Scaredy cat

A few days ago while I was on holidays I finished reading Debbie Malone’s book Never Alone. It was great to take the time to read and I really enjoyed the book and all of her fantastic ghost stories. The only problem was that many times I ended up being scared of my own shadow!

Despite getting scared of my own shadow, I can’t wait to read a book on the same subject. Do you know of any good books on spirits or ghosts that you would recommend?

If you would like to buy the book Never Alone by Debbie Malone you can get it from the Between Two Worlds website.



I’m the kind of person who finds watching scary movies quite difficult, I usually tend to watch them with my hands covering my eyes and my ears when I can’t stand the suspense anymore or when I get the feeling that whatever is being said will give me nightmares. One of my sisters is also quite the same, if not worse than me. But I think her fears were even worse when she was younger. I remember when she used to get up to go to the bathroom at night she would always run back to her bed and shut the door behind her because she felt she was being followed. It was a long hallway back to her room and every time she had to run back! Poor girl, she’s been traumatised since childhood!

She is terrified by the girl from The Exorcist and would love to have shared a picture of her if I was brave enough to look at it myself. So instead I’ll share this image I took of a tombstone on my recent trip to Wollongong. The cemetery had the best view to the ocean and please don’t ask what on earth I was doing there…