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"Why Friday the 13th Brings Fear"

The history of our fears is fascinating.
Friday, the 13th is most fascinating, for it combines the terrors of two evils into one terrifying day for some. 329 more words

Life Musings From A Reiki Master And Intuitive Animal Communicator

Wraiths or zombies?

I’ve always tried to avoid zombies.

Good idea, you say.

More specifically, I’ve always tried to avoid the term “zombie” in my fiction, or anything resembling it. 563 more words


Lilacs & Sycamores

The first wave of panic hits Mara as Dennis attempts to kiss her for a second time. She turns her face away and stares at the flowers on the ground, feeling unbearably jealous. 691 more words


The Widow's Thorn - now in paperback!

My latest novel, The Widow’s Thorn, is now available in paperback, for those who prefer these things. It’s also available on Kindle (these are links to Amazon.com, but it is available on other Amazon sites as well). 11 more words


The Blame and Shame of It

Once upon a time, true Christians walked upon the American continent, and their religion was for them a living principle and a source of joy. One thinks of the indefatigable work of Fray Bartolomé de las Casas in defense of the American Indian; the nightly dance rituals of American Shakers and their sober house furniture pieces—crafted so that angels could be received by saints. 1,206 more words

Oscar Giner

The Widow's Thorn

“There are strange powers at work in the lands…”

Yesterday saw the publication on Amazon of my latest novel, “The Widow’s Thorn”, sequel to my earlier book, … 141 more words


A new mini-excerpt from the new book

As some of you will know, I’m in the very final (promise) stages of editing the sequel to my novel The Witch of Glenaster, so here is another little excerpt to whet your appetite. 110 more words