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Lighthouse #Wormhole

lighthouse in Iceland

The sun sets behind the lighthouse and beach at Grótta in the town of Seltjarnarnes at the north-westernmost tip of Greater Reykjavik. The lighthouse sits on a small spit on the end of the Seltjarnarnes peninsula that juts into icy North Atlantic waters at he edge of Faxaflói bay. The spit becomes an island at high tide. Copyright by WyoJones. All rights reserved. Used with permission

I’ve always been fascinated by lighthouses and always wanted to use one in a book. So when I was asked to participate in a paranormal boxed set/anthology a year or so back, I was determined to use a lighthouse in the story.

Without giving too much away about the story, Specters in the Storm’s primary setting is a lighthouse, one that may or may not have special properties.

So when I saw this image in the hub’s Flickr feed, I knew it had to be a wormhole post.

Specters in the Storm cover

In two days it will be October, and time to dive into some Halloween reading. Specters in the Storm has been called by reviewers (when it was part of the Edge of Never boxed set now off sale):

“…well written and edited and SMART…

“Was an excellent book…”

“…full of suspense, humor, mystery, drama, secrets, lots of action…”

“…awesome paranormal detective story…”

I had a ton of cool lighthouse research left and I’m wondering if I should write another lighthouse story. What do you think?

I love comments so much that I pick a favorite to receive a $25 gift card from my Zazzle store. The recipient is announced in the first blog post of the new month.

Perilously yours,


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