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Ghosts and Curses

witchscursecabinI don’t usually read fantasy, but if I do, it has to be really well written with an original story.

I don’t usually read mysteries when they have to do with a murder, but if there is some secret in someone’s past, that’s a keeper.

There is one author that mixes both original, well-written fantasy with mystery. I’ve not only read all of her books, but I’ve critiqued most of them as well.

Her latest book, Witches Cursed Cabin, incorporates a favorite theme of mine with fantasy … ghosts! Not to mention a mystery curse that needs to be broken, which turns it into a thriller as well.

Marsha has always taken me on glorious visual rides into her fantasy worlds. Her description puts me on one of those simulated rides at an amusement park with fantastical places surrounding me as I read.

I’m enjoying critiquing her next one that takes place in the same small town in Indiana. Can’t wait to see what happens with this new character.

I don’t usually do recommendations or reviews, so you know I really enjoyed a book if I do. I hope you’ll check out Witch’s Cursed Cabin. It’s a thrilling read.


18 thoughts on “Ghosts and Curses”

  1. Thank you for the advice. This looks interesting. Do you know the author through an on-line relationship? Or is this a critique you’re doing via Amazon or something like that? I just received a friend’s book through the mail and am looking forward to reading it. It’s kind of a Carlos Castanada type book.

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    1. Hi Kathy. I was the leader of a writer’s critique group back in Florida, and Marsha, the author of this book, was in my group. We had advanced writers in the group, and Marsha was one of the best. Thanks for reading about it.

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    1. Hi Andrea. I often think of you and Marsha in the same vein because of your fantasy writing. I think you’d enjoy each others’ work. Have a great weekend, Andrea.

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    1. Hi Anneli. Marsha is a great writer. She knows how to work through all the things you discuss on your other blog. It’s wonderful to have her as a critique partner.

      Have a great weekend, Miss A.

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        1. Anneli, Marsha, this author, was in my writer’s critique group in Florida. There were 4 to 6 of us at any given time, and Marsha was with me for 4 years (5?). Since I moved, the two of us have continued to critique via email. And, you’re right, a good critique partner is priceless.

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    1. Hi Carrie. There are a lot of mysteries the main character has to solve in order to break a dangerous curse. I really enjoyed it. Thanks for the happy wishes. You have a great weekend.

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