Beware: The Dallas Ghosts are Here

Happy Book Birthday to The Ghostly Tales of Dallas!

Today I’m celebrating the release of my fourth book in the Spooky America series, The Ghostly Tales of Dallas. I’m so proud to be an author for this series. For those of you who don’t know, the Spooky America books are adaptations of the Haunted America books. We’re taking the history, lore, and eerie events described in the original series and tailoring the stories for younger readers. Arcadia Publishing has done an excellent job making beautiful, high-quality books, and I’m thrilled to have my name on a few of them. The Spooky America series is aimed at middle grade readers, which means kids ages 8-12. However, adults are totally allowed to enjoy them, too. Anyone who wants a good ghost story while also learning about local history will find something to love in these pages.

Here’s what you need to know about my newest Spooky America book.

My favorite chapter of the The Ghostly Tales of Dallas

What’s in the book?

Ghosts! The Ghostly Tales of Dallas includes famous creepy stories like “The Lady of White Rock Lake” and famous haunted locations like the Adolphus Hotel and the Majestic Theater, but it also includes eerie encounters at places you might not have even realized were haunted, like the original Snuffer’s restaurant and the DeGolyer House at the Dallas Arboretum. The book reaches outside of Dallas for scary stuff in the suburbs as well. You can read some very disturbing tales from Waxahachie, Red Oak, Cleburne, and McKinney.

Where can I find the book?

The Ghostly Tales of Dallas is available wherever books are sold. Most stores in and around the Dallas area are currently stocking the book, but if they run out, you can also order it online. If you’d like a signed, personalized copy for yourself or a middle grade reader in your life, just contact me! I can mail you the book and you can pay me directly, via PayPal or Venmo.

Where can I find the author?

Connect with me on social media! I’m on Facebook (@CarieJuettnerWriter) and recently joined Instagram (@CarieJuettner). You can also visit my author pages on Goodreads and Amazon. And if you live in the DFW area, you can watch me on Good Morning Texas (WFAA, channel 8) this Thursday morning, May 4th, from 9-10AM where I’ll be talking about my book! This is a first for me, and I’m pretty excited about it. 😊 I can also often be found at local libraries and coffee shops where I like to hang out when I need a break from my adorably crazy cat.

Don’t let this calm moment fool you.

Thank you for celebrating my latest book with me. Dallas is a big place, and I can’t be everywhere, so do me a favor. If you see my book in the wild, snap a picture of it and send it to me or tag me on social media. I’d love to know where these Dallas ghosts are popping up. 👻

Published by Carie Juettner

Carie Juettner is a former middle school teacher and the author of The Ghostly Tales of New England, The Ghostly Tales of Austin, The Ghostly Tales of Burlington, and The Ghostly Tales of Dallas in the Spooky America series by Arcadia Publishing. Her poems and short stories have appeared in publications such as The Twin Bill, Nature Futures, and Daily Science Fiction. Carie lives in Richardson, Texas, with her husband and pets. She was born on Halloween, and her favorite color is purple.

One thought on “Beware: The Dallas Ghosts are Here

  1. I can’t wait to read the book, and I’m going to be watching your interview on Thursday!

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