Paranormal investigations and so much more
I'm so happy that Spring has sprung (finally). The warmer weather makes me want to be more active and has given me a burst of creativity that I tend to lose when the colder weather lingers. I'll admit, I'm not a cold weather fan.
There's so many exciting things happening now and in the future on my calendar. Let's start with past events and then I'll tell you a little bit about what will be happening in the month of May.
First, I've started to do investigations with a local paranormal investigation team called Southern Ghost Girls led by Lesley Ann Hyde. This past Saturday we had the opportunity to go to Pulaski, TN and investigate Antoinette Hall, the oldest Opera House in Tennessee. To say the investigation was exciting is an understatement. We were able to get a ton of evidence and also speak to the resident paranormal investigation team, PPF Investigations. They have investigated the locatoin for the past five years and have gathered some very intriguing evidence.
Next up as far as paranormal investigations go will be Old South Pittsburgh Hospital in Tennessee. I'll be going there with the Southern Ghost Girls and M.L. Bullock one week apart, so this should be interesting. I can't wait to see what both teams pick up and what experiences we will have. It will be a ton of fun and I can't wait to get back in the body box (I know I'm weird.)
I'll be going LIVE on Facebook during the investigation with Monica, so make sure to like and follow my page.
Now on to the books! I'm in the middle of writing The Phantom Lamp with M.L. Bullock, Book Five of the Devecheaux Antiques and Haunted Things series. You can pre-order it here.
I'm also working on a stand alone (maybe) novel called Project Alice. This is not a paranormal book but a conspiracy theory type book. It is a story that's been swirling around in my head for some time now and I'm really excited about getting it published.
The other project that I have is working on a script to present for the Rocket City Playwright series competition. I entered last year and well, I don't want to talk about it. Just kidding, I enjoyed the experience and it really lit a fire under me to get started on writing scripts. I enjoy the process and I'm definitely ready to submit again.
On that note, I better get busy writing!!
Happy reading everyone!