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Tag Archives: Ghost Story
by Paula Morris A native New Yorker, Rebecca is being shipped off to New Orleans to live with her “Aunt” Claudia while her dad goes on business to China for six months. Aunt Claudia isn’t really her aunt but she’s … Continue reading
by Saundra Mitchell Fourteen-year-old Iris lives in the tiny town of Ondine, Louisiana where nothing exciting ever happens. The only thing that has ever really happened in the town’s whole history was the disappearance of Elijah Landry, which happened before … Continue reading
by Katie Alender Alexis is a photographer, a loner, a trouble-maker, a class-skipper, a protester, an independent with pink hair. She lives a big, old house with a big, old tree in the front yard. Her mother is a workaholic … Continue reading