Scary Go Round - Spin Off Publications

Spin Off Publications

  • Girl Spy
  • Scareodeleria 1
  • Heavy Metal Hearts + Flowers: A Scary Go Round Story. Keenspot
  • Ghosts
  • Giant Days
  • Murder She Writes

The Giant Days book is a completely different story to the online chapter of the same name, although it shares the same protagonist (Esther de Groot).

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