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    • REGIONAL BOOKS

    Haunted Harbours: Ghost Stories from Old Nova Scotia (Nimbus Publishing 2006)

    Wicked Woods: Ghost Stories from Old New Brunswick (Nimbus Publishing 2008)

    Halifax Haunts: Exploring the City’s Spookiest Spaces (Nimbus Publishing 2009)

    Maritime Monsters – (children’s picture book) (Nimbus Publishing 2009)

    Sinking Deeper or My Questionable Awesome Brilliant Heroic Decision to Invent a Sea Monster (Nimbus Publishing 2011)

    The Lunenburg Werewolf and Other Stories of the Supernatural (Nimbus Publishing Fall 2011)

    HAUNTED HARBOURS: GHOST STORIES FROM OLD NOVA SCOTIA

    My first ghost story collection, Haunted Harbours is a collection of twenty-one tales of terror and imagination lifted from the fact and folklore of this storied province. I have included stories of the selkie, the hidey-hinder, forerunners, the black dog, flaming ships and ghosts galore.

    Haunted Harbours: Ghost Stories from Old Nova Scotia

    Haunted Harbours has been my most succesful book to date – with over 7000 copies sold. There is a follow-up volume that is already scheduled for release in the fall of 2011 – but for now you can pick up copies at Amazon.ca , Amazon.com , Chapters/indigo/Coles and other sources.

    $15.95

    Nimbus Publishing
    Paperback • 120 pages
    5.5 x 8.25 inches
    9781551095929
    1551095920

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  1. I obviously have to go looking for your books!

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  2. Thanks for dropping by my blog. Like the look of your work!

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  3. Steve Vernon do you only write Scary Books?

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    • Hi Glenys,

      No, I have written a lot more books than I have got displayed here. I keep meaning to put them all up on this page but I am intensely lazy.
      🙂

      What sort of books were you looking for?

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  4. I love your book The Lunenburg Werewolf and Other Stories of the Supernatural. I have been reading them to my Grandpa whose eyes are not to good anymore. He loves ghost stories especially ones about the maritimes!

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