Day 4 of the WordCrafter “Lingering Spirit Whispers” Book Blog Tour: Interview with author Roberta Eaton Cheadle

Lingering Spirit Whispers Book Blog Tour

Welcome to Day #4 of the WordCrafter Lingering Spirit Whispers Book Blog Tour, where we’re celebrating the release of the Lingering Spirit Whispers paranormal anthology set. This unique paranormal set combines three paranormal anthologies into a single set for ghosties galore, and you can get your copy here.

Lingering Spirit Whispers

Today we’re over at Un dawnted, where D.L. Mullen interviews contributing author, Roberta Eaton Cheadle, the only author beside myself to contribute stories to all three anthologies.

Roberta Eaton Cheadle is writer of young adult and adult fiction in the supernatural fantasy, historical horror, and historical supernatural genres.To date, Roberta has published two novels, Through the Nethergate and A Ghost and His Gold, and several short stories in various anthologies including Whispers of the Past and Spirits of the West, and Where Spirits Linger edited and compiled by Kaye Lynne Booth, and Spellbound, compiled by Dan Alatorre.Roberta has a historical supernatural novel set during the Second Anglo Boer War in South Africa coming out in early 2021.When she is not writing, Roberta enjoys working in the garden and creating fondant and cake artworks.

Her stories of chilling encounters, “The Last of the Lavender” and “Missed Signs”, were featured in Whispers of the Past.

Cheadle also has two stories of paranormal encounters on treks through the South African bush are featured in Spirits of the West – “The Thirstyland Journey” and “The Ghost in the Mound”.

And her tale of the completion of business left unfinished, “Listen to Instructions” is featured in Where Spirits Linger.

You can join in on DL Mullen’s interview with Roberta over at Un dawnted here: http://www.undawnted.com/2021/12/wordcrafter-lingering-spirit-whispers_2.html

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36 Comments on “Day 4 of the WordCrafter “Lingering Spirit Whispers” Book Blog Tour: Interview with author Roberta Eaton Cheadle”

  1. Robbie amazes and delights in all she writes! A talent indeed!!

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  2. Staci Troilo says:

    Fabulous spotlight on Robbie. Thanks, Kaye. All the best to both of you.

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  3. Great interview with Robbie. Thanks for all your hard work in publishing these anthologies, Kaye.

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  4. Hi Kaye, thanks for sharing my interview.

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  5. Reblogged this on and commented:
    Today, I am being interviewed by Undawnted blog as part of the WordCrafter Lingering Spirit Whispers book blog tour. Thank you to Kaye Lynne Booth from Writing to be Read for organising the tour.

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  6. Darlene says:

    A great interview. It is always interesting to read about where authors get their ideas. Robbie has had some scary experiences which no doubt reflect in her work. No wonder she is such a great and versatile writter.

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  7. Robbie is indeed a talented author!

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  8. balroop2013 says:

    Your creative spirit shines through your stories Robbie. Love those excerpts! Wishing you all the best.

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  9. I learned something new about you from this interview, your terrible experiences, Robbie. It would have scared me to death if someone pointed a gun at my head. Congratulations on all the pieces included in the anthology set. Congrats to you also, Kaye.

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  10. Gwen M. Plano says:

    This is lovely, Kaye. Robbie is a wonderful writer and you’ve beautifully underscored that truth. 💗

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  11. Thanks for the link. It’s always lovely to see Robbie featured. Clicking over. Hugs.

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