I have known Penny Ehrenkranz for years and she was interviewed on this blog five years ago for her book. Now she is on this blog again to talk about her new series: Ghostly Visions from 4RV Publishing. If you want to know more about her you can read this interview from February 6, 2011.
I will be talking with Penny about Ghostly Visions, which is made up of two books: Ghost for Rent, which she published a few years earlier and Ghost for Lunch. First I had the pleasure of reading Ghostly Visions. Here is the blurb and my review. Penny will be here very soon. Meanwhile, enjoy learning more about her books.
On move-in day, Wendy meets a neighbor girl who tells her their quaint country home is haunted. Events proceed quickly as Wendy, her new friend, Jennifer, and Wendy's brother, Mike, see ghostly figures dancing in the woods. Despite Mom's claims that "there's no such thing as ghosts," paranormal events continue to occur in the Wiles' home. Meanwhile her brother Mike, arch-tease, continues to torment Wendy, claiming he's causing the unusual happenings.
Wendy searches through library records to get to the bottom of the mystery. Finally with Jennifer's help, Wendy begins to unravel the truth. At last even Mike can no longer disbelieve and decides to aid Wendy in her search. By the end of the story, the three young sleuths have uncovered an accidental death, a suicide and a murder.
In addition to my writing, I worked as an editor with MuseItUp Publishing, Damnation Books LLC/Eternal Press, and 4RV Publishing.