The Rest in Piece Book Tag!

The new Rest in Piece Book Tag is here! Feel free to participate and let me know if you do!

B.W. Ginsburg

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This is an original book tag created by yours truly, B.W. Ginsburg at Getting Through Anxiety and Rest in Piece Book Blog. To get all of you excited for my new book, Rest in Piece,  I thought I would make this tag for all who want to participate to enjoy! Remember that my book is available for purchase on Amazon! Special thanks goes to everyone who has supported my writing!

The Rules:

1.) Answer the questions as best as you can

2.) Post the picture of the tag on your own post

3.) Mention who tagged you and thank them for the tag

4.) Tag whoever you want

5.) Have fun!

Now, for the questions:

1.) Ghost, demon, or angel? Which of the following would you most like to be and why?

I’d have to go with angel. Maybe to some it sounds boring, but I’d much…

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Calling All Bloggers!

Hey everyone! As many of you may already know, I’ve recently published my first book ever, Rest in Piece! Due to not having any social media outlets other than my blogs, it can be very difficult getting the word out. Therefore, I thought I would kindly ask any of you who would like to help, to spread the word about me selling my novel. I would greatly appreciate your assistance. Here are the details:

DESCRIPTION:

“Though decades apart, two young girls are connected in a way that is both fantastical and surreal. When twelve year old Louise Erikson finds out that she holds the key to saving a nine year old who disappeared twenty years earlier, she decides to accept the challenge. Will Louise be able to rescue the girl and the others locked away with her before it’s too late?”

FORMAT:

Rest in Piece is an e-book

GENRE:

Horror, Fantasy

WHERE TO BUY:

Amazon. You can go on Amazon and type in B.W. Ginsburg in the search section and Rest in Piece will come up. Or you can purchase the book, by clicking this link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MG6N5CQ/ref=sr_1_3?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1477785800&sr=1-3&keywords=Rest+in+Piece.

WHERE TO FIND MORE INFO ABOUT AUTHOR, BOOK, ETC:

My book blog at: https://restinpieceblog.wordpress.com/

WHERE TO FIND REVIEWS FOR REST IN PIECE:

https://writingradiation.wordpress.com/2016/11/12/book-review-rest-in-piece-by-b-w-ginsburg/

Rest in Piece by [Ginsburg, B.W.] © D. Ginsburg

Thanks,

B.W. Ginsburg

A.K.A. B.G.

P.S. Thank you to everyone who has supported my writing, purchased my book, and helped me spread the word! I greatly appreciate it!

What If…

About my story…

B.W. Ginsburg

What if you were only twelve years old and the fate of hundreds of lost souls rested in your hands? What if you found out that you could safe someone who disappeared years ago, leaving her family missing her every day of their lives? What if you had felt the need to take on this huge responsibility, even if you knew that those around you might doubt that everything going on was really happening? Would you step up and do everything you could to do what you knew was right? How would you take on this enormous task? Would you walk away or would you do everything in your power to help those who counted on you to be saved?

This and so much more is what Louise Erikson, protagonist of my new published story, Rest in Piece, has to deal with. If you’d like to purchase a copy, feel…

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My Book Rest in Piece

Hey guys! So as many of you know, I just recently published my story Rest in Piece! If you haven’t already and would like to, you can check out my blog that I created for the book here. Also, below is a quick summary of the story. To purchase a copy of the story, click the link below!

Rest in Piece by B.W. Ginsburg

Though decades apart, two young girls are connected in a way that is both fantastical and surreal. When twelve year old Louise Erikson finds out that she holds the key to saving a nine year old who disappeared twenty years earlier, she decides to accept the challenge. Will Louise be able to rescue the girl and the others locked away with her before it’s too late?

Thanks,

B.W. Ginsburg

A.K.A. B.G.

P.S. Thank you to everyone who has purchased my book and who support my writing! I greatly appreciate it!

If You Could See Me Now – A Book Review

Copyright: 1977

Rating: 4.7/5

My Synopsis:

On July 21, 1955, two cousins make a pact that in twenty years, whether married or not, they will meet back where they grew up. However, what the two cousins don’t realize is that something will happen that night that will change their lives forever.

 

Twenty years later, Miles returns to the town where he grew up. While he says that it’s to write a book, he knows that the real reason for his return is much more meaningful, to meet up with his cousin.

Young women around town start to be found both killed and raped. Due to his slightly devious past, all eyes are on Miles. From the women in the stores to the farmers, side glances and rude remarks make their way towards the man who has returned after several years.

My Opinion:

This is the first book I ever read by Peter Straub and let me tell you that I was impressed! From start to finish, the story keeps you on edge, wondering why everyone acts the way they do.

The characters in this book are easy to both fall in love with and hate. The book goes beyond examining the spiritual and strange, and shows just how truly interesting humanity can be. Not only does Straub talk about topics such as death and suspicion, but also about the human condition, the minds of criminals, secrets amongst humanity, and much more.

The way that Peter Straub writes this story is wonderful. He uses imagery well and while some images are disturbing, it evokes just how cruel some individuals can be. Also, as in many ghost stories, movies, and shows, the book studies the idea of the smallest towns being the ones with the citizens that hold the biggest, deepest, and darkest secrets.

While there may not be action in every single page, the good writing and the thrilling topics in this story such as humanity, suspicion, and paranormal activity, keep the reader more than interested. This is a good solid read!

 

Hell Fire – A Book Review

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Copyright: 1986

Rating: 4.5./5

My Synopsis:

Beth Rogers just recently became a member of the Sturgess family though both Abigail and Tracy Sturgess act as if she and her mother are scum. Meanwhile, Beth’s stepfather, Philip is determined to make his wife and stepdaughter feel at home.

A hundred years ago, something horrible happened at the family mill. However, the tragedy has been held a secret for years. Before he died, Conrad Sturgess urged that the mill be torn down, but no one listened and now, years later, people are finally starting to wonder if he was right. Will Philip and Beth’s father, Alan, stop working on the mill and listen to those who say it’s a bad idea to keep it there, or will they continue to work on it against some of the townspeople’s wishes?

My Opinion:

Another ghost story is cleverly and skillfully delivered to us by John Saul. While the book starts out a little slow, it soon turns into a fast-paced page turner. Saul is amazing at including imagery that makes us feel as if we are part of the story and he has a great talent for developing characters that we find ourselves feeling strongly about. We know immediately who to root for and who we want to fail.

This story is a little “creepier” than The Unwanted and Nathaniel. While Nathaniel was definitely eerie, Hell Fire contains more violence and frightening imagery. However, that’s part of what adds to the greatness of the story. The plot is filled with mystery, violence, history, and revenge.

Another great thing about Hell Fire is that it touches on so many issues that are relevant in the world today. The story is not only a ghost story, but it also deals with class and the resentment that one side of a town has for the other. The story also touches on the hatred that one sibling can have for another and how jealousy can turn a person into something someone else may have never thought imaginable. If you’re looking for a book that has many facets and is scary at the same time as relevant, Hell Fire is definitely for you!