Q&A: Author Cooper S. Beckett on Creating Compelling & Believable Characters in New Supernatural Novel Osgood As Gone

Every night when she goes to sleep, Prudence Osgood relives her death... and that's the least of her paranormal problems in the new supernatural novel Osgood As Gone. Featuring the reunion of former ghost hunters and friends Osgood and Frost in the wake of an enigmatic email that kickstarts a new investigation, Cooper S. Beckett's Osgood As Gone is out now as an eBook, hardcover, and paperback (with cover art reminiscent of a Christopher Pike book), and to celebrate, we caught up with Beckett to discuss how he came up with the idea for the novel, the importance of writing a believable Lgbtq+ character, and his plans for a second book in The Spectral Inspector series.

Thanks for taking the time to catch up with us, Cooper, and congratulations on Osgood As Gone! When and how did you first come up with the idea for this novel?

Cooper S. Beckett:
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