English teacher from Milton Keynes publishes his first 'lockdown inspired' novel
Author plans to launch book of the paranormal and ghost stories in the new year
An English teacher inspired to write about the paranormal, based on his own experiences, has published his first novel.
The book, True Ghost Stories Vol 1, is a collection of accounts of ghostly goings-on collated by Jonathan Stanyer, who lives with his family in
Bradwell, but is currently working in Saudi Arabia.
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Said Jonathan: "As a local writer and English teacher I'm delighted to have published my first novel - a collection of true ghost stories.
"I have always wanted to write about paranormal experiences I have had but never had the time until enforced lockdown gave me time to consider
turning them from ideas in my head into an entertaining manuscript that other people might enjoy.
"Additionally I added some family and friends' experiences for variety.
"This is just the beginning of my writing career, I hope, as I have a second volume in the pipeline as well as a crime manuscript for the future."