Book Of The Day – Ghost Box: 6 Supernatural Thrillers

by Greg on February 16, 2012

Today’s Book of the Day is actually 6 books in 1 and the best part – it’s free! Ghost Box: Six Supernatural Thrillers by award winning and bestselling author Scott Nicholson has a 5.0 star rating and you save $9.99! All of the books within the box set are highly rated as individual books so don’t miss out on this great deal to get all of the books for free.

“I always enjoy Scott’s books. He consistently delivers chills and surprisingly heart-warming insights that keep me in a state of eager anticipation. With the box set, I don’t have to guess which one to buy next, I get to pick from what I already have. Of all his areas of inquiry, ghosts are a great way to go with Scott Nicholson.” Alex D. – Amazon Reviewer



Ghost Box: Six Supernatural Thrillers
by Scott Nicholson
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Category: Supernatural Thrillers
Price: $0.00 save $9.99

 

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GHOST BOX: SIX SUPERNATURAL THRILLERS

Better leave the lights on for weeks! A box set of six supernatural thrillers from bestselling author Scott Nicholson, featuring more than 400,000 words of fiction. DRM-free.

THE RED CHURCH (Stoker Award finalist, alternate selection of the Mystery Guild Book Club): A boy and a sheriff must solve the mystery of a haunted Appalachian church when a strange preacher returns to town.

DRUMMER BOY: One misfit kid is all that stands between a small Appalachian town and a ghostly Civil War troop.

BURIAL TO FOLLOW: Roby Snow must help Jacob Ridgehorn find his eternal rest–or else.

CREATIVE SPIRIT: Artists at a remote Appalachian retreat discover their work is reviving a sinister spirit.

THE DEAD LOVE LONGER: Private investigator Richard Steele must solve his most difficult case ever–his own murder–while torn between women on opposite sides of the grave.

SPEED DATING WITH THE DEAD: A paranormal conference in the Appalachian Mountain’s most haunted hotel goes haywire when ghost hunters accidentally stir up demons.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

Awesome awesome book! Just what I’ve come to expect from Scott Nicholson. This is just another great read from Scott Nicholson. Thank you Scott! From “Burial To Follow”

*******

This is the second Scott Nicholson novel I’ve read. If you ask me, Scott’s got a great way with words. His voice is hilarious and perpetually creative. What’s nice about this is that no matter what story he’s telling, I can enjoy it for the writing itself. I found it to be a great read and I recommend it. From “Speed Dating With The Dead”

*******

This book made me want to cover my eyes and hide in the closet – but I couldn’t put it down long enough. You won’t find a typical ghost or haunted house story here. The plot is original and kept me on edge from start to finish. Scott Nicholson has a gift for breathing life into his words, inviting us to step into his characters’ world and share their experiences. If you’re looking for horror with substance, this is the one for you. From “Creative Spirit”

*******

Scott has his own style of writing – it is unique – flows nicely and always manages to creep the hell out of me….. The Drummer Boy is a truly well thought out and well done story. Most of all – the story is compelling! If you are looking at this as being one of the standard stories of ghost folklore that maybe has a little bit of an edge to it – sorry – you have come to the wrong place. IF you are looking for a story that is going to creep you the hell out in such a good way that you are looking for your own neighbouring Jangling Hole …. then Scott provides that so nicely. From “The Drummer Boy”

Get Ghost Box here: Ghost Box: Six Supernatural Thrillers

About The Author


Author Scott Nicholson has written 12 thrillers, 60 short stories, four comics series, and six screenplays. He’s also a freelance editor and journalist. He lives in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina, where he tends an organic garden, successfully eludes stalkers, and generally lives the dream. He’s online at www.hauntedcomputer.com.

Nicholson has written hundreds of songs and poems and was a musician in a former life. a newspaper reporter, he’s won three North Carolina Press Association awards. He’s had the usual collection of odd jobs: dishwasher, carpenter, painter, paranormal investigator, baseball card dealer, and radio announcer. Now he haphazardly trades words for magic beans and uses “haphazardly” as often as possible while decrying the overuse of adverbs.

Entering the digital era with a vengeance, Nicholson is releasing original titles and collections while conspiring to release interactive books in the near future, building audio files, video, and collaborative fiction projects. He operates Haunted Computer Books and Indie Books Blog to bring a variety of voices to readers.

Nicholson won the grand prize in the international Writers of the Future contest in 1999. That same year, he was first runner-up for the Darrell Award. He studied Creative Writing at Appalachian State University and UNC-Chapel Hill. He has been an officer of Mystery Writers of America and Horror Writers Association and is a member of International Thriller Writers and inaugural member of the Killer Thriller Band.

Unfortunately, they never taught him to write: he had 105 rejections before his first story sale and over 400 before he sold a novel. He hasn’t learned much from his mistakes but thinks he’ll probably improve with practice. If nothing else, he’s become a better liar.

His website www.hauntedcomputer.com features author interviews, articles, and fiction excerpts. Bad relationship advice. Humor. Gardening tips. Subliminal tricks to sell his books. That sort of thing.

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Scott Nicholson and ENT appreciate it.

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1 susan s February 16, 2012 at 4:35 am

I just downloaded this book and it’s in my library but I don’t have the content. I have downloaded other free books but no pages (cover only). What am I doing wrong?

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