Announcing the Release of My New Novella, “Unfinished Business,” in “Gothika: Volume Four: Spirits”

To say I am excited about the release of my new novella, Unfinished Business, in Gothika: Volume Four: Spirit is an understatement. And it is now available for pre-order!

Unfinished Business by B.G. Thomas

Mike Ellsworth was alive and well one minute, and dead the next. Only he’s not really dead—he’s a ghost. One with lots of unfinished business. He’s never told his wife that he has come to accept that he’s gay. He’s never told her that he has a secret lover. He’s never been able to tell his lover that he is in love with him. Now there’s nothing Mike can do about it. And that’s only the beginning! He soon finds out he can help other ghosts leave the spirit world and step into the light. So what’s keeping him stuck on earth? If only there were a way he could make up for all he’s done wrong, and finally do what’s truly right. And maybe, just maybe, there is.

Sadly, I was unable to get a story finished in time for Volume Three: Claws. But I did get Unfinished Business submitted in time for Spirit. And I was thrilled when it was accepted.

The Gothika series is incredible. Truly brilliantly written stories by the likes of Jamie Fessenden, Kim Fielding, Eli Easton, and Sue Brown. It is an incredible honor to be in an anthology with these wonderful authors. Just check this out….

Gothika: Volume Four

Seeing dead people. Haunting and being haunted. Ghosts and those trying to deal with them add a supernatural flair to these four tales of romance.

In Among the Dead Neil Gaven sees dead people. A gentle ghost guides him to Trist, who needs his help. But Trist is tormented by spirits, so maybe together they can find a way to live among the dead. By Eli Easton.

Ex Machina is the story of Sabbio, a Roman slave who was killed 1700 years ago. He’s been alone until he meets landscaper Mason. But because they’re separated by centuries, it will take a miracle to make love work. By Kim Fielding.

The Mill brings a supernatural challenge to Frank Carter and his team of paranormal investigators. The owner’s personal psychic, Toby Reese, is supposed to help. Frank doesn’t have much respect for psychics, but when the dangers of the old mill threaten his team, he realizes he and Toby will have to work together to survive. By Jamie Fessenden.

Even if you are not usually a fan of paranormal stories, make an exception for this series. The stories are truly remarkable.

Find Gothika: Volume Four: Spirit by clicking RIGHT HERE, available in Ebook or Paperback formats!

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