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Beyond Dead

You thought life was hard? You should try being dead!


Death is not what Bridget Sway expected.

Not at all.

There are no harp-playing cherubs. There are no cloud cars. There aren’t even any pearly gates to walk through.

Death is a fashion disaster of a uniform and a job that doesn’t pay. It’s a heinous communal living situation with housemates who have no concept of privacy or personal space. It’s a handsome parole officer who is a stickler for rules that no one has bothered to explain. And it’s a dead ghost stuffed into her locker. 


Yeah. That’s what death is. 

 
 
 
 

folks saying nice things about Bridget:

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We’re all about adventures around here, yo!

Whether it’s Bridget and company testing the limits of the their new mortally challenged situation, or Aurora and her overly-enthusiastic sidekick investigating whatever monsters cross their path, we’re all about adventures here, yo.

 If you’re interested in my real life adventures (and I’m using that term loosely here) then you might want to check out my blog. It has everything from real life tales of craziness to YouTube videos and Insta stuff.

If you’re nosy (I am too, so don’t feel bad!) then check out my “about” page. It has a heap of fun facts, all my social links, and most importantly, my plans for World Domination … *evil manic laugh*

 
 
 
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Aurora North and the Vampire Vixens

Carnivorous garden gnomes. Bigfoot. Mutant sewer monsters.

Nothing is too weird for paranormal reporter, Aurora North.

So when a teenage reporter publishes a story in a university newspaper claiming there are vampires running riot on campus, under instruction from her editor, Aurora checks it out.

Just when she’s completely satisfied, there is absolutely nothing worthy of investigating in the boy’s poorly researched story … she discovers a body.

A body with what appears to be vampire fang puncture wounds on the neck.

Despite her initial scepticism, and with the alleged vampire victim body count rising, Aurora knows she has the makings of a great story.

If she can manage not to get bitten long enough to write it, that is ...