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Meet Lubna Sengal, a Twisted Tales author

To paraphrase Forrest Gump (and his momma): “twisted is as twisted does”- so grab your ebook copy of Twisted Tales (or a print copy by clicking  414 more words

Memories are Made of This

Franz eased himself into his favourite armchair, took a sip of coffee and stared at the yellowed, curling photograph in his hand. Four young men in Wehrmacht uniform, their sleeves rolled up for summer, on the day Klaus had snapped them with his box camera. 398 more words

Short Stories

It's Monday; What Are You Reading? The Bad Guys: Episode 1

I grabbed a copy of Aaron Blabey’s book, The Bad Guys, at NCTE, not thinking much of it. It’s a short graphic novel about a wolf, snake, shark, and piranha, who are usually cast as “bad guys” in stories. 234 more words


A Tale of Two Christmases

36 Nash Lane:


I silence the choir with my fist, almost breaking my radio alarm clock, and roll onto my back. 1,817 more words

Short Stories

Twisted Words

Snakes & snails & puppy dog tales
and me the silent observer
unraveling yarn from the skein
wondering my place in the scheme of things… 32 more words


Magic, Adventure, and Wonder: launching the After the Happily Ever After anthology by Anthony S. Buoni

AFTER THE HAPPILY EVER AFTER: A COLLECTION OF FRACTURED FAIRY TALES is the third anthology that TRANSMUNDANE PRESS has produced.  What started as a nagging “what if…” question that we tossed out into the sea of creators quickly mushroom clouded into our most complicated and challenging project to date. 426 more words


LindaGHill reblogged this on Linda G. Hill and commented:

The "After the Happily Ever After" anthology is finally out! My story, "Alice on the Analyst's Couch" and many more wonderful tales can be found in this beautiful book. The Kindle version is on sale until January 1st. Please click on the original post and read all about it, and pick up your copy today. :D

Bernie II - A Dimension Scales Christmas Tale.

Bernie II

A Dimension Scales Christmas Tale.

By Garry Abbott.

‘Frisky little thing, isn’t he?’

The little Yorkshire Terrier was jumping up again at the bars of the cage, his bright green eyes shining under a fringe of curly snow white fur and his tongue flicking in and out of his dark mouth as he panted excitedly. 2,900 more words