Thursday, September 27, 2012


Specter Spectacular: 13 GhostlyTales, an anthology of new twists on the classic ghost story, is now available in trade paperback and ebook via,, and other online retailers. You can also find Specter Spectacular: 13 Ghostly Tales on Goodreads.

My story,"A Fitting Tribute" is included among the other awesome ghostly tales therein. 

Other stories feature the literary talents of Amanda C. Davis (“My Rest A Stone”), A. E. Decker (“Death and Taxes”), Larry Hodges (“The Haunts of Albert Einstein”), Sue Houghton (“The Secret of Echo Cottage”), Terence Kuch (“What If It Could Speak!”), Robbie MacNiven (“The Little House at Bull Run Creek”), Kou K. Nelson (“Safe Upon the Shore”), Jamie Rand (“Alabaster”), Shannon Robinson (“Wendigo”), Calie Voorhis (“Cooter, Ass-munch, and Me”), Jay Wilburn (“Pushed Out”), and Kristina Wojtaszek (“Cinder”).

Spirits, poltergeists, hauntings, creatures of the dark—Specter Spectacular: 13 Ghostly Tales delivers all these and more in thirteen spooky twists on the classic ghost story.  From the heartwarming and humorous to the eerie and chilling, this anthology holds a story for everyone who has ever been thrilled by the unknown or wondered what might lie beyond the grave. Step inside and witness ghosts of the past, tales of revenge, the inhuman, the innocent, the damned, and more. But be warned—once you cross the grave into this world of fantasy and fright, you may find there's no way back out.

The book was published by World Weaver Press, a publisher of fantasy, science fiction, and nonfiction, dedicated to producing quality novels, novellas, collections, and anthologies. As a small press, World Weaver seeks to produce books that engage the mind and ensnare the story-loving soul.

Happy Halloween reading!




Flicker said...

OK, I ordered it! Of course, I went for free shipping, so I'll probably get it the day before Halloween. Looking forward to reading it no matter when it arrives (November can be kind of a spooky month too).

Andrea Janes said...

Thrilling! I just finished reading the other stories in it and you won't be disappointed! I'm sure it'll get there swiftly and if not, no matter -- you're right about November being just as spooky as October. Frankly the whole October-through-December season is high season for ghosts if you ask me! Anyway, thanks for ordering and I hope you like the whole collection!