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Guest author Q&A with, Katie Salidas @quixotickatie #USATodayBestseller #Supernatural #Roamance

Today I decided to open up my blog to something a little different! I want my blog to be inclusive and cover a wide-range of authors and genres. 1,373 more words

Short Story: Shift

This tidbit started off as a response to a writing prompt, then turned into a possible idea for a novel or series. As most things go, nothing really came of it, but I’m still digging the possibility of continuing (after a much needed polish). 1,217 more words


R Chetwynd-Hayes, Britain's Prince of Chill

Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes (1919-2001) was known as ‘Britain’s Prince of Chill’, and his numerous collections of genteel and humorous ghost stories filled the shelves of almost every public library in Britain during the 1980s. 800 more words


This is chapter two of the Choose Your Own Adventure story. They will be posted every Monday. The votes are due by the following Sunday so I have time to tally them. 900 more words

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Just Like We Planned

A Macbeth Creative Response

‘She should have died hereafter,’ sobbed Ben. His body racked as he cried on my shoulder. The coffin was lowering into the ground. 920 more words

Stories By Sarah

Book Review: The Devil Crept In by Ania Ahlborn

The Devil Crept In by Ania Ahlborn

Jude Brighton is missing, and only his ten-year-old cousin, Stevie, seems concerned. Most of the town regards Jude as merely trouble, and write him off as a likely runaway. 217 more words


Mist: The Ghost Stories of Richmal Crompton

Richmal Crompton’s adventurous, scruffy and rumbustious schoolboy William Brown remains a celebrated and immortal creation in children’s literature after almost a century, widely recognised as one of the most popular fictional characters of all time. 704 more words

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