Cemetery Kids 3 is Out Now!

It’s taken a little longer than expected to get the third book in the Cemetery Kids series written and published—primarily because I’ve had to do it during my 18-month-old grandson Cohen’s naptime, but it’s finally out!

It’s available on Amazon as a paperback as well as a Kindle book, and in several local stores in the Sunset Beach and Ocean Isle Beach areas, including Pelican Bookstore, Islands Art & Bookstore, Sunset Beach Trading Company, Wendy’s of Calabash, and Calabash Photography.

The book blurb is below and you can read the first chapter here. Hope you enjoy it!

Cemetery Kids the ghosts of Bird Islands and the Disney World Honeymoon

Who takes their kids on a honeymoon? All of them . . . a nine-year-old, a newborn baby, and eight cemetery ghost kids. When the honeymoon is to Disney World, it makes sense to take the whole family. So Piper and Drew load up a rented motorhome and head south.

It’s a wild adventure with never a dull moment for the newlyweds. Did I mention that Glory, the ghosts’ mother, already their O.C.D. housekeeper, stows away and becomes a chronic shoplifter? Or that Piper’s Christmas present from the cemetery kids, a baby Magpie that grows full-sized almost overnight, tags along and has a penchant for stealing shiny things?

When Drew takes Piper out for a romantic dinner at an elegant restaurant in Epcot, he is more than just a little embarrassed when he discovers his father’s corporate credit card has been compromised. He is livid and determined to get the culprit. What follows is a Disney adventure with more twists and turns than the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train ride.

Come along for the fun, come along for the thrill, and come along for the escapades of the cemetery kids as they haunt the Haunted House.

Who takes their kids on a honeymoon? All of them . . . a nine-year-old, a newborn baby, and eight cemetery ghost kids. When the honeymoon is to Disney World, it makes sense to take the whole family. So Piper and Drew load up a rented motorhome and head south.

It’s a wild adventure with never a dull moment for the newlyweds. Did I mention that Glory, the ghosts’ mother, already their O.C.D. housekeeper, stows away and becomes a chronic shoplifter? Or that Piper’s Christmas present from the cemetery kids, a baby Magpie that grows full-sized almost overnight, tags along and has a penchant for stealing shiny things?

When Drew takes Piper out for a romantic dinner at an elegant restaurant in Epcot, he is more than just a little embarrassed when he discovers his father’s corporate credit card has been compromised. He is livid and determined to get the culprit. What follows is a Disney adventure with more twists and turns than the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train ride.

Come along for the fun, come along for the thrill, and come along for the escapades of the cemetery kids as they haunt the Haunted House.

 

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