#ThursdayDoors to #IndieBooks — What’s Behind the Door?

Thursday, February 2, 2023

Doors Image collage by Teagan
Image collage by Teagan

Thursday Doors to Indie Books

Welcome to my sanctuary, everyone.  Happy Groundhog Day.  

My Internet “door” finally reopened.  I was without Internet for nearly 3 weeks, so you Thursday Doors aficionados haven’t seen me online for quite a while.  I got a new setup running, and as soon as I was back in blog land, I opened a “message” door and learned the marvelous author Teri Polen had reviewed my latest novella, A Peril in Ectoplasm!  

I take Teri Polen’s review as a huge compliment, considering what a vastly talented author she is.  Find out about her books here.

A Peril in Ectoplasm is a paranormal story set in the 1920s.  Your guide is waiting.  She’s already opened that polished double door.  The chauffer has opened the door of that swanky automobile.  Hop in. 

1920s Woman in Doorway

Was I ever glad that I opened that door! I hope you’ll take a moment to visit Teri’s book review at her blog, Books & Such.  Open the door to Teri’s blog and find all sorts of great posts about what she’s been reading and watching. You might even see a photo of her handsome cat, Bond.


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A Peril in Ectoplasm: Just Once More

Cover A Peril in Ectoplasm by Teagan Riordain Geneviene

Universal Purchase Links:

Kindle: relinks.me/B0BJ9N1GBX

Paperback:  relinks.me/B0BJBXGJ7L

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Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. It’s hosted by Dan Antion.  Feel free to join in on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments below, anytime between 12:01 am Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time).


2023 Badge Thurs doors teresa-my-camera-and-i

Thanks for opening this door.  Hugs!


This is a work of fiction.  Characters, names, places, and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, business establishments, locales, or events is entirely coincidental.

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50 thoughts on “#ThursdayDoors to #IndieBooks — What’s Behind the Door?

    1. You are so kind, Robbie. In my personal circumstance, being without Internet was particularly difficult. It’s good to be online again. Although as soon as that good thing happened, now Crystal is not doing well at all. Struggling to find a solution. Hugs.

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        1. I don’t usually mention Groundhog Day, because I get so ticked off about the “modern interpretation” of there only being one groundhog. Back in the dark ages when I was a kid, the superstition was based on what a groundhog in one’s own area would see, shadow or none. LOL, I can’t help myself.

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  1. Happy Groundhog Day, Teagan, and congratulations on Teri’s wonderful (and so true) review. It’s great to see you back joining the Thursday Door challenge. Great choices, as usual!

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    1. Many thanks, Janet. It’s good to see you.
      That collage is one I rejected for my submission to the previous year’s Doors badge contest. I opted for the one with the red door reflected in the camera lens instead, since it fit the square size requirement best. I figured why not get some use from it. Hugs.

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  2. That’s an excellent door, and a wonderful review, Teagan. Welcome back from the Land before Internet. I’m sure some of the younger readers will cringe at the idea of three weeks without Internet. That’s a different kind of paranormal 😉

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