What’s up doc?

Paul and I have become parents! To the most adorable bunnies ever!

Shaggy and Scooby (pictured) are house bunnies, free roaming, and they are great. I had thought that before they arrived I had successfully bunny proofed the house – oh how wrong I was. It seems this cheeky little pair, Scooby in particular (the plain black one) can sniff out cables like I can sniff out cheesy wotsits, and we have spent the past four days following them around covering up and barricading absolutely everything!

They are great though, and even have their own Instagram account @scoobyandshaggy2021

I absolutely love our new bunnies, though I don’t think they will like me too much when it’s neutering and vaccination time, but lots of cuddles will hopefully fix that:)

Welcome to the family guys xx ❤

Lost (still lost)

I was quite excited at the prospect of leaving copies of my short story ‘Lost’ out and about again for strangers to find and pass on, but as we are once again in lockdown this is just not possible. So, I need to think of some new ways to get this little book back on it’s travels, and see how far we can get it to go around the world 🙂
Maybe I could hold a competition, or a free giveaway?
I have quite a few of these little cuties to send travelling, so I definitely need to do something.

Em x

I have never haunted a funeral home before, but needs must. You see I am looking for my dead Fiancé and I have been unsuccessful for the last seven months. I know that he is dead, because I watched him die.
I didn’t kill him if that’s what you’re thinking. No, I barely recall our deaths, all I know is that it involved a motorway, telegraph pole and a lorry load of sheep.
I had naturally assumed that we would be reunited in death, and yet we were not. This is a problem I cannot seem to rectify. I have looked in cemeteries, hospitals, pubs and all along that blasted motorway but I cannot find him. So now I figure that funeral homes are my best bet, and dead people are just what I need.

5.0 out of 5 stars Tender with a touch of humour
Reviewed in the United States on 11 July 2019 Verified Purchase
Have you ever read a story that made you want to wrap your arms around the person you’re in love with and never let go? For me, that was this tender and touching story by Emma L. Beal. I read it in one sitting and both laughed and cried. Read this for a reminder of how precious love and life are 💕 I found Emma L. Beal’s story fun because I had never considered what it would be like to be a ghost and the little difficulties you might encounter while moving around. She also did a nice job sprinkling bits of humour throughout Lost 😊

5.0 out of 5 stars Heart warming
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 August 2019 Verified Purchase
Didn’t think a story about ghosts/dead people could end up being so cute! Lovely story behind this, a very heart warming book, cleverly thought of and makes you smile throughout!