Given that today (Tuesday, October 1) sees the release of the latest Haunted Guesthouse mystery e-novella AN OPEN SPOOK, we thought you might like to see a personal message, on camera, from E.J. Copperman. So here's a link: (and here's the video)!
(By the way, any authors who see the video trailer and are interested, it was created by my son Josh the film and video graduate, and he works cheap. I can get you in touch.)
AN OPEN SPOOK is told by Alison Kerby's mother Loretta, and there's plenty going on: There's an unfamiliar ghost in the guesthouse, a serviceman killed during the Vietnam War. He's despairing over the loss of an object he says he simply must find: a POW bracelet imprinted with his name. He says it's lost in Alison's house, and he asks the ghost detective Paul Harrison and Loretta to find it--fast.
Complication: There's this storm on the way toward the guesthouse and the Jersey Shore. The newspapers and TV news are calling it FrankenStorm because it's really the confluence of two huge storms about to crash directly into the shore. But it's real name, according to the National Weather Service, is Hurricane Sandy.
Things are going to get interesting in a hurry.
The novella, in e-book form only (sorry, paper book readers; it's not my choice!) also includes a preview of the next full-length (and all formats) Haunted Guesthouse novel, THE THRILL OF THE HAUNT.
But E.J. can tell you more about that. You'll see.
Meanwhile, I hope you'll take a look at AN OPEN SPOOK and let me and E.J. know what you think!