Ghost Diaries, Case #1- Sarah Beth Hawkins

Ghost Diaries, Case #1- Sarah Beth Hawkins

by Willow Cross

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While rifling through her deceased father’s belongings, a young woman named Taija Ford discovered a maze of files filled with journal entries and old letters that mention various claims of hauntings and alleged demonic possession. The oldest dating back to 1881. This particular file asserts a girl named Sarah Beth Hawkins was attacked by an unseen entity.

In an attempt to piece together her father’s previously secret life, Taija opened her own investigation into these Ghost Diaries. This is Case #1-Sarah Beth Hawkins.

The Ghost Diaries is an episodic series of short stories.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044203105
Publisher: Willow Cross
Publication date: 12/18/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 73,788
File size: 121 KB

About the Author

Willow Cross is a multi-genre author who resides in Indiana. She also moonlights as a radio talk show host for The World of Ink Network’s The Paranormal Hour. A self-proclaimed vamp enthusiast, were-hunter, prankster, dreamer, story teller, benevolent dictator of minions, and chocolate lover, she spends her free time with family and friends, as well as participating in paranormal investigations. Her home has been known to host the occasional ghost and several of her friends profess to be witches. Although she dearly loves Vampires and Werewolves, they are never invited for dinner.

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Ghost Diaries, Case #1- Sarah Beth Hawkins 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
ClaireTaylor More than 1 year ago
Willow Cross Ghost Diaries, Case #1- Sarah Beth Hawkins Ghost stories are never top on my list, so wasn’t sure what to expect when I started reading this but was soon found myself fascinated by the journal entries and how the author had pulled the story together. A very quick read, it’s fast paced and each entry detailed how the demonic possession was progressing day by day. Thoroughly enjoyable, I can’t wait to read more in this series.
Gina04 More than 1 year ago
I won this ebook during a blog hop and I wasnt too sure about it. I sat down the other night and wanted something different to read and I picked this book. Let me tell you it was different and it held me and when I was on the last page I was sad that it ended. I love that it had "dairy" ex certs from the characters it was happening to.
Albinomex More than 1 year ago
On the edge of my seat! I love this ghost story!! It is like "Exorcist" meets a wicked "Man of my Dreams". ;) I have read almost all of the Willow Cross books, & I love them all for different reasons! I really like it when one of my favorite authors decides to mix it up a bit! She literally had me on the edge of my seat. I will be anxiously awaiting more of these ghost stories!
KBMiller More than 1 year ago
I'm not sure what to say... I'm once again floored at the caliber of writing this Author offers to the Literary community at large. Willow Cross has the ability to weave magic into her words, providing the reader with a real glimpse into her characters worlds. So much so, that you feel like you are there... experiencing it yourself. Ghost Diaries kept me up at night, yet made me long for the next installment! Kudos to Willow Cross and her new hit series,  Ghost Diaries!
JenniferWarrickDavis More than 1 year ago
I was given an e-copy in exchange for my honest review. This is the first, in many to come, episodic short stories in the Ghost Diaries Series. This short revolves around Taija Ford. Some time after her fathers death, she starts going thru his belongings and comes across mounds of files that are filled with journals and letters. The first that she stumbles upon dates back to the late 1800's and is about a young girl that seems to be attacked by something of the paranormal. She notices notes are jotted down in this journal in her fathers handwriting. Suspicious of what secret life her father had, she starts her own investigations, one of the journals, and the other to find out the truth about her father and how he ties into all of this. I loved this adult paranormal read. I could not put it down! The author has several paranormal writings under her belt, but this one is far different from the rest. Looks like we are getting to see another peek at what this author can do. I can't wait to read more of this series. I am hooked. Warning: Adult read! Contains adult language and adult situations. Originally posted on The Mystical World of Book Reviews.
Bex_n_Books More than 1 year ago
This is not my usual read, and it's been a while since I've read a story in the form of diary entries. I am so pleased that I took the time out to read Willow Cross's Ghost Diaries (#1). Willow Cross's writing style is so beautifully crafted and appropriate in this story. It was refreshing to read a collection of well-constructed and eloquently described diary entries that were written in the style of 19th century writers. Willow Cross's manipulation of her sentence construction and vocabulary choices, provided an enjoyable read with an edgy and sinister flavour. The construction of the plotline via diary entries worked effectively with a smooth flow and a quick pace. I would have appreciated a closer connection to the characters; there was just enough to feel as though I was able relate to them. If you are looking for a quick read, filled with a ghostly, sinister edge, then be sure to pick up a copy of Willow Cross's Ghost Diaries (#1). Disclosure: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He watches*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"I'm not herre to play games. Let the hostages go, or else." I snarl. ~Echo
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She watched from a tree. ~Snowtalon
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The tiger rawted at the fading image of fang.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He chanted a spell and then dissapeared.