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Kentucky’s Haunted Mansions by Jacob and Jenny Floyd Now Available in Print and eBook Editions!

Kentucky's Haunted Mansions, the new release from Jacob and Jenny Floyd, is now available from Seventh Star Press in print and eBook editions!

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Kentucky's Haunted Mansions brings history to life (and the afterlife!) in the pages of this exciting new release from Jacob and Jenny Floyd! Explore elegant estates and the history behind them, while you read accounts of the ghostly and paranormal said to be taking place at each of these magnificent locations! Synopsis of Kentucky's Haunted Mansions: Kentucky's Haunted Mansions, from paranormal authors Jacob and Jenny Floyd, will take you into the homes of the dignitaries and luminaries that made Kentucky industrious through business, bureaucracy, and bloodshed. Beyond the rich, sweeping history that these men wrote, there lies the spiritual energy their lives left behind. Some of these mansions are alleged to be haunted, and many ghostly reports have come out of them. Read about phantoms such as the angry young girl at Griffin Gate to the vanishing cat of the Loudon House. Explore the accounts of the Aging Lady on the stairs at Elmwood and the Creature of the Cross Breeze at Wickland Estate Discover several of the most elegant and haunted homes across the commonwealth. But rest assured, foolish mortals, there are no hitchhiking ghosts here—that we know of! About Jacob and Jenny Floyd: Jacob and Jenny Floyd (also known as The Frightening Floyds) are paranormal authors, ghost hunters, and tour operators from Louisville, Kentucky. Jenny is a sensitive and an empath that has been around the paranormal for years. Jacob Floyd has been a writer and paranormal enthusiast for years and enjoys all things creepy and macabre. They recently began two tours in Kentucky—the Shepherdsville History and Haunts Tour and the NuLu History and Haunts Tour—and have been a part of numerous ghost hunts in graveyards, hotels, and other various buildings. They live in a home surrounded by pets and one possible ghost.

Eric Garrison’s New Road Ghosts eBook Short Story, Spectral Delivery!

Seventh Star Press is proud to announce the availability of a new Road Ghosts Story from Eric Garrison, the eBook short story "Spectral Delivery"!
Featuring new cover art by Kirsten Maloney, and edited by Kathy Watness and R.J. Sullivan, the story is from the same world that includes Eric's Road Ghosts Trilogy books such as Four 'til Late and Sinking Down. The eBook short story is perfect for Valentine's day and is available for only 99 cents for the Kindle, Nook, iBookstore, Kobo, and other reading devices. Pick up "Spectral Delivery" today at the links below!
Synopsis of "Spectral Delivery": Meet Enid, a pizza delivery trainee who's stuck riding along with ghost-geek Brett on Valentine's Day night. Her boyfriend begs her to try to get off early, but things get weirder and weirder as she and Brett find paranormal activity at every stop. Fascinated, Enid finds herself pulled into Brett's shadowy world as they race to get hot pizza to their final destination, and see that love is a tie that binds spirits long after death. "Spectral Delivery" is a Road Ghosts Story, part of the world that includes the Road Ghost Trilogy books such as Four 'til Late and Sinking Down.
About the Author: Eric Garrison is active in the writing community in Indianapolis, Indiana. He lives in the Circle City with his wife, step-daughter and a cabal of cats. He also enjoys gaming, home brewing beer, and finding innovative uses for duct tape. Eric’s novel, Reality Check, is a science fiction adventure released by Hydra Publications. Reality Check reached #1 in Science Fiction on Amazon.com during a promotion in July 2013. Seventh Star Press is the home of Eric’s supernatural fantasy series, Road Ghosts, including Four ‘til Late, Sinking Down, and the upcoming Me and the Devil. Follow Eric’s further adventures on http://sillyhatbooks.com