Pumpkins, ghosts, black cats and witches…

30 Sep

What do they all add up to? Yes..it’s Halloween time of the year again. Halloween, as I mentioned in my post this time last year, is not a Czech Tradition, although it is slowly catching on. As a cultural ‘English’ language lesson it features on our school timetable now.

Many of the candy stores have Halloween candy and Prague plays host to many a Halloween party.

So…this year my blog has a very special feature to celebrate Halloween the whole month long!

Everyday we will have a post of a book published by Gypsy Shadow Publishing house that has a Halloweenish theme. Book browsing brought to your computer!

You will be able to read something about the authors, see their work and even have direct links where to buy them. Do keep checking throughout the month, there is definitely something for YOU.

Now just a bit about Gypsy Shadow Publishing itself.

Gypsy Shadow Publishing is a new electronic publishing company that came into being September 1, 2009. Its founders, Denise Bartlett and Charlotte Holley, are veteran authors themselves and have worked in various aspects of the print world for decades. With experience ranging from writing short stories and poetry to full length novels, newspaper columns and reviews to news and investigative articles, Bartlett and Holley are not strangers to the written word.

Gypsy Shadow Publications began its journey by following the trend toward eBook publications and other innovative publishing concepts. Each of the principals has a love of and commitment to providing quality, professional, exciting works to the public. Gypsy Shadow came into being as an Indie publishing company for the purpose of giving new and seasoned authors alike a chance to shine in the world of the written word, without some of the hype and pressure of more conventional established companies.

We pledge our utmost dedication to you in publishing manuscripts that are both professionally edited and formatted as well as new and creative. We feel the publishing community affords room for new ideas, such as experimental and multi-genre stories and novels, and we encourage authors to explore their imaginations to produce concepts that have not received the acclaim they deserve.

Chief Editor Denise Bartlett is a former IRS tax auditor who has been writing since 1962, in the third grade. She has written short stories, novelettes and poetry and is working on several longer works. She published newspaper columns on gardening and preparing for and handling tax audits in 1980-83, and has been a contributing writer for many online groups since the ‘80s, including Writing.Com and multiple role-playing and other Yahoo! groups. She has reviewed and edited manuscripts of every genre and from many sources since the ‘70s. She is an avid reader and a prolific writer with a vast command of the English language.

CEO, Managing Editor and Art Director Charlotte Holley holds a degree in mass communications with a minor in marketing and has been published in many Texas newspapers, other periodicals and anthologies since 1980. She has been writing since she was thirteen, worked as a society editor for a weekly news tabloid in 1980 and has edited and compiled many newsletters, as well as writing columns, reviews, feature articles, straight news stories and research pieces. She has a good knowledge of online promotion and has had a web presence for her beaded jewelry design since 2000. She currently manages a number of web sites, both her own and others’. She worked as the Art Director for another publishing company, where she designed the company logo (which is still in use), and learned the basics of cover art design. She has completed several full-length novels and numerous shorter works and has several works in progress.

To explore the site, please visit: http://www.gypsyshadow.com

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2 Responses to “Pumpkins, ghosts, black cats and witches…”

  1. chalaedra September 30, 2012 at 9:56 pm #

    I got it.

  2. Colin Acland October 1, 2012 at 8:10 am #

    If you mean does the link open – yep it does. Have a good day Anneeeee C

    Date: Sun, 30 Sep 2012 19:42:25 +0000 To: colinacland@hotmail.com

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