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#BadMoonRising Amanda in New Mexico: Ghosts in the Wind by Darlene Foster #childrensbooks #ghosts #supernatural

Posted on: October 29, 2022

In case you haven’t seen this, I’m a guest on Teri Polen’s terrific Bad Moon Rising series. Check out the spookiest ghost story I’ve heard. Read some of the other guest’s interviews as well. Happy Halloween!!

Books and Such

I’m a big fan of this author’s Amanda series. I haven’t traveled to all the places Amanda has, but after reading the book I feel like I have. They’re so well-researched they could double as travel guides. I follow this author on social media and get to see adorable pics of her fur babies, but if you haven’t met them yet, today is your chance. Welcome Darlene Foster!

Would you rather visit a haunted house or a haunted graveyard?

A haunted graveyard. (Aren’t they all haunted? I mean, they are full of dead people, right?) I love graveyards and spend a lot of time in them. They are outside and easy to escape if things get tense. You can get locked inside a haunted house. Yikes!

What is the spookiest ghost story you’ve ever heard?

The story about a young couple who are making out in a car when they…

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32 Responses to "#BadMoonRising Amanda in New Mexico: Ghosts in the Wind by Darlene Foster #childrensbooks #ghosts #supernatural"

I enjoyed this post, Darlene.

Thanks, Robbie. These are so much fun to do.

Some great books for the season. I will admit that Amanda in Mexico and her encounter with ghosts and experience with the Day of the Dead festival, is my favorite! I was wondering if you might share it again this weekend!

Thanks, Patricia. I recall you really liked that one. It is my only spooky book.

Spookiest ghost story–I’m afraid to even click through!

I have only read one Amanda book so far but when my grandson is older then…

Thanks! I hope you enjoy reading about Amanda’s adventures to your grandson.

Hi Darlene – great to see you on Teri’s post! I enjoy her blog very much!

Thanks! It is a great blog.

Super fun to see you at Teri’s, Darlene. Happy Halloween.

Happy Halloween my friend.

Another great review. And just in time for spooky season! Wishing you a Happy Hallowe’en!

Thanks, Happy Halloween!!

I’m such a fan of old graveyards too. I wouldn’t want to visit one after dark though! This was fun to read, especially on Halloween. Thanks for sharing.

I save my visits for during the day as well. Thanks for visiting and Happy Halloween.

Great interview Darlene!! I left a comment on her blog!

Enjoyed the interview, Darlene. I’ll have to check out that spooky story!

Thanks, Stevie. It’s a bit of an urban legend.

What a great fit for Halloween, Darlene. Toni x

It was, wasn’t it! Thanks for commenting Toni. xo

A fascinating interview, Darlene, and a great way to promote two of Amanda’s adventures.

Thanks, Norah! Amanda in New Mexico is the only Halloweenish book so far.

So far? Interesting. 🙂

Fascinating interview, Darlene.

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