Pre-order Zephyr Stone and the Moon Mist Ghost
We are thrilled to present Zephyr Stone and the Moon Mist Ghost by Kathryn Louise Wood, published by Blue Ink Press.
Order now and get your copy on release day - April 20, 2021!
Kathryn is offering some Thank-You gifts for each pre-ordered copy. Specially designed and author-signed bookmarks and a story-related button pin. In addition, the first ten orders receive a “fancy” lenticular version of the bookmark and a tourmalinated quartz crystal bead (when you read the book, you’ll know why!) All pre-order customers (as well as anyone who signs onto Kathryn’s email list, KathrynLouiseWoodAuthor@
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Twelve-year-old Zephyr’s world is turned upside down after an encounter with a 300-year-old Native American ghost during what was supposed to be a boring weekend at her grandma’s house on the edge of the Great Dismal Swamp.
Now, not only is Zephyr charged with bringing peace to a restless spirit who has been searching hundreds of years for her long-lost child, but Zephyr's dog, Sam, has also mysteriously switched spirits with the ghost’s phantom cat.
Can Zephyr become the ghost charmer her grandma says she is and solve the mystery by the deadline of November’s full moon? Or will she doom the ghost in the mist, as well as her beloved Sam, to an eternity of searching the swamp?
Kate Louise Wood was born in Washington, North Carolina with deep ancestral roots in her home state stretching back to the 17th century. She received her BS in Education from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia and, as a life-long learner and wearer of multiple hats, has worked as a teacher, social worker, television re-enactment actress, nationally certified massage therapist, writer, and award-winning photographic artist. She and her husband live in the lovely, historic town of Edenton, NC, sharing their quirky, little 1895 cottage with their two dogs, and the memories of loved ones with whom they have shared their lives. Kate is excited to join the Blue Ink Press family and grateful to have found a wonderful home for her first Middle Grade novel.