Amy Stilgenbauer is an information scientist, freelance writer, and baseball aficionado, who spends her life split between Ohio and Michigan; the two places where she fell deeply in love with America's National Pastime. She received her degree in writing from Mount Union College in 2007.
Jaclyn has always known her family was unusual. Her mother is a witch and her father, well, he's been dead for almost 600 years. On her 23rd Halloween, family secrets will be revealed that change everything.
This set of three short interconnected folk ghost stories reads like sitting on a front porch listening to neighbors, family and friends share tales. It is ideal for a quick read, especially if you like a touch of paranormal with a hint of local lore. I recommend this to anyone with a interest in local lore, oral histories, or folk tales, which exactly why I picked it up and am very glad that I did.