‘I Married A Ghost’ by Len E Hooke

A writer has an idea for a book, but all he has is the title. He has an idea for the plot, but finds it impossible to record his thoughts on his laptop. The writer previously suffered from anger issues and is a recovered alcoholic. Writing was the source of his escape before.

Stress creeps into his family life, as his inability to record this new book starts to eat away at him. He feels in danger of sinking back into the hole he crawled out of before. An old friend is travelling abroad and asks the writer to look after the house. The writer agrees immediately. It sounds a perfect opportunity for the solitude and focus he enjoyed when he first started writing.

In the new house the book takes off. He has new and exciting ideas, he develops inventive characters and surreal plots that keep him buzzing. He spends more time at the house, until he starts staying overnight. That is when things become strange. Voices whisper to him, shadows move around him, the house becomes addictive. He must finish the book. Or the house will finish him.

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