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Featured Friday: Good Ghost Gone Bad by Janiera Eldridge

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Synopsis:

Brianna Moreno was an average 22-year-old women who loved shopping, hanging out with her friends and making more career plans....until the night she was brutally and unexpectedly murdered.

Now she finds herself trapped in the ghost world while residing on earth. The problem is, her killer can see all of his ghostly victims and enjoys taunting them as much as he does killing them.Brianna soon finds out that her killer has horrible new plans concerning her family.

Brianna meets up with a few of her killer's past victims to hatch a plan so terrifying, the entire town will never be the same again.

Brianna is a good ghost gone bad; the good girl side is gone forever!

*This book is not a YA read. It's an 18+ only novella that features sex, strong language and strong violence.


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Excerpt
That’s when I saw my face on the TV. It was my high school picture from four years ago. My face was fuller since I had lost 25 pounds this year from spending some of my spare time on a recreational soccer team but overall, I looked the same. There was no way I could fool myself into thinking it wasn’t me on the television screen. Next to the picture were the stats that once belonged to my physical self. The conservative looking reporter with his perfectly brushed come-over and bright blue eyes said I was 5’9, 145 pounds, black curly hair, dark skin, hazel eyes. My body shuttered from crying with no tears. It was a pathetic scene (which I was glad no one could see) but I cried harder knowing there was really no relief from this terrible pain. In life, tears were a way of watching emotional pain flee from the body, but now they were stuffed deep down inside of me somewhere and bottled up with a cork. I couldn’t hear what was being said on the TV and really didn’t want to. My parents must have gone to the police and said I was missing. I disappeared just in time to make the 11 O’clock news; I’m sure my killer was at home enjoying this. Exploding in anger, I punched the outside wall that faced the street. The couple sitting side by side on the couch shivered and moved apart. They felt me! “Hello!” I screamed at the top of my lungs. They didn’t budge anymore, but for a moment they did feel me. There was no hole in the wall, but they must have heard when the punch landed. For a short time, I was a part of the normal world again.

Author Bio:
Janiera enjoys feeding her book addiction when she not writing. Writing is theraputic to her during her struggles with Fibromyalgia. Being unable to work a normal 9-5 is what encouraged her to write full time. She is also a book blogger at Beauty and Books where she mixes being a book nerd with keeping things chic. When not reading or writing she is freelance writing in the entertainment industry.When trying to relax she likes a huge yard sale on a Saturday morning, rainy days to read by and nacho cheese is her kryptonite. Soul Sisters is her debut novel.
Feel free to visit her book blog where she loves reviewing books and doing author interview at Books & Beauty- http://janieraeldridge.blogspot.com. She loves feedback and welcomes any questions or comments to her email: prettyhaydengurl@yahoo.com or connect with her through her author page: https://www.facebook.com/authorjanieraeldridge


Interview with Janiera: 
1.      What did you learn while writing your book?
I learned that if you really have a passion for writing, your writing will take up a life of its own. Your characters will start doing all sorts of things all by themselves. I thought when writers mentioned this it was myth but, as I wrote I saw my book bloom into something better than I could imagine.
2. What are you working on right now?
I’m always a freelancer looking for work in the entertainment, beauty, health and book world. I’m spending most of my time right now preparing to attend the 2013  Indie Bookfest, meeting new fans and working on the third book in the Soul Sisters series!

3. What gave you the desire to write?
I loved writing in high school but never had the time to finish anything. After leaving college because of my Fibromyalgia writing became a way for me to escape from my pain. The more I read the more I was inspired to write and tell my own stories. In a way I’m grateful for the unexpected turn my life took because I love to write so much.
4. Who is your favorite author and why do you enjoy their work so much?

My favorite author is Stephanie Meyers. Despite how much negativity surrounds her Twilight books, the women renewed people’s love for reading (me included).  It was just such a wonderful story that though the writing was simple it pulled me in and I could never put it down! Her work really inspired me to write a good story because after all that truly is what reading is all about.
5. Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?
Thank you so much for wanting to read my book!  There are so many wonderful reads out there and I never take for granted that you chose to read my book. Always, happy reading!

Praise for Good Ghost Gone Bad:
This book was so good I couldn't put it down, but that was also because I was so scared I was gripping my e-reader too tightly. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time. This book is certain to be a cult classic YA Horror. I can't wait to read more from this author.”
-Avid Reader

“This book was a fun, quick read that would be great for any horror fan. The main character, Brianna, is brutally murdered by a crazy serial killer and her ghost is left in limbo with out the ability to move on. When that same serial killer begins to stalk Brianna's little sister, past victims of the same guy show up with a murderous plot to protect the innocent while pursuing some much needed vengeance!

It's bloody, it's gory, it's vindictive, and it's frightening! This novella will make you think twice about the things that go bump in the night.”

-Cover designer & author Marya Heiman                                  






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  1. Thanks for hosting me today on your great blog! :)

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