Angela Brown and Gwen Gardner have teamed up to create Partners in Paranormal. Visit their new blog HERE
Giving up the Ghost by Gwen Gardner
Friend or Foe? Murder victim Bart Bagley is not content to merely roll over in his grave. He wants his murderer caught and he wants teenage ghost whisperer, Indigo Eady, to help him.
It becomes obvious that Bart’s temper lead to more than one disagreement, but is it enough to want him dead? With nothing but a cold trail and a hot list of “friendly” suspects, Indigo and her friends race to find the killer before they become the next victims.
Indigo Eady is not clumsy. At least, that’s what she keeps telling everyone. Can she help that the overactive spirit community of Sabrina Shores causes her psychic abilities to short-circuit? It’s unfortunate that her cute new friend Badger is often on the receiving end of her mishaps. At times, she is positively hazardous to his health. Even so, sparks start to fly in more than one direction…
NeverLove by Angela Brown
For seventeen-year-old Abigail, one rash decision leads to an unexpected chance for redemption. At V’Salicus Academy, a unique institute where she trains to become an agent of heaven, she struggles with the pain of her past, the changes of the present and accepts a loveless future until her path – and heart – crosses with Basil’s.
Basil’s off-chance slip of the tongue binds him to a life of servitude to the Devourer, the master of hell. His existence has no upside until a chance meeting with Abigail brings new perspective.
Keeping the truth of their present lives from each other brings disaster when secrets are brought to light and the life of Abigail’s mentor is put on the line.
Can Abigail and Basil save her mentor and salvage their love amid the chaos? Or will they lose it all, destined forever to NEVERLOVE?
Congrats to both Gwen and Angela on their upcoming releases. Woot!
Last weekend at the observatory …
Well, it’s definitely autumn here at night. All bundled up, I was still chilled to the bone both Friday and Saturday night, cranking up the heater in the car on the way home. Despite mittens, my fingers grew numb Saturday night.
It was a blue moon, second full moon in August, but with all the smoke around here, it was actually an orange moon. With some fun with filters, I turned it very orange.
With Paint.net, I turned it blue.
Didn’t run into any critters this weekend. The rancher and the gangsta cows packed up and are gone for other pastures. Only saw one rabbit. No deer. No antelope. No coyotes. Didn’t hear any coyotes either.
Full Moon washes out the sky with so much light pollution, it’s like standing in the middle of New York City. Since I navigate by guide stars, not being able to see a lot of them hinders my ability to find objects quickly. I did a lot of hunting. Most of the objects were too washed out to find or share. Did see the owl cluster, ring nebula, dumbbell nebula, double open cluster, Andromeda, M13, M22, M6, and the Lagoon nebula. Very briefly viewed Saturn and Mars. They’re getting very low on the horizon. Might get another peek at them this weekend. Maybe. Mostly, we looked at the Moon.
Those aren’t Jodi pig eyes. If they had been, I’d still be screaming. No, the red lights are from the telescope of my fellow volunteer, Jim.
Fun with filters.
Don’t forget that Monday is the What’s Your Chocolate? Bloghop. Dang, it required a visit to my favorite chocolate shop. :D You can still sign up and join the fun HERE