Got Mojo?

Paranormal Mojo Radio Show

Posted on Jul 05 2013

Paranormal Mojo is an hour of casual conversation with Kris Sedersten and Laura Krieser about all things paranormal.  Right now we broadcast the 2nd and 4th Monday nights of each month at 8:00 EST, 7:00 CST on DTM Wicked Radio .  We’re probably going to every week in August. In June our guests were Bill Bean and Brian Cano (Haunted Collector).  They are archived so if folks missed them they...

Black Eyed Children Project Update

Posted on Mar 29 2013

I am getting very close to the tail end my black eyed children fiction project. Up to 74,000 words and closing in fast. I’ve had so much fun with this book. I hope the readers out there enjoy reading it as much as I have creating it. Then, to start on Brian Harnois story. Are you kidding me? It just doesn’t get any better than this. Sending out a huge Thank You God for your many blessings! — Image...

Pop Culture’s Influence on Ghost Hunting

Posted on Mar 25 2013

I’m interested in hearing about your opinion on how popular culture, namely reality television and movies, is influencing society’s view on ghost hunting and paranormal activity. What do you think? Have you tuned into shows like “Ghost Hunters” and “Long Island Medium?” Weigh in on the comments section below. “Mark Dorsett of Sycamore works full time as a psychic...

‘Very possibly haunted’ mirror will add a touch of evil to any house

Posted on Mar 04 2013

I came across this article a few weeks back and loved it so much that I thought I would share it again, just in case you didn’t happen to catch it when it was first in the news. What do you think about a haunted mirror being sold on ebay? Would you bid? “You can buy a lot of weird stuff on eBay — royal underwear, a woman’s soul, a sculpture of a mummified cat dunking a mummified...

Black-Eyed Children

Posted on Mar 01 2013

I’m so enthralled with black-eyed children that I’ve decided to write a non-fiction book about them in the very near future. I hope to connect with those who have had real-life encounters and those who have researched their history. Please comment in the section below if you would like to connect with me on this topic. — Image courtesy of mysteriousuniverse.org 

Paranormal Housewives?

Posted on Dec 28 2012

This past summer, Lifetime picked up Devious Maids, Marc Cherry’s follow-up to Desperate Housewives. Now the cable network has added to its development slate Paranormal Housewives, a light drama executive produced by Julia Roberts. The show is inspired by the real Paranormal Housewives, a Southern California group of female professional paranormal investigators. It was launched in 2010 by Erin Potter...

Paranormal Experiences – Visions of Heaven

Posted on Dec 10 2012

by Kris Sedersten On October 10, 1959, my younger brother, Danny, came into the world a premature baby weighing a whopping two pounds, five ounces.  The technology of modern neonatal intensive care units gives such tiny babies a fighting chance.  In 1959, however, the prognosis was grim. Danny and I were the youngest in a sibling strip of six children, and I was only two years old when he was born. ...

Paranormal Credibility Influenced by Media

Posted on Nov 23 2012

I stumbled across this article a few weeks back and wanted to see what you thought. A professor in Delaware studied the influence of media messages about paranormal investigators on how people perceive the credibility of the investigators. What do you think? “The paranormal is a popular and enduring theme in the media, stretching from Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula to the newest installment of...

The Muse

Posted on Nov 19 2012

by Kris Sedersten Do you ever wonder what possesses a fiction writer to write what they write?  Where do they conjure up such outrageous themes and story lines? Being a writer of fiction myself, I find it extremely difficult to answer that question when it pops up in interviews and casual conversations.  Of course, we all write about our passions and what we think we know, but the truth is; I have...

Got Mojo?

Posted on Nov 12 2012

by Kris Sedersten “Mojo” is a term that brings a number of definitions to mind depending upon the context of its use.  It can be a whimsical, fun-filled word that rolls off the lips easily or it can invoke visions of terrifying curses and voodoo zombies.  It is a word whose meaning has evolved over time and demographics to suit the slang and terminology needs of each new generation who defines...

Book Reviews…

Posted on Nov 03 2012

You might have noticed I’ve been doing some work on my website over this past week, making some tweaks here and there.  I’m also committed to being more active on my blog, so get ready for a new improved Kris Sedersten! While doing my website updates I discovered a new book review that was posted about Lost Mojo on Halloween!  I thought I would share that review and a few more.  One...

Happy Holidays!

Posted on Dec 22 2011

I am looking forward to family time over the holidays. I can’t wait for Christmas day. The grandbabies will be sufficiently spoiled rotten and we now have a slight snow cover to make the day perfect. They are planning an afternoon of sledding, snowmobiling, and enjoying themselves after an awesome meal and present time. I’m excited to get on all the fun too. Writing, editing, and book marketing...

Mojo in 2012

Posted on Dec 09 2011

Wow! I really can’t believe 2011 is almost history! This has been such a fun and fascinating year for me on so many levels; I almost hate to see it go.  I’ve been busy planning for next year already, marketing the Mojo series, working on the next installment, and scheduling paranormal investigtations for Synergy.  All in addition to my full time job of course! Lost Mojo is available on...

Fall in Nebraska

Posted on Jan 02 1907

It’s definitely fall in Nebraska and that’s alright with me.  I think I love the changing seasons more every year.  Celebrating the passing of time with the scenery makeover outside my window makes me feel alive and inspired.  Autumn is truly my favorite time of the year.  I love the splash of color it adds to the world.  Nebraska gets to be such boring shades of green in the summertime, and...




Got Mojo?

Mojo is a fast paced paranormal thriller

Edgy and fun, this book will show the reader how having faith in a power greater than ourselves will lift us through even the most unforeseeable obstacles in life.