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Why My Mood Board is Full of Ghosts

Writing through grief, about grief

Photo by Steinar Engeland on Unsplash

I started writing about ghosts after my father died two years ago. It was not intentional. I did not set out to write haunted stories. But then my grandmother and my aunt passed away. A year before, another aunt. And not long before that, one of my best friends passed away unexpectedly, too.




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Penny Zang

Penny Zang

Writer + English professor + book nerd + tired mom. Visit me at Pennyzang.com & Twitter: @penny_zang & Substack: https://pennyzang.substack.com/

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