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Hello, and welcome to my blog. I will try to share a little bit about myself on this blog and my updates to what I'm working on, but I make no promises! Lol. I can write up a storm, but I can't think of a thing to share personally. So let's keep it simple, shall we?

Below are the three covers I'd like to share that were created by a very talented lady for my Libby Grace Mystery Series. I did decide in the end to go with a more serious approach, but I didn't want to let this talent go to waste, so I am sharing the covers. Plus, you get to see the titles of my next two books in the series.

I really like the cartoon Libby, but I did take out references to glasses because it made it too complicated in my own head with Libby and being a ghost. That probably only makes sense to me. The cover I went with is below. I hope you like it just as well.

How to be a Ghost

The Libby Grace Mystery series is not a romance series, but there may be a touch of something there. Definitely, no sex! :)  I wanted to point that out since the title of book two might be a bit misleading. It's not about romance at all. Here is the blurb for book one for those who are interested.

How to be a Ghost

Divorced mom Libby Grace works as an elementary school teacher and has no social life to speak of. The most she has to worry about is finding a way to fix a leaky faucet without a budget for a plumber. The next thing Libby knows she’s standing at the foot of her son’s bed completely see-through!

Libby can’t remember what happened to her. Is she dead? She doesn’t know for sure because she can’t find her body, and the last place she remembers being, the local hardware store, instead of her own body, she finds the corpse of the store’s owner, husband to the mayor of her small town.

In order to solve the mystery surrounding her disappearance, Libby must figure out who killed George Walsh. Along the way, she gets help from her reclusive neighbor, Ian McClain, who has a secret of his own.

Author’s note: Books 2 and 3 will be out in 2014.