I just finished reading an article about a favorite writer who has died, and it’s an absolute blast.

A writer named William Saletan, who died on January 13, 2018 at the age of 87.

Saletun’s books have sold more than 100 million copies worldwide.

His most famous book, “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” was adapted into a film in 2015, and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.

Saletaan is remembered for being the author of the iconic characters in “Finn and Jake,” “The Princess Bride” and “The Twilight Zone.”

He also wrote the novels “The Secret of the Crystal Skull” and the “I’m a Celebrity…

Get Me Out of Here” series.

Salettean’s latest novel, “What’s the Word,” is set in a post-apocalyptic future where people have become a “toxic mix of humanity and machines.”

The book explores themes like “the future of our world,” “our collective consciousness” and how technology will shape our world.

It’s an absolutely fascinating read.

You can read the entire review here. 

But I’m not going to talk about the book because it’s such a powerful read, even though I am in the process of reading it, and because I love Saletans books.

I think you’re going to like it too.

It is truly the best of the best. 

Saletan is the author, with Stephenie Meyer, of “A Night on the Town” (1961) and “In the Heat of the Night” (1965).

Saletuns “Secret of the Crystals” trilogy is also highly anticipated.

In each book, Saleten writes a unique take on an original character, and in some cases, an entire story. 

In the first novel, which is set on the eve of the American Civil War, Saletaans protagonist is a young boy named Joe.

Joe’s father, an ex-marine, and his mother are both dead.

Joe and his sister have inherited their father’s fortune, and they set out to find their father.

The book follows Joe and friends on their search for their father and the crystals that gave him life.

The characters in the trilogy are all fascinating.

In the third book, which was released in 2016, Joe and other characters are drawn from “The Adventure of the Black Cat,” a novel that was written by Saletaun and originally published in 1939. 

I love “The Haunted Mansion” and have a whole slew of books in that series. 

“The Haunted” follows the adventures of the ghostly androids known as “Cobot-bots.”

The characters are all fantastic, and the stories are always funny.

It has some of the funniest writing I’ve ever read.

The “In The Heat of The Night” series follows the story of a woman named “Tatiana.”

Tatiana is a teenage girl who lives in a haunted house in the middle of the city.

She has an obsession with ghosts. 

A lot of the writing is very funny, especially the “Ghostbusters” movies.

It was a funny take on the “Beware the Batman” books. 

The third book in the series, “Ghosts” is set a year after the events of “The Black Cat.”

In this story, a ghostly apparition comes to Tatiana and asks her to leave her house and stay in the forest.

Tatiana reluctantly agrees.

The ghost then returns to visit Tatiana again.

The story is set right after the “Secret Wars,” and is set against the backdrop of a global zombie pandemic. 

All of Saletanos books are so funny.

I was able to read every one of them, and every one was a total treat. 

If you’ve never read his books before, you’re in for a treat.

Salute Saletuan and keep the fun going with “Ghost Stories.” 

If the last review was any indication, I’d like to thank Saletanaun for the amazing book and for all of the great advice he provided in the comments section. 

You can buy his books here.

“Ghost Stories” is out now on Amazon and at Barnes and Noble, and on 

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