Phoenix Entertainment and Development

Phoenix Entertainment and Development

Monday, July 29, 2013

Week 2 Preview: Melissa Bowersock

Welcome everyone to week 2 of this exciting summer series.  I am your host, the author of The Phoenix BladeAndrew Hess.  Before I bring up our next guest, I want to announce that due to the overwhelming responses, I am extending the series passed September and am booked through October.  I look forward to bringing everyone a some amazing writers with incredible stories to tell.

Now for our featured guest.

Melissa Bowersock is an eclectic award winning writer; who has written ten novels and one non-fiction novel and has been both traditionally published and self-published.  Her styles of writing have varied from contemporary, western, fantasy, romance, action/adventure, spiritual, satire, and biography.  Melissa is passionate about her writing which is shown through her words.  Her latest novel, Stone's Ghost, was recently released with an incredible launch party last Friday; focused on ghost pictures, stories, contests, and so much more.

Here is a brief sneak peak into Stone's Ghost which is available now on

The small hairs on the back of his neck stood up, as if light fingers hovered just above them. Instantly alert, he forced himself to stand still even though he would have liked to jerk upright and look about the bridge. Controlling even his quick, shallow breathing, he kept his head still but focused on the periphery of his sight. He felt more than saw it, but thought there was something standing to his right. Something dark. Slowly, slowly, he turned his head.

That shape. Smaller, shorter than the woman who had just passed, this person was almost petite, or at least he thought she would be under the heavy black clothes. She stood—floated—just scant feet away, hovering near the balustrade with a tension that suggested to Matt she would vanish at the slightest move. At the same moment that he realized he could actually see the bridge behind her—see through her—he also noticed the almost wild light in her eyes. Eyes that were looking directly at him.

Join us tomorrow for a more in depth look at Melissa Bowersock and her new book Stone's Ghost.  Check out Stone's Ghost on along with some of Melissa's other books.  I've already picked up a few.  I encourage you to do the same.  


  1. Andrew, thanks so much for the great preview. I hope people enjoy the sneak peek into Stone's Ghost.

  2. I wasn't ready for it to end. I'll have to wait now for the next one.