghost that helps our heroine find the truth.

And in the other book, which is still in editing, the ghost saves the heroine’s life. My kind of ghost is the one who helps, but I’m not opposed to a little scare now and again. How about you?

Now, let’s pop over to the incredible Jenna Da Sie and see what she likes best.

But first, you cannot miss the latest fabulous release by our own Brenda Margriet.

It is her just released “Richly Deserved” It’s a must read!!!!!

And now…Jenna Da Sie….

Jenna Da Sie

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