A romantic setting for Valentine’s Day

Here is the wedding in the Ghostly Ghastly series Book 4:




It wasn’t a long engagement, but a lot happened: there was the bride’s motorbike to be repaired, and that strange wolf that was always following her in the shadows. Not to mention the problems the little Ghastlys had when the big day eventually came.


Christina Boon – Illustrator

I would like to re-introduce the hugely talented artist who illustrates my books for me.  I am extremely lucky to have found her and she has so brilliantly drawn the worlds and brought my characters to life, that it is no surprise to learn in her own blog that she is getting very busy indeed.

Here it is: http://christinaboon.wordpress.com/page/2/

And here is some of her work for me. There is lots more on this blog and on my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Barbara-Godwin/104964359685061?fref=ts





New Publication – Proud Moment

Book 4 of my Ghostly Ghastly series is now epublished on Amazon. It’s a romantic tale but the little Ghastlys, so mischievous normally, have an important part to play. The illustrations from Christina Boon are superb, as always.


Here’s the link:



The hugely talented Christina Boon has now illustrated all six of my books for the Ghostly Ghastly series as well as “Pizzas, Pirates and a Porcupine” and “Mr McMarvel’s Amazing Machines”

And she has done some concept illustrations for Edward Elephant, who is to have a story of his own.

She is currently working on a picture book for me.

Here is here blogger page: Christina Boon – artist

And here is some of the artwork she has done for me. She has a wonderful sense of the slightly crazy but innocent worlds I write about and  I am very, very lucky to have her working with me.


Pirates digging in “Pizzas, Pirates and a Porcupine.”


The Ghostly Ghastly House from the series.


The Wedding in the Woods from Book 4 of the Ghostly Ghastly series.