Sunday, September 26, 2010

Meet a sexy Ghost

Today I'm turning the blog over to Devlin Ruark the hero of Ghostly Passions.

Good day. As the lovely author said I am Devlin Ruark and proud of what has happened since my death.

There are advantages to being a ghost. Aye, I've seen things I ne'er dreamed possible. The rise of technology, like this internet. Tis truly a marvel to know instantly what friends in distant cities, even across the vastness of the oceans are thinking or doing. The freedoms enjoyed by all. And most of all I have enjoyed the changes in women's fashions.

Aye, for a man still young it is a true pleasure to see the young lasses visit the beaches. First in dresses down to their ankles then move to what they wear now. Mere bits of fabric and lace that barely cover their bodies.

Which brings me to the disadvantages. While I would love to follow them along the beach I am trapped in my home. Ne'er to step a transparent foot past the threshold. For 230 years it has been so. But if that were the only disadvantage I would be happy. Nay, and forgive me dear ladies for speaking of something that should be private in your presence, the worst of it is to be unable to feel any sensation in the part of me that makes me a man. Aye, tis my deepest shame that in being a ghost I have become unable to rise to any occassion.

But enough about my sm.. deficency. There is another difficulty in being a ghost. The damned Paranormal Researchers as they call themselves. Always trying to prove I am here or worst yet drive me from my home! I'll not stand for it. If the God Almighty saw fit to leave me here until he comes again then no man or woman will part me from my home.

That is part of the problem, there is a new one coming here soon. Heard her speaking to the upstart that thinks he owns my property. I did not see this woman, but she did have a pleasing voice. She will be here in June. I wish the lovely author who told our tale would tell me what to expect.

"Not on your ghostly life!"

See? Not a word. I fear what is coming. She has titled my story Ghostly Passions so that must be good - correct?


  1. As a devout lover of paranoral, I am looking forward to unraveling Devlin's insubstantial (In all manner of speaking ;-)issues.) I am also eager to begin scouring the world for pics to use when I apply my own quest for information towards posting my little cover blog that is to both honor the Muse Cover Art Goddess, Delilah K. Stephans, who, OMG is ALSO the author of Devlin's story...Double the pleasure for the rest of us I can guarantee.

    Delilah, Oh Great Goddess of so many talents, I bow to your Fort Knox-like vault of treasures and pleasures you have waiting for us all, and must admit to sitting here chomping at the bit to get my hands on your proffered jewels. (Okay get your minds out of Devlin's deficits.)

    And for the rest of you...Oh My Sainted E-library just got to KNOW we ALL need to devour all things Delilah directed.

  2. Sounds like a terrific book. I, too, love books with ghosts in them. Can't wait to read it.

  3. Delilah, I can't wait. I love the premise already, 'Unable to rise to any occassion'...snicker snicker.