Smorgasbord Bookshelf 2022- Share an Extract from your latest book – #Paranormal #Historical #BoerWar A Ghost and his Gold by Roberta Eaton Cheadle

Thank you to lovely Sally Cronin of Smorgasbord Blog Magazine for sharing this extract from my book, A Ghost and His Gold. If you don’t know Sally you really are missing out. She has an amazing blog where she shares book reviews, updates about authors and new books, articles about health and recipes, as well as interesting posts about her life. She shares some great joke posts too. Sally also has several excellent books of poetry and prose, as well as some non-fiction books on good health and diet.

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

In this series you are invited to share an extract of 500 words from your most recent book published within the last 12 months. Details at the end of the post.

The aim of the series

  1. To showcase your latest book and sell some more copies.
  2. Gain more reviews for the book.
  3. Promote a selection of your other books that are available.

The next extract is from the historical novel set in South Africa during the Boer War, A Ghost and His Gold by Roberta Eaton Cheadle – Another book that I can recommend.

robbie a ghost and his goldAbout the book

After Tom and Michelle Cleveland move into their recently built, modern townhouse, their housewarming party is disrupted when a drunken game with an Ouija board goes wrong and summonses a sinister poltergeist, Estelle, who died in 1904. Estelle makes her presence known in a series of terrifying events, culminating in her attacking Tom…

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18 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Bookshelf 2022- Share an Extract from your latest book – #Paranormal #Historical #BoerWar A Ghost and his Gold by Roberta Eaton Cheadle

    1. HI Wayne, there is a poltergeist called Estelle. There are also two other ghosts called Pieter and Robert. They are referred to in the blurb like this: Who are the shadows lurking in the background – one in an old-fashioned slouch hat and the other, a soldier, carrying a rifle?

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