Monday 8 June 2020

Check out Jennifer C. Wilson's fabulous New Release — Kindred Spirits: Ephemera #Paronormal #HistoricalFiction #Ghosts @inkjunkie1984

Kindred Spirits: Ephemera

By Jennifer C. Wilson

The afterlife is alive with possibility…

In this collection of stories, we follow kings and queens as they make important (and history-defying) visits, watch a football game featuring the foulest of fouls, and meet a host of new spirits-in-residence across the British Isles and beyond.

Be transported to ancient ruins, a world-famous cemetery, and a new cathedral, and catch up with old friends – and enemies.

Because when the dead outnumber the living and start to travel, the adventures really do begin.

Kindred Spirits: Ephemera is a charming collection of stories about your favourite ghosts!

Included short- stories are

Kindred Spirits: St Paul’s Cathedral

Kindred Spirits: Jailbreak

Kindred Spirits: Carlisle Castle

Kindred Spirits: The Sisterhood of Hampton Court Palace

Kindred Spirits: Leicester – Return of the King

Kindred Spirits: The Jewel of the Wall

Kindred Spirits: Eurostar

Kindred Spirits: Père Lachaise

Kindred Spirits: York, Revisited



Pick up your copy of

Kindred Spirits: Ephemera

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Jennifer C. Wilson


Jennifer C. Wilson stalks dead people (usually monarchs, mostly Mary Queen of Scots and Richard III). Inspired by childhood visits to as many castles and historical sites her parents could find, and losing herself in their stories (not to mention quote often the castles themselves!), at least now her daydreams make it onto the page.


After returning to the north-east of England for work, she joined a creative writing class, and has been filling notebooks ever since. Jennifer won North Tyneside Libraries’ Story Tyne short story competition in 2014, and in 2015, her debut novel, Kindred Spirits: Tower of London was published by Crooked Cat Books. The full series was re-released by Darkstroke in January 2020.


Jennifer is a founder and host of the award-winning North Tyneside Writers’ Circle, and has been running writing workshops in North Tyneside since 2015. She also publishes historical fiction novels with Ocelot Press. She lives in Whitley Bay, and is very proud of her two-inch view of the North Sea.


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1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for a wonderful tour, Mary Anne!


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