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The Opera Ghost Lives was a labor of love and determination to give the reader a different story. A story that had never been told about Erik. I wanted to write a book since I was in the 7th grade but had never accomplished what I had said I wanted to do. For some unknown reason, God put it into my mind and heart to write this story. I believe that many of us can relate to him in the sense that we all want to be loved, and we all hope that others will find the beauty in us that may not be noticeable from the outside.
Writing this book was a lot of fun. It helped me to grow as a person and a writer. I am indebted to Gaston Leroux for creating this character and many of the others in his book The Phantom of the Opera. Without him I wouldn't have been inspired to write this series.
I hope that you will take a chance and purchase this book. Enjoy the adventure that is unlike any other Phantom adventure out there.
Ann M. Kraft grew up in the small town of Milano, Texas where she developed her love for writing poetry and short stories. She is a graduate of the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor in Belton, Texas. She is a wife and mother and is currently an ESL Aide at a high school in Texas where she enjoys working with students from many different countries. --This text refers to the Kindle Edition edition.
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