About Waltzing with Ghosts by Pamela Cartlidge
A lighthearted ghost story about a group of friends who want to save their favourite pub from demolition. Despite rumours that the building is haunted they plan to convert it into a comfortable home for themselves. Within days of their move, mysterious events convince them that there are ghosts in the old inn. The quest to get rid of them, keeps the friends occupied just as the UK goes into lockdown.
This novel was inspired by some friends of mine who claimed to have had a paranormal experience whilst enjoying a glass of wine at a pub in Rossett – a small picturesque village in North Wales.
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I was born and raised in Wrexham with four siblings. During the nineteen nineties my partner and I gave up our jobs in search of adventure, then spent two years living and working in Spain. We now live in Cardiff and our much loved cat Alex. I have always wanted to write, but ‘it took a long time for me to get started!’ After joining a book club at my local library, I decided to finish the novel I had been writing ‘on and off’ for several years. It was inspired by the unusual events that led my mother and father to meet and eventually marry. That novel was called Bluebells and tin hats. Once I got that published, I wrote the sequel Rhubarb without Sugar. And from then on I continued to write. It was never my intention to write ghost stories but somehow, the inspiration came and I felt compelled to write them. Very soon I hope to publish a novel in the genre of crime.