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Both the “Ghastly Affair Player’s Manual” and “Ghastly Affair Presenter’s Manual” are now being prepared for commercial release as illustrated PDFs. These will NOT simply be PDFs of the print books, but fully bookmarked, hyperlinked, and indexed versions designed for on-screen readability and use. Both PDFs will include the pictures from their print versions, including the gorgeous full-page illustrations by Stacey Kaelin!
But the news doesn’t stop there! TWO new releases for Ghastly Affair are also currently in the works:
“The Ghastly Companion to High Society”
Your guide to life, love, and horror among the powerful, rich, and wicked.
“The Ghastly Companion to Castles, Mansions, and Estates”
A complete guide to grand homes and ancient fortresses – their structure, contents, and terrible secrets.
Keep checking the The Engine of Oracles for more Ghastly Affair news and previews!