Michele Scott

Blog: Evie Duncan

Evie is young, energetic, and a bit naïve after moving from a small town in Texas to the big city of Los Angeles to pursue her dreams of becoming a famous singer. She loves her music and her dog Mama Cass. She lives in a Hollywood Hills mansion taking care of the home for a rich guy who is off in Europe for the year.Evie She soon learns the mansion is haunted—by dead celebs. One of whom she finds herself insanely falling for—Lucas Minx; a one-time grunge singer who topped the charts and was murdered by one of his groupies. Evie has a lot to cope with, from the dead celebs to her pop-star boss; Simone. Not to mention that the un-dead seem to cross her path frequently and drop her directly into a murder mystery.

Read the latest with Evie Preston in Flight 12.

Flight 12


Janis Joplin

Music has always been a part of my life. With my father being the pastor of our local church, I was singing and playing the guitar in front of people at an early age. Ironically enough, and of course secretly because my dad would have had a cow, I loved listening to Janis Joplin as a kid. I know that is pretty old school, but I did. She had an amazing voice and talent. Her influence on what I write musically is huge and so I decided to pay a little homage here to her on my blog. I’m still waiting to see if she is going to join the slew and crew of famous ghosts who seem to turn up in my life, (along with a dead body here and there of the not so famous, causing me to seek help from my ghostly friends to bring justice to the victims of such dastardly crimes), but so far she hasn’t come around. We shall see.

Here are some quotes by Janis Joplin that I love:

“Don’t compromise yourself, you are all you got.”

“I’m one of those regular weird people.” (Boy can I relate to that).

And my favorite:

“Being an intellectual creates a lot of questions and no answers. You can fill your life up with ideas and still go home lonely. All you really have that really matters are feelings. That’s what music is to me.”