I’ve loved ghost stories ever since I was a little kid. I grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, so I was raised on tales of the ghostly monks of St-James-the-Sag, Archer Avenue, Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery, Resurrection Mary, and the screaming mummy of the Field Museum. And I devoured it all.
When I grew up and started writing my own stories, I began with fiction. After many years of doing that, I finally copped a clue and moved over to what I was really good at: true ghost stories. I’m lucky enough to live within ten minutes of one of the most haunted places in Illinois — the Peoria State Hospital. So that’s where I spend a lot of my ghost hunting time.
So if you like true ghost stories, please scope out my books. They’re all available on Amazon and at Bookshop.org. (If you purchase them through Bookshop, part of your money goes to help independent bookstores. Just sayin’.) And if you like them, why not write a quick review on Amazon or on Goodreads? It would be deeply appreciated.