Friendly ghost helps teens stand up to bullying in Patricia Komar's new book "The Ghost in the Hollows"

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New mystery novel empowers teens to treat others with respect

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Through her friends in Hollow Hills Explorers club and a compassionate ghost, Faith stands up against bullies and discovers the meaning of trust, friendship and believing in herself.

More than 3 million students are victims of bullying each year.

New novel, “The Ghost in the Hollows,” by author Patricia Komar seeks to lower that number by encouraging readers to treat everyone with respect and prevent teen bullying.

“The Ghost in the Hollows” follows Faith Clancy, a thirteen-year-old who faces bullying and describes the paranormal support she receives from a friendly ghost at school.

After her parent’s divorce and being bullied at her previous school, Faith is happy to have a fresh start at Hollow Hills Middle School. However, it is not until her participation in the Hollow Hills Explorers club that Faith finds out that her school is haunted.

Through her friends in Hollow Hills Explorers club and a compassionate ghost, Faith stands up against bullies and discovers the meaning of trust, friendship and believing in herself.

“ I want this book to teach teens to have faith and trust in themselves,” said Komar. “Teens can find out what is that extra thing that they have that gets them through tough times.”

“ The Ghost in the Hollows “
By: Patricia Komar
ISBN: 1480808253
Available at Amazon, Archway Publishing and Barnes and Noble

About the author
Patricia Komar earned degress in Switzerland, New York, and British Columbia where she studied the arts, psychology and writing. Patricia lives on the Pacific Northwest coast with her husband and two dogs where she spends her time exploring forests, kayaking, swimming and dancing.

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