The author sent me a copy (mobi format) in exchange for an honest review.
My rating: 3.9 of 5 stars
(by David J. Schmidt)
This book goes into one theory about what ghosts and hauntings might be all about–they may not be “spirits” after all.
This book is free for all visitors to this site. To get your copy just tell me what address to send it to.
Genre(s): Ghosts, Non-Fiction
Series: Tiny Staircase
Length: 30 pages (estimated by reader)
Release Date: 2015-07
In the Whaley House, it isn’t unusual to hear footsteps walking across the wooden floorboards when you’re the only one in here. The first time this happens, you follow the footsteps to the back room where they stopped. You get ready to tell the person they can’t be in here, the building is closed. You prepare to ask them how they got in, since all the doors are locked – then you realize nobody is there.
This book is a collection of eleven events.
With Ghosts: Recordings of the Past, David J. Schmidt has created a suspenseful collection of eerie stories or – as the author states: “If you are a lover of eerie tales and appreciate life’s great mysteries, you’ll love the short books in The Tiny Staircase.” The stories show us different phenomena and provide food for thought. I had a good time reading Ghosts: Recordings of the Past – it is an interesting read. Some stories reminded me of some odd and seemingly inexplicable events. The collection with its explanations is pretty interesting.
This is for you if you are interested in ghosts, haunted places or just want to read about this topic from a different angle.
This book is part of the Tiny Staircase series, there’s more to come. To find out more about how to get the books in The Tiny Staircase series for free, sign up for David’s ghostly newsletter.
|Sexual content||No sexual content|
About the author
Connect with the Author:
Please take a look at my statement on reading in My train of thoughts on …reading. Now I am asking you. 🙂
My questions for you bibliophiles:
What about you? What did you think about Ghosts: Recordings of the Past? Or – if you did not yet read Ghosts: Recordings of the Past – are you now interested in reading it yourself?
My question for you cinephiles:
If one or more of the stories within Ghosts: Recordings of the Past was filmed – who should direct it/them, who could you imagine as actors?
I am looking forward to reading your comments. 🙂