Day 4 of the WordCrafter “Lingering Spirit Whispers” Book Blog Tour: Interview with author Roberta Eaton Cheadle

Today, I am being interviewed by Undawned blog as part of the WordCrafter Lingering Spirit Whispers book blog tour. Thank you to Kaye Lynne Booth from Writing to be Read for organising the tour.

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Lingering Spirit Whispers Book Blog Tour

Welcome to Day #4 of the WordCrafter Lingering Spirit Whispers Book Blog Tour, where we’re celebrating the release of the Lingering Spirit Whispers paranormal anthology set. This unique paranormal set combines three paranormal anthologies into a single set for ghosties galore, and you can get your copy here.

Lingering Spirit Whispers

Today we’re over at Un dawnted, where D.L. Mullen interviews contributing author, Roberta Eaton Cheadle, the only author beside myself to contribute stories to all three anthologies.

Roberta Eaton Cheadle is writer of young adult and adult fiction in the supernatural fantasy, historical horror, and historical supernatural genres.To date, Roberta has published two novels,Through the NethergateandA Ghost and His Gold, and several short stories in various anthologies includingWhispers of the PastandSpirits of the West, andWhere Spirits Lingeredited and compiled by Kaye…

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18 thoughts on “Day 4 of the WordCrafter “Lingering Spirit Whispers” Book Blog Tour: Interview with author Roberta Eaton Cheadle

  1. I learn something new in every interview Robbie. That home invasion must have been terrifying. We have them here too, generally in suburban homes. I’ve had my apartment burglarized, but I’ve never been robbed at gunpoint or in any other personal way. (K)

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    1. Hi Kerfe, you never recover fully psychologically from such an event. It is a sad thing because it has made me much more wary of people, especially men I do not know. It impacts on your interactions with society. I have found other ways of giving and sharing with less human contact, but it’s not quiet the same. Hugs.


  2. What a wonderful interview, Robbie, and you are truly a prolific and talented author. My head spins thinking of all you’ve written, along with juggling life in between. It is interesting to learn more about you. That home invasion sounds horrific. I can relate to children’s illnesses with my daughter’s diagnosis, and now my son is going through something similar, which is strangely coincidental. Anyway, congrats on the spotlight and all your amazing books. I’m not one to read horror though, Robbie. I used to watch the movies when I was young, and a couple still haunt me to this day. 🙂 But Stephen King is amazing, and I did read his book on writing which was wonderful.
    Thanks for sharing this glimpse.

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    1. Hi Lauren, I am glad you enjoyed this interview and I am really sorry to hear about your son. Our children being ill is a terrible thing for parents – the worst thing in the world. Certainly horror is not for everyone, although I write more paranormal than what is deemed to be horror. Who knew horror had so many different sub-genres?

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