A Ghost in the Kitchen — Launch Party Trolley through Haunted Savannah!

Congratulations to Teagan on her book launch “A Ghost in the Kitchen – (Three Ingredients-2)”!
The launch is a ride through haunted Savannah, and she takes many of her friends along. Generous & creative, she also shares her friends blogs and books, and my “Nine Black Lives” is there! So, hop on the trolley, and enjoy the ride!

Teagan's Books

Saturday, September 21, 2019

Welcome to the launch party for A Ghost in the Kitchen!  It’s a wild ride on a magical trolley through haunted Savannah, Georgia.

All the Pip stories by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene

All the Pip books by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene. Purchase links: The Three Things Serial Story, Murder at the Bijou, and A Ghost in the Kitchen

Hi everyone. I’m sorry to interrupt The Delta Pearl.  My steampunk riverboat serial will be back next weekend.

Today I’m doing a very special post. I’ve finally “bookized” the third novel in my Roaring Twenties series about Pip.  I’ve brought a bunch of friends for this shindig on a magical 1920s trolley.  First let me tell you a little about this novel. 

When my character, Paisley Idelle Peabody (better known as Pip) came along, I started writing a type of fiction that I never expected.  Pip is a flapper. Her stories took me…

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35 thoughts on “A Ghost in the Kitchen — Launch Party Trolley through Haunted Savannah!

    1. OMG!! Thank you, Holly! I’m so happy you’ve read my book, and as for Savannah…. is it really as haunted as Teagan says it is? I was so busy having a good time, even a ghost would be welcome! ❦❦❦

      1. Five stars on your book Resa! I would not miss that. I was three when my father was stationed in Savannah, I have relatives there and have spent some there. It’s such a fascinating and magical city with its old cemeteries and Fort Sumter, Old plantations…so historic, it’s easy to imagine that it is a haunt! Xoxoxo

        1. Ahh, it sounds pretty fab! I adore old cemeteries.
          I once rented an apartment across from a beautiful park. Everyone said the same thing when they visited. “That’s a graveyard!”
          In the winter, when the trees were bare, and the landscape frozen and barren; it looked like the world’s biggest chess game.
          Each stone was a magnificent carving.
          (Thanks about my book!) xoxoxo

      1. 🙂 I was trying to get started on that today. But I’m mostly being “haunted” by my shoddy Internet. Hard to get anything done.
        But I’m delighted you’re on the trolley’s haunted tour and on the steampunk riverboat. Hugs.

  1. You are eternally sweet, dear Lonely! My book is free. You can download it from a page here. (I haven’t really advertised it much… couple of reviews)) https://graffitiluxandmurals.com/artists/
    I have it on Amazon, but I am boycotting them. Anyway, the one you can download is a more recent edition.
    I wrote a second book that I think is more intense, and more well written. However, it has some odd sexuality in it. It’s not a porno book or anything like that. It’s more about…. misplaced sexuality. I keep it kind of secret, as I am afraid people will think……………. Anyway, I know you (and a few others) won’t judge, so if you would like I would email you a PDF.

  2. Will be downloading and reading my friend. You amaze me. I love Savannah. My two favorite books “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil” and “Carrion Comfort” by my friend Dan Simmons here in Colorado both based in Savannah. I am sure your book will join this list soon. 🙂

        1. Cool! The first novella (The Three Things Serial) was set in Santa Rosa Sound, Florida. “Sound” was one of the random things from blog readers that drove the story. In the second book, Pip gets sent to Savannah to live with her grandmother.

    1. Thanks Daniel. I was using all my years in the film industry, to make fun of it!
      I’ve recently discovered Teagan’s blog. She does serials that include all of us, and are a lot of fun.

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