Ghost Roast delivers a paranormal adventure full of first crushes, lost histories, and the impossible task of fitting in when your dad is a professional ghosthunter. A stand-alone YA graphic novel from authors Shawnee´ and Shawnelle Gibbs and artist Emily Cannon!
For as long as she can remember, Chelsea Grant has tried everything she can think of to distance herself from the disastrous damage her father does to her social life. It's not easy to shake her reputation as Ghost Girl when Dad keeps advertising his business as a "paranormal removal expert" in big, bold, loud letters all over New Orleans!
This year, Chelsea's all grown up, attending one of the most prestigious high schools in the city, and she's finally made friends with the popular crowd. Things are looking up—until a night on the town backfires spectacularly, landing her in hot water at home. Her punishment? Working for her dad at Paranormal Removal Services. All. Summer.
Worst of all, her new job reveals an unexpected secret she has to keep: While Dad hunts ghosts with his own DIY tech, Chelsea can actually see them. And when she meets Oliver, a friendly spirit, at the fancy mansion her dad is getting a handsome fee to exorcize, she realizes she has to save his after-life, even if it risks everything her father's worked for.
About the Author
Shawneé Gibbs is a writer and producer of film, television, animation and comics from Oakland, California. She is a fellow of the USC Guy Hanks and Marvin Miller Screenwriting Fellowship, and member of the Writers Guild of America, West and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. She makes her living as a television producer for networks including the National Geographic Channel, The Learning Channel and Discovery networks. She lets her hair down writing young adult comics and graphic novels with her twin sister, Shawnelle, at their Spanish cottage in Los Angeles, CA.
Emily Cannon graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with a degree in Illustration. She currently lives in Colorado Springs. Ghost Roast is her first graphic novel.
Shawnelle Gibbs is a writer from Oakland, California. By day, she works as a television producer for series featured on NBC, ABC, and Food Network. By night, she partners with her sister Shawneé to write everything from animated projects to graphic novels. In her free time she enjoys nature walks, buying cozy sweaters, and watching online home tours. She lives in Los Angeles, California.