The Ghost and the Author
by Michael Grant
Dan Grier is a serious writer, but he’s desperate for money and turns to writing pulp fiction. And then he’s visited by a—ghost? A Muse? Whatever she is, the young feisty Irish woman, born in the seventeenth century and a writer herself, refuses to let him off so easily.
What ensues is a struggle for the writer’s answer to the age-old question: Which is more important, literary merit or money?