Author Emily Hill’s ‘Ghost Chaser’ book fits spooky season
This month, My Edmonds News features businesses with a spooky twist. Today’s guest is Emily Hill, publishing coach and author of “The Ghost Chaser’s Daughter.’ Hill recently gave this update.
“I am owner of A.V. Harrison Publishing, a coaching service for progressive authors, both traditionally and independently published. A.V. Harrison Publishing has served the Edmonds community at WOTS, ArtsNow!, and BizArt conferences. As an author I tell tales with an Alfred Hitchcock twist, and write ghost stories that revel in hauntings and horror. My current book (in paperback) is titled, “The Ghost Chaser’s Daughter.’”
When asked what else she would like folks to know, Hill said, “Did you know that there are at least four ghosts in residence in Edmonds? Of course we all know that Frances Anderson haunts the halls of the community center that bears her name, but do you know about the ghost that roams the basements of the businesses along Main Street, west of Fifth Avenue? Have you heard about the apparition that appears at midnight in the mist along Puget Drive wearing an ethereal long white gown? And how about the eerie occasions that the shop owners along Fifth Avenue at Walnut Street experience: the un-sourced noises, the objects that are moved by unseen hands, the spine-tingling chills –oh my!”
To purchase Hill’s spine-tingling tale, check out the Edmonds Bookshop or Hill’s website. And if you have a business with a Halloween product or service – and you would like free publicity – then email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Janette Turner