Short Story Collection Now Available!


B.W. Ginsburg

Hey everyone! My short story collection, Abstract Clarity, is now available for purchase in Kindle and paperback format on! To check it out, please feel free to do so by clicking on the link below! Thank you for all your support!

About Abstract Clarity:

“The real meaning of Hell, a woman’s love for Halloween gone horribly wrong, and a magical pen. A mysterious place called Dream Land and an inanimate object that, with a little luck and hard work, helps change the world. In these five fantastical, terrifying, and beautiful stories, you will discover that there is more to life than the ordinary and explainable.” – Description written by B.W. Ginsburg, found on

Collection Includes These 5 Stories:

Historical Hell

October’s Rein

Write in Time

Dream Land


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Books For Mom!

Gift for Mother’s Day!

B.W. Ginsburg

Hi everyone! Mother’s Day is just around the corner, on May 14th! Why not give your mom (or yourself, for that matter) the gift of literature?

If your mom loves fantasy, horror, and a little bit of mystery, then she’ll love my new novel, Rest in Piece. Rest in Piece is about a young girl who must acknowledge the existence of the supernatural in order to save lost souls. When she discovers a beautiful object, her world is changed forever.

For more information on Rest in Piece, feel free to click here! Reviews for the novel are also available on Goodreads and

The price of Rest in Piece is $4.99 for the e-book and $12.99 for the paperback. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask. I can be contacted through commenting on any of my posts, through the contact page, or on Instagram at b.w.ginsburg48

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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!