An Interview With a Ghost by Dena Garson

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ghostlypersuasion_msrI sat down with Seamus MacDonhnaill, the hero from Ghostly Persuasion, and asked him a few questions:

Describe yourself in four words.

Irish, strapping, curious and thankful.

What do you do for a living?

I am a wood worker by trade.

Boxers, briefs, or commando?

Katie has introduced me to your modern-day undergarments. I must say that while I am accustomed to what you call commando, these new boxer-briefs she acquired for me are quite comfortable.

What do you fear the most?

Being turned back into a spirit.

How did you get together with Katie in Ghostly Persuasion?

I frequented the suite she was given when she checked into Castle Tullamore. Fortunately she has the ability to see and hear spirits. I gave her tours of the castle, including some of the places not on the usual guest tours, and she helped me learn more of the curse that turned me into a spirit.

Tell me about your antagonist in Ghostly Persuasion. Is he/she evil or just confused? Does he/she have any good points? What ties you together?

Etain was a spoiled, vain woman who wanted every man around her to adore her. I believe Katie labeled her as “crazy.” The only good point I can think of with respect to Etain is that she is dead. What tied us together was the fact that she put a spell on me several hundred years ago.

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