"By centering her supernatural world on the concept of belief, adult author Tansley (The Six Train to Wisconsin, writing as Kourtney Heintz) gives her story a complex and unusual framework, and having the formerly possessed Kat become a possessor herself, as she inhabits another woman's body while in the past, puts a neat spin on conventional ghost story motifs." — Publishers Weekly
"In THE GIRL WHO IGNORED GHOSTS, K.C. Tansley has crafted a compelling, magic-tinged mystery that spans generations. At once haunting, poignant, and tragically romantic, THE GIRL WHO IGNORED GHOSTS is not to be missed. Ignore at your own peril." — Chris F. Holm, Anthony and Spinetingler Awards nominee and author of the critically acclaimed Collector Trilogy
"Castles, curses, ghosts, and vivid characters fill this wonderfully spooky story from K.C. Tansley. You won't want to put it down." — Paige Shelton, New York Times Bestselling Author of the Country Cooking School Mystery Series and YA time-travel novel Clockwork
"The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts is a fascinating blend of mystery, romance, time travel, and ghosts. The small, seaside town setting and gothic atmosphere instantly pulled me in, and the complex, carefully plotted storyline kept me hooked. K.C. Tansley took time travel to a whole new level, and I loved it from start to finish!" — Page Morgan, author of the YA gothic thriller The Beautiful & The Cursed
"What we have is a sublime, engaging YA paranormal story that demonstrates the evocative talent of its writer. I truly enjoyed it and look forward to reading more in this series." — 5 Star Review from Readers' Favorite by Lit Amri
"Those who enjoy suspense, ghost stories, and a little hint of romance are sure to devour Tansley’s novel." — Foreword Reviews
About the Author
Years of working on Wall Street provided the perfect backdrop for her imagination to run amuck at night, imagining a world of time travel, curses, spells, and unbelievables at an isolated castle in Connecticut. She lives with her warrior lapdog, Emerson, and three quirky golden retrievers.
As Kourtney Heintz, she writes award-winning cross-genre fiction and has been featured in the Republican American and on CT Style.