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The Ghost in the Closet

Written by M. K. Theodoratus

Genre: Dark Fantasy, Paranormal

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Over the years, Dumdie Swartz has developed many weird habits to hide the fact she sees ghosts. When her boss fired her because he thought her trances were mini-strokes, Dumdie becomes homeless, just another old lady living in her car.

Being homeless isn't Dumdie's biggest problem. When she finds a room at a private shelter, Dumdie discovers the ghost of the previous owner haunts her room, a ghost with a problem of her own. Her will is lost, and the shelter’s existence is threatened.

Dumdie must conquer her fear of upsetting people if she's to find the will and save the shelter for herself and the other ladies.

An excerpt from

The Ghost in the Closet


Here's what

Fans are saying

What an unexpected treat! This is one of those stories that will start off with a bang and not let up until the very last page. It really keeps on a great pace throughout.

The concept of this story was very imaginative and the execution was there.

It was spooky, with surprises and a plot that kept giving to the last page.

It packs a lot into a short Novella that will keep any reader engrossed.

This very short novel rushes speed ahead from the first paragraph. I was impressed that clear characters were able to be developed in just 22 pages, and have a plot that was interesting from beginning to end.

You have to feel sorry for Dumdie, as it is not her fault that she see's spirits-this seeing of spirits is what landed her in the homeless shelter {old mansion-refurbished} to begin with.

While some know of her abilities, nobody was prepared for a spirit to contact her at this location. This was supposed to be the beginning of her road back from losing everything.

When the shelter is in danger of closing its doors is where all the puzzle pieces start to fall into place. Who is the spirit? What is the spirit searching for by reaching out to Dumdie?

This is one book that you should take the time to read to find out the outcome.

Brilliant use of characters, descriptions, scenes, and fast paced plot.
— Danelle

Author Bio

M. K. Theodoratus

M. K. Theodoratus has been intrigued by fantasy since she discovered the Oz books. She has traveled through many fantasy worlds since then. When she's not reading about other writer's worlds, she's creating her own -- mostly that of the Far Isle Half-Elven where she explores the social and political influences of population genetics in a hybrid elf/human population.

A sixth grade English assignment introduced her to story writing. The teacher asked for a short story. She got an incomplete, 25-page Nancy Drew pastiche which turned into a novel the next summer. Theodoratus has been addicted to writing stories ever after.