The Meddlers of Moonshine
by A. E. Decker
A. E. Decker does it again! Meddlers of Moonshine continues to bring a unique spin on the typical fantasy adventure keeping us captivated page after page.
In the second installment of the Moonfall Mayhem series, Ascot remains strong and independent as she again, with her friends, saves the town. This time around, however, it’s Rag-N-Bones’ time to shine. We learn a lot about his past and more about his future to come. His story intermingles with Ascots mission to rid the town of ghosts.Ascot may have found a new love, Captain. Catch is a remaining secret for book three. As much as Ascot loves Catch, she may have lost all faith in him by the end of this book. What is Catch hiding and will Ascot still be on his side in book three.
The characters are truly amazingly amusing and frightening at the same time. They are magical and compelling with unbelievable talents. This book is fantastic for a night at the campfire, or a spooky Halloween night.
Something is rotten in the town of Widget, and Rags-n-Bones knows it’s all his fault. Ever since he snitched that avocado from Miss Ascot’s pack, things have been going wrong. Armed with a handful of memories he never realized he had, Rags-n-Bones searches for a way to put right whatever he did to Widget in the past. If only he knew what it was! Unfortunately, the only person who seems to have answers is a half-mad youth that only Rags can see.
Widget is also suffering from a ghost infestation that has the townsfolk almost as spooked of outsiders as they are of actual spooks. While Rags-n-Bones seeks answers in the past, Ascot offers the town leaders her service as an exorcist, only to be handed an ultimatum: banish the ghosts or be banished herself!
Who’s meddling with Widget? To catch the culprit, Ascot and Rags-n-Bones must match wits with a shifty sorcerer, a prissy ex-governess, and a troublingly attractive captain before the town consigns itself to the graveyard of history.
A. E. Decker hails from Pennsylvania. A former doll-maker and ESL tutor, she earned a master’s degree in history, where she developed a love of turning old stories upside-down to see what fell out of them. This led in turn to the writing of her YA novel, The Falling of the Moon. A graduate of Odyssey 2011, her short fiction has appeared in such venues as Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Fireside Magazine, and in World Weaver Press’s own Specter Spectacular. Like all writers, she is owned by three cats. Come visit her, her cats, and her fur Daleks at wordsmeetworld.com.