Not that kind of “ghost” writer: West Seattle author’s book on sale

“It’s like a modern, supernatural Jane Eyre.” That’s what West Seattle author Molly Ringle says about her paperback novel going on sale today, “The Ghost Downstairs,” also described as “a paranormal romance novel depicting an unusual workplace relationship in a house whose spirits refuse to rest.” Ringle’s inspiration: A haunted sorority house where she spent time during college in Oregon, though the novel is set in Seattle. Ringle says she’s published e-books before but this is her first paperback, issued by Wild Rose Press. It’s available online through Barnes and Noble or Amazon; you can read the first chapter online.

3 Replies to "Not that kind of "ghost" writer: West Seattle author's book on sale"

  • Lyanda April 3, 2009 (2:39 pm)

    Three cheers for West Seattle authors!

  • Lori Hinton April 3, 2009 (5:20 pm)

    Way to go Molly! Three cheers and a high five for Westside authors and fellow Ducks making a splash!

  • Molly April 4, 2009 (8:10 am)

    Thanks ladies! We’ll have to get together someday for a “West Seattle authors” table at the Farmers’ Market. :)

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