Ghostly Reading

And more details on the Gunslingers and Ghost Stories anthology.

The Ghostly reading at the Broadway Book Mall in Denver was a huge success. The turn out was really good, the stories by all the authors, very entertaining, and several people told me they really enjoyed my reading of The Saloon of Doom. It was really too long to read the whole story, so I read the part where they first encounter the ghosts. People laughed at the squirrel jokes and Brown’s antics and I got several requests for the whole story, which will of course be out on December 1st. It was a really good experience. Below is the author line up.

Thank you all for the advice you left on my previous post about it. Helped a ton! (not going first helped a ton too. ^.^)

 

Ghosts are not just found in haunted houses. They have a disturbing tendency to turn up where you least expect them: like saloons, brothels, Indian ruins–and sometimes even in the middle of a gunfight. Saddle up for a haunted ride through the Wild West. Featuring spooky stories by Joel Jenkins, Dana Bell, Laura Givens, Henrik Ramsager, Kit Volker, Kenneth W. Cain, Adrian Ludens, C. J. Killmer, Darla Upchurch, John Howard & J. A. Campbell.

The Line Up:
Old Mother Hennessy By Joel Jenkins

The Ruins By Dana Bell

Chin Song Ping and the Hungry Ghosts By Laura Givens

Gentleman Caller By Henrik Ramsager

Smoke People By Kit Volker

Avenged By Kenneth W. Cain

Ghost Soup By Adrian Ludens

The Empty Holster By C. J. Killmer

Forever in Oro By Darla Upchurch

Mountain Man By John Howard

The Saloon of Doom By J. A. Campbell

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