Sunday, April 23, 2017
You Can’t Keep a Good Ghost Down
Have you ever tried concentrating while someone’s flying around the room? I mean, literally, Geneva is flying around and around and around the room. I’d ask her to stop (because she’s beginning to make me dizzy) but how can I do that? She’s so excited—or in her words (at the top of her lungs)—“I HAVEN’T BEEN THIS HAPPY SINCE THE DAY BEFORE I DIED!”
Well, okay, that sounds kind of macabre, but it’s probably true. Geneva’s the ghost who came to stay at The Weaver’s Cat, my fiber and fabric shop in Blue Plum, Tennessee. She was pretty depressed when I met her in Last Wool and Testament. But through the adventures we’ve shared, in four other books, she’s gradually been coming to terms with her “situation.”
But why is Geneva so excited today? Because we have news to share, and I promised her that she can be the one to tell you. Be prepared, though, because she’s still flying around the room. Are you ready, Geneva?
So there you have it. We’ll all be back and solving mysteries again in Crewel and Unusual and Yarned and Dangerous. We ask your patience, though, because our author has to write the books before you can read them. But we’ll keep you posted on her progress. Now here’s Geneva, again. She has one more thing she’d like to tell you.
Molly MacRae is the author of the award-winning, national bestselling Haunted Yarn Shop Mysteries and the Highland Bookshop Mysteries. Visit Molly on Facebook and Pinterest, connect with her on Twitter @mysteryMacRae, or find her the first Monday of each month at Amy Alessio’s Vintage Cookbooks and Crafts.