What do you think of when you think about ghosts? Haunted houses? Crazy campfire stories? Seances? Spirit possession? Episodes of the Ghost Whisperer, the Haunting of …, and Paranormal Investigation? You want to write a ghost story that grabs the attention of editors and readers, but how do you avoid cliché and write a ghost story that is unique, contemporary, AND frightening? Find out from the editor of A Plague of Shadows, a highly acclaimed anthology of ghost stories that breaks all the “rules.”
About the Writer
JM Reinbold is the editor of the highly acclaimed anthologies Someone Wicked and A Plague of Shadows, the author of the DCI Rylan Crowe Mystery Series, and the Director of the Written Remains Writers Guild. Her stories, articles, and haiku poetry have been published internationally both in print and electronically. Joanne lives in Wilmington with her son and eight cats. Like Flannery O’Connor, she writes to find out what she thinks, and is a collector of odd information which often ends up in her stories.