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In Book 4 Stevie once again encounters a phantom in need of assistance. This time it happened in a prison graveyard in Amarillo, Texas. That’s also where she found her dad, Big Steve, but it didn’t end there. This phantom not only coaxed Stevie and Jase across state lines, she coaxed them across all kinds of other boundaries, too.
Of course she did, after all, this one was the Phantom of Forever.
Intro to Stevie-girl and the Phantom of Forever
Over the years I’ve discovered it’s easy to lose touch with people—even those you love—because day-to-day life has a way of forcing us to move forward and keep going whether we’re ready or not. Before you know it, years have crept by. It happens over and over again, even after we’re gone. Yes, you read that right. I said even after we’re gone. You don’t believe me? Just read these letters. They’re my proof. You see, Jase and I have this thing, this magnetism—that’s the only way I know how to describe it—that causes us to attract spirits. We seem to attract them wherever we go.
It started when a small plane crashed in Jase’s back pasture a couple of years ago and it hasn’t ended yet. We help them, the spirits. Help them solve whatever problem is keeping them tethered to this realm. It isn’t something we seek to do; it’s something we have to do.
When I travelled to the prison to meet my father, it happened again. Only this time, I was
alone. I didn’t have Jase there to help me. All I had were these letters we wrote back and forth.
Letters that kept me tethered to the world of my little family the same way the spirits are sometimes
kept tethered to the world they once inhabited.
A former emergency services dispatcher, rock-n-roll radio station secretary, hospital information operator, and grade school teacher, Ann Swann has been many things. Through it all were the words. She's been a writer since her teenage years and began winning fiction awards in college. As a child she grew up much like Stevie-girl in small town Texas. One difference? Ann never got up the nerve to enter the haunted house alone - she waited until she married her husband, Dude, then they went in together. Ann would love to hear your thoughts on her stories. Feel free to message her at any of the following social media sites:
Other Books by Ann Swann
2011 Stevie-girl and The Phantom Pilot– 5 Prince Publishing (2018)
2012 Stevie-girl and The Phantom Student– Cool Well Press (Now with 5 Prince)
2013 Stevie-girl and the Phantom of Crybaby Bridge– (5 Prince)
2012 All For Love– 5 Prince Publishing
2013 Stutter Creek(Book One) – 5 Prince Publishing
2015 Lilac Lane(Book Two) – 5 Prince Publishing
2016 Copper Lake(Book Three) – 5 Prince Publishing
2016 Takers: Apocalypse in Eden– Createspace
2017 The Remains in the Pond- 5 Prince Publishing
Coming March 4th, Book 4 in the Phantoms series: Stevie-girl and the Phantom of Forever
“Bamboozled” Alfred Hitchcock Magazine
“The Gap” and“In Search of Water”The Rusty Nail (previously published inThe Sandstorm)
“Soul Gardener” Timeless: Cool Well Press, Anthology
“The Fee” A World of Terror:Grey Mouse Publishing, (formerly titled The Warning)
“SleepAway Pounds”Seasonal, Sweet, and Suspenseful, Anthology
“Where It Will Land”– EasyStreetMagazine (2017)
“Baby Doll Rig”West Texas Lore & Legends, Anthology (2017)
“The Sweet Scent of Home” Cool Weather, Warm Hearts, Anthology (2018)
Book Links and Public Contact Information:
Barnes & Noble: http://tinyurl.com/cfakkue
5 Prince Books: http://www.5princebooks.com/annswann.html