Someday Is Here






If you like your romance not too sweet, not too spicy, and full of authentic settings and situations, you'll enjoy the books by Judy Nickles, also writing as Gwyneth Greer.


Skype Talk/Q&A--September 17

Ozark Romance Authors Conference--September 20--Springfield MO

Branson Vacation with focus on a ghost tour and The Landing--September 22-23

Fall Festival--September 27--Benton AR

Writing the Square (Personal Writing Retreat) Oct. 26-Nov. 9 Denton TX

The Romance Reviews

September 5: They made WHAT from WHAT?
September 2:  America's Survival...up to each citizen...
August 29:  Let me just say...I DO love a good ghost story!

August 28:  Guest Paty Jager shares her Spirit Trilogy
August 24:  The Tunnel Trail
August 21:  What do you know about SG? My characters know--and so do I.
August 19:  Sam had a use for black walnuts--and it wasn't in a cake!

August 18:  Ilona Fridl reflects on the summer of '67 in her new novel, Iris Rainbow.

August 12:  Recycling and Reaching Out

August 11:  A Shared Dilemma:  The Problem of Promotion

This Week at Typed Tales
(page 2 of blog)

"The Poisonous Truth"

a tale of inevitable justice


Ghosts of Denton:

The history of the mysteries in a small Texas town

Shelly Tucker  

   Any town that boasts a grave on the courthouse lawn ought to have a ghost or two. Denton, Texas has many! Ghosts, that is. Author Shelly Tucker claims, "People come to Denton and never want to leave...ever!" This book contains a fraction of the ghost stories told in the area.   Established in 1857, this frontier town was wild and rambunctious. Denton has been home to some colorful and quirky characters over the years, and legends claim that some remain in the afterlife. Within the covers of this book, you will find tales of the Goat Man at Old Alton Bridge, a ghostly hooligan, and a librarian who never "checked out." There is the tale of the sheriff who protects and serves the community from beyond the grave, and of the outlaw Sam Bass, whose spirit still roams the streets. Find stories of Nurse Betty tending patients from the afterlife, a theater manager who can't leave his job, a Texas hero (who survived The Massacre at Goliad to die in a Denton fire) still searching for his gold, and the spirit of John Denton protecting the town that bears his name Read the stories with an open mind. They are interwoven with the fascinating history of this small Texas town. After reading it, Denton will never look the same in the daylight.


Haunted Estill County (Haunted Kentucky Book 1)

Rebecca Patrick-Howard

A baby cries in a dark cave on one of the county’s tallest mountains, UFOs hover in the sky, thundering hoof beats surround visitors outside of an old farm house, Native Americans chant into the night, dark shadow people loom around store corners, and Civil War soldiers fight a battle that continues to this day. As arguably one of the most haunted counties in Kentucky, Estill County is home to a range of ghosts, spirits, angels, and demons that haunt and terrorize locals and visitors alike. Haunted Estill County investigates the stories and histories of some of the county’s most terrifying locations. Local legends, murder mysteries, and tales of the paranormal are all explored in this spellbinding collection which is sure to keep you up at night. Truth really can be stranger than fiction.

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