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Guest Post: Ghosts by Debbie Peterson & Giveaway

Today at Reviewing Shelf, we have Debbie Peterson talking about Ghosts! Eeek, are you afraid? Read on to know more.


Ghosts…they’re out there…everywhere! Right? They show up on our TV screens, they’re the subject of movies, books, and websites. We see them in pictures and hear their voices on EVP’S. There are numerous cases of famous haunts, not so famous haunts and the neighborhood house we all just knew was haunted—and as children, Do I believe in ghosts? You know—I do. Why? Because it just doesn’t make sense, that death would end our ability to make choices. So, although I truly believe the vast majority of spiritual beings choose to enter the realm of spirits, I don’t think all of them do. For a number of reasons, personal to them, I believe a handful of spirits remain among us, both good and some not so good. I think there are spirits that might find a bit of joy and satisfaction in scaring the living tar right out of us. We also have some that just want us to acknowledge their existence, while others want complete and total solitude. I think we even have some that just want to hang around for a while and have some fun before they totter off to the great beyond. (If my dear brother-in-law had remained behind–which he didn’t–he would have fallen into the latter category.) So, even though most authors of paranormal romance choose to write about vampires and werewolves, I find ghosts far more fascinating to write about and the possibilities are just as endless as they are. I invite you to accompany Shae Lynn Montgomery as she travels to Starling Plantation, where a house full of ghosts await.

Spirit of Rebellion By Deborah K Peterson

Souls touch and emotions flare when a historian and an embittered spirit form an unlikely alliance to investigate the centuries-old riddle surrounding his death…

Ready for a fresh chapter in her life, Shae Lynn Montgomery accepts a job translating a cache of Civil War documents from Wisconsin’s famous Norwegian regiment. The assignment takes her to Chickamauga’s haunted Starling Plantation and face-to- face with a handsome captain—its Tristan Jordahl, falsely accused of treason, has no use for the living—not even the lovely translator invading his home. Despite Tristan’s best efforts to frighten her, Shae Lynn refuses to leave, and reluctantly, Tristan enlists her help to clear his name. But as they grow closer to the truth—and to each other—an evil spirit makes it clear he will do anything to stop them. Can a love that transcends time overcome all obstacles?

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About the Author

Debbie Peterson, author of “Shadow of the Witte Wieven,” is introducing, “Spirit of the Rebellion,” through The Wild Rose Press. This paranormal romance centers on a murdered civil war captain, falsely accused of treason, and a beautiful Norse historian determined to clear his name. She invites you to come along on this incredible adventure, filled with mystery and romance.

Debbie has always had a soft spot for fairy tales, the joy of falling in love, and happily ever after endings. She incorporates these aspects into all of the paranormal stories she writes. When she is not busy conjuring her latest novel, she spends time with the beloved members of her very large family. She also pursues her interests in family history and all things ancient and historic.

You can connect with her: Twitter | Website | Blog



Often seen with a nose buried in a book, you might spy me at a library while 500 unread books adorn my shelf. At other times, I'm busy travelling solo, eating out or looking for my new escapades. You will always find me doing too much all at once.

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