I’m excited to have fellow author, Teagan Geneviene here for the debut of her book, “A Ghost in the Kitchen.” I have it on my TBR list and can’t wait to read it!
Welcome to the launch party for A Ghost in the Kitchen! It’s a wild ride on a magical trolley through haunted Savannah, Georgia.
All the Pip books by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene. Purchase links: The Three Things Serial Story, Murder at the Bijou, and A Ghost in the Kitchen
Thanks for hosting me for my novel launch and book fair.
Hi everyone. I’m Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene, and I’ve brought a bunch of friends for this shindig on a magical 1920s trolley. First let me tell you a little about my new novel.
When my character, Paisley Idelle Peabody (better known as Pip) came along, I started writing a type of fiction that I never expected. Pip is a flapper. Her stories took me to Savannah, Georgia of the 1920s.
It’s only natural that some ghosts got in on the act. After all, many people say that Savannah is the most haunted city in the USA! Here’s the blurb for this novel.
A Ghost in the Kitchen, Three Ingredients-2 continues the flapper adventures of Paisley Idelle Peabody, aka Pip. It’s a 1920s “pantser” story and a culinary mystery. This time Pip’s pal Andy (from The Three Things Serial Story) returns. Granny Phanny is there too. She’s still trying to teach Pip to cook. Granny is in a lather because of the supernatural goings-on in her kitchen. There’s also one pos-i–lutely potent poltergeist!
New adventures abound as Pip and Andy unravel an old mystery. It’s all spontaneously driven by “ingredients” sent by readers of the blog, Teagan’s Books.
Did you hear the bell clang? Our magic trolley is here!
There are links galore, so limber up your clicking finger and jump on the trolley. Here’s a map showing some locations. Friends who promised to participate in my launch will be at some of these haunted places. They’ll get on the magical blog party trolley as we tour haunted Savannah!
I just wish this 1920s trolley could move faster… Oh! A brass lamp just clattered to the ground. There’s purple smoke coming out.
“Your wish is my command!”
Aladin Fazel – my favorite magician! Now the trolley can go anywhere.
At the top of the map is the Moon River Brewing Company. That’s a good place to start incase anyone needs some liquid courage for this ghostly adventure!
There’s Christoph Fischer. Duck! A rowdy, spifflicated ghost just threw a beer bottle. Olga Núñez Miret is helping him Christoph get away from the spirited spirit and onto our trolley. Welcome aboard, Olga and Christoph. You two look darb in your 1920s glad rags.
Magician, those ghosts are going to follow Olga and Christoph all the way to the trolley. Can you please get us to the next stop?
We’ve traveled east, closer to the river. Our trolley is on a bluff above the River Walk. Now we’re at Factor’s Walk. The foundations of some of these buildings date back to the late 1700s. D. L. Finn and Valentina Cirasola should be waiting for us there. Ah, there they are, beside one of the sealed-off tunnel entrances. Love those hats, ladies! Applesauce, hurry to the trolley. There are shadow figures all around us!
Tunnels that originate in this area have been known to send ghastly moans into the still night air. Look out, Dyanna Wyndesong! A tall shadow was sneaking up behind you. Get back on the trolley, quick!
Yes, that’s one of the many tunnels. They make a labyrinth beneath Savannah. Wow, we’re going into the haunted tunnel.
Magician, why are you slowing the trolley? You must see something ahead in this creepy tunnel… Oh! It’s a poster for Teri Polen’s yearly October event, Bad Moon Rising!
I’ll be there on October, 18th, chatting with Teri about all sorts of Halloween-ish things, as well as my novella, Brother Love — a Crossroad. I hope everyone will join us for the fun.
Since this is a magical trolley the tunnel will take us directly the Sorrel Weed House where we’ll pick up two more guests. Just beware the lady in black! I hope John W. Howell and Dan Antion know about her. Oh-oh! John and Dan, that’s no damsel in distress, it’s a mean ghost. Hurry over here to the trolley, guys!
If you’ll keep the trolley heading south, Magician, we can pick up Michael (from OIKOS Publishing) at the Andrew Low House. I see that Jan Sikes is meeting us there too. Jan don’t go in that room! Through the window I see Juilette Gordon Low lying on the bed – but she died in 1927! Michael, watch out for that butler at the top of the stairs too. His clothes went out of style 150 years ago. Those are ghosts. You two better get on the trolley fast!
Aladin, this is great! You found a magic tunnel to take us north east. Sally Cronin and Jacquie Biggar are waiting for us at the Colonial Park Cemetery. Ladies, I realize that handsome young man invited you to follow him. Don’t bother. He’ll just disappear once he goes inside the gate. He died a long, long time ago.
Applesauce! All these spooky apparitions have given me an appetite. Shall we find a haunted restaurant? Ah, the 17Hundred90 Inn & Restaurant is on our way. Robbie Cheadle and Marje Mallon are already there. Robbie, take care. That little boy is really a ghost. Marje, I know you feel sorry for Anna, but she’s been waiting for her lost love since before any of us were born. She’s a specter too.
That ghostly cook, does not seem nearly as friendly as Maestro Martino, the cursed chef in A Ghost in the Kitchen. She’s banging her pots and pans and making a quite ruckus. What’s our next stop, Magician?
Now we’re at The Marshall House. It’s a haunted hotel where we’re picking up Chris Graham, the Story Reading Ape. What’s that dear Ape? You say your “naughty chimp” nephews are in a game of “tag,” chasing the ghosts of children who run up and down the halls there? They’re all having a great time!
Hey, there’s Traci Kenworth too, down at the other end of the building. Come on to the trolley, Traci. Those little ghosts are starting to raise a ruckus.
Thanks to Aladin and our magical trolley, we’ve taken another of those hidden tunnels. Now, we’re almost back where we started, between River Street and Factors Walk. We have one more stop. We need to pick up Resa McConaghy and Jacqui Murray at the Olde Harbour Inn.
Oh! They’re already running to the trolley. I expect the spirit known as Hank tried to crawl into bed with at least one of them. I also smell his cigar smoke. I think I’d run too!
Alright everyone. Pip and Granny Phanny are waiting for us at the cottage. Granny is eager to start her book fair. She’s a real bearcat, and she won’t like it if we’re late. So let’s get a wiggle on!
Granny Phanny’s Book Fair
Welcome to the book fair. All these authors volunteered to help me by sharing this magic trolley tour of haunted Savannah. Their books are all swell. So I put them in pos-i-lutely random order. Hopefully that will lead you to look at some things you might not typically read. You’ll find purchase links below the cover images.
A Ghost in the Kitchen, Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene
Brother Love – a Crossroad, Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene
The Gemini Connection, Teri Polen
Through the Nethergate, Roberta Eaton Cheadle
Tales from the Irish Garden, Sally Cronin
My Girl, Jacquie Biggar
Deadly Quotes, Olga Núñez Miret
The Season of Limbo, Al Fazel (not yet published)
Naked Lemons, Valentina Cirasola
My Vibrating Vertebrae, Agnes Mae Graham
The Curse of Time, M.J. Mallon
Circumstances of Childhood, John W. Howell
Over My Dead Body, Christoph Fischer
The Glowing Pigs, Snort Stories of Atonement, Tennessee, Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene
Jewel, Jan Sikes
Nine Black Lives, Resa McConaghy
Just Her Poetry, D. L. Finn
Universal link to my Amazon Author Page
Sheiks and Shebas, thanks so very much for getting on the magical trolley for this tour. Ya’ll are pos-i-lutely the berries!
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37 thoughts on “Book Launch Party “A Ghost in the Kitchen” by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene @teagangeneviene”
Dear Denise, this means so much to me. You are the cat’s meow!
Happy to help, Teagan! Xo
Wow, a terrific post and so Teaganish, Denise. What a wonderful creative mind she has. Thanks for sharing, Denise.
It is veryTeaganish, Jan;) Always so much fun!
Robbie, you are so kind. I’m humbled by all your support this weekend — particularly knowing how much you always have going on. You’re truly the cat’s pajamas!
Oh, haunted Savannah. I’ve never been there but would love to go! I can only imaging what PIP (love that name) might encounter. Congrats on he new release!
LOL, where Pip goes, trouble follows. Thanks for all your encouragement, Joan. You’re the cat’s pajamas!
I haven’t been there either it sound intriguing, Joan. Thanks for dropping by!
I visited a couple of times (I grew up in Georgia), but I never got to take one of the haunted tours. Being able to do things “virtually” is pos-i-lutely darb! 😉
Doing things virtually certainly offers more choices. I only have been on one haunted tour locally but I’d like to try more.
Entertaining post. Sounds like a fun book.
Pip’s stories are always a whimsical ride. Thanks for visiting, Mary. You’re the bee’s knees!
It is Mary. I am looking forward to this read:) Thanks for stopping by!
Congrats, Teagan. Thanks, Denise for hosting.
Happy to lend a hand. John:)
Heartfelt thanks for your support, John. You’re the cat’s meow!
What a great post, Denise. I am there! Congrats on the new book, Teagan.
Yay! It was sure fun to be a direct part of it, Jacqui:)
Thanks for making the trolley’s rounds, Jacqui. You’re the bee’s knees!
What a launch party!! Thanks for helping Teagan spread the word, Denise!
It sure was a great launch party, Jan! Happy to be a part of it.
Thank you too, Jan. I appreciate this visit and your help. You’re the bee’s knees!
A wonderful and fun post! I’m so happy to see Teagan here and making the rounds with her new release. Congratulations, Teagan! All the best! Thanks for hosting, Denise! 😀 xo
It’s so kind of you to visit, Vashti. You’re the cat’s pajamas!
Ha, ha! Thank you? 😉
I was happy to.host it was a fun ride:)
I bet. It looks like a blast! 😀
This book launch party reminds me of the progressive dinners I sometimes take part in. You stop at each stop to eat something and move on to the next stop. From appetizer to dessert can be a long way!! Good job, Teagan. Thank you, Denise for being part of the fun!
I never been to a progressive dinner, Miriam. It sounds fun.
Some are done in several homes. My daughter went to one with hopping in and out of restaurants. Yes, Denise, it’s fun with all the excitements.
Ah! I have heard of those dinners, but never been part of one. That does sound fun. Many thanks for all your support, Miriam. <3 Hugs.
You’re welcome, Teagan. Best wishes for your book. 💖😊