Sunday, October 21, 2012

#sixsunday Gunpowder, treason and plot.




Picking up where last week's finished, Tansy had weaved her way through the bonfire night crowd and ducked into a dark alley where she found the birth home of Guy Fawkes. Here, she is sneaking around perhaps where she shouldn't.

Treacle and Treason - book four Tales from the Coffin, a ghostly Guy Fawkes tale, will be available 26th October 2012!

“Remember, remember, the fifth of November. Gunpowder, treason and plot. I see no reason why gunpowder treason should ever be forgot.” She chanted the infamous rhyme while sneaking toward the basement made of legend; the ghost of the infamous betrayer himself had been spotted there on several occasions, and on the fifth of November, no less.
“Show yourself, Guy Fawkes,” she whispered.
“Miss, you’re trespassing.”


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12 comments:

  1. I'd love to know what happens next. The premise of this books sounds great.

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    1. I'm not 100 percent certain, but I THINK Treacle and Treason may be the only Bonfire Night release this year ;) I'll reveal more from the story next week! thanks for stopping by xx

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  2. Oh, that last line would freak me out. Who said that?? Congrats on your upcoming release, JoAnne!! :)

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    1. Thanks, Jessica xx I'll reveal who said that in next week's six :) mwahaha

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    1. that she has! hehe Thanks for stopping by and commenting, Layna xx

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  4. Oh, this one sounds intriguing for sure! Looking forward to reading it.

    (PS: Remind me one day to tell you my story about me, Keith Richards and Guy Fawkes Day!)

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    1. hey, Taryn, I'm reminding you to tell me about your story ;)

      xxx Thanks for stopping by and commenting xxx

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  5. Ooh, love it! I'm really hoping it's Guy Fawke's ghost who is speaking that last line!

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  6. DONT STOP THERE!!!!!!! Loved it! YEY!

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  7. Sounds like an interesting story :-)

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  8. Lmao, I reckon a lot of ghosts see the ghost hunters coming and just want to tell them to bug off. :D

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