Autistic teenager's award winning painting used for cover of new ghost book Friday 7 October 2011 PDF Print Autistic Daniel's art success Autistic Daniel's art success 13 year old Daniel McHardy, from Broughton in the Scottish borders, recently won a special merit award in the Scottish Widow's nationwide art competition for his thought provoking painting, which has been on display in the Scottish National Gallery over the past few months and is now due to go on tour around Scotland. However his painting is also due to gain admiring glances from further afield, as it has been used for the cover of a new book published on 19th September, 2011 entitled "Granny Ghost Hunter", written by his Aunt, Shelagh McHardy. The book tells the story of the 52 year old gran's "spook-busting" adventures over the past 3 years, including locations in Scotland, England, Europe and Africa, containing numerous images of what appear to be genuine ghosts. She gives a thorough and balanced account of places she has visited, her investigation into the subject of ghosts and the paranormal, inviting debate on the subject. "Granny Ghost Hunter" is an ideal read for up and coming Halloween or a perfect Christmas present and is available from Amazon as a paperback or Ebook for Kindle. It is also available to order from all good book stores. Paperback price is £8.95 plus postage and packing and Ebook, £3.43. For further information please visit ghosts See youtube for video with examples of photographs of these genuine ghost photographs (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgKDyyxkb98) For each book sold, a donation will go into Daniel's trust fund. Contact Shelagh McHardy, mobile: 07920 747478 Email: email@example.com This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Butterfly Moon Publishing in the following categories: Entertainment & Arts, Leisure & Hobbies, Media & Marketing, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.