Hi, my name is J. E. Docken, but you can call me Judith. I’m the author of Ghosted: A Novel of Life, Love and Moving on. Welcome to my website. I’m so glad you could stop by.
Ghosted was released January 1, 2017, and is my debut novel. It is available on Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Barnes and Noble, and on the website for Literary Wanderlust, my wonderful publisher. It is available in various formats, including e-book, audio book, and as a trade paperback.
Currently, I am working on my second paranormal fiction novel, a story about the ghost of an ancient Valkyrie warrior, and her mission to help a woman trapped in an abusive marriage. I hope to have that one completed by summer of 2017, so stay tuned for updates.
New features will be added to this site as time goes on, such as guest authors and featured books, so be sure to check back from time to time.
J. E. Docken
The Latest Book by Judith Docken:
Hannah wants to relocate herself and her cat, Jimi, to the countryside of Calgary. So when she finds a turn-of-the-century home in a small town at a good price she jumps at the opportunity.
Shortly after she moves in, strange noises, disturbances, and slamming doors hamper her efforts to make any changes in the house. Jimi starts acting odd, and the disturbances only increase in intensity. But Hannah is no quitter, and by talking with long-time residents of her town, and with the help of a psychic, Hannah pieces together the tragic story of her resident ghost. By understanding why the ghost is unable to let go, Hannah comes to terms with her inability to let go of her own heartbreaking past.
Will this new home and its non-corporeal occupant be exactly what Hannah needs to move on and find new love?
Judith Docken’s debut novel, Ghosted: A Novel of Life, Love and Moving on, is available as e-book, audio book or trade paperback at the following locations:
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Trouble is afoot in the sleepy hamlet of Spruce Valley. Apparently a clever burglar is making the rounds. Hannah isn’t too worried, but what would YOU do if someone broke into your house? Wouldn’t it be helpful to have a ghost around to scare him off?