Below is the trailer for my eBook, which offers three short, scary stories for kids who love spine-tingling fiction. Great for reading aloud at ghost-story gatherings, such as sleepovers, around a campfire, in the classroom, or at home for a night of spooky, family fun.
Do you like Zombie Loo's new look?
Zombie Loo needed a makeover after my first attempt at the trailer. Here's the post with some of the out takes in case you missed it last week.
Wild Hairy the Werewolf appears in this trailer, too. Each monster attempts to read "Cyclops Clyde," first story in the eBook, but they don't quite cut it. Watch and see why.
Cyclops Clyde, a freaky computer monster, wreaks havoc both on and off screen, taunting and paralyzing his victim. (This story is a good tool for teaching alliteration.)
In Night of the Howling Werewolf, Eric Lung searches out the bullies who jumped his best friend, Ben, and stole his bike. Things get weird on Slaughter Hill, the bullies’ favorite hangout.
Ghost Warrior kicks the fright factor up and will creep out even the bravest of souls. Connie worked overtime and now worries that she’ll be punished with extra pushups for being late to karate class, but pushups become the least of her problems when rival ghost gangs that haunt the parking structure claim first dibs on this mortal prey.
If you'd like to download TRIO OF HAUNTING TALES for 99 cents, the links are in the sidebar.
The next post will feature out takes of Ma Cob's attempts to read "Cyclops Clyde."
Ma Cob needs a remake, too. She's just not scary enough.
See what I mean? Plus, she kept messing up the words and needs to memorize the story. Talk about tongue tied. Hmm, another good example of alliteration.
So, wish me luck finding a spooky look for Ma Cob and making the new video.
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