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The Dangers of a Mini-Break – a Reaper Short Story #2

A sequel to Coffee, Cake, & Ghoulets, illustrating the danger of reapers on mini-breaks …

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Death is Always Sure – a Glenda & the Horsemen Short Story #2

A sequel to ‘Glenda & the Horsemen of the Apocalypse’, featuring a visit to New Zealand and a very worried farmer …

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A Nasty Little Sentence – A Salesdemon Short Story #2

A sequel to The Hard Sell, because I wanted to know what happened next …

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The Hard Sell – a Salesdemon Short Story #1

“What do you want more than anything in the world? What, one might say, is your heart’s desire?”

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The Writer’s 12 Days of Christmas

In which I mangle a beloved Christmas song for the sake of my own amusement.

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The Ghost Hunter & the Troll – Rachel Agnew, Ghost Hunter #2

A festive sequel to Rachel Agnew, Ghost Hunter, featuring a grumpy troll and a bridge …

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Glenda & the Horsemen of the Apocalypse – a Glenda & the Horsemen Short Story #1

“So,” she said. “You bring on the apocalypse. Is this your religion, or something?”

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Rachel Agnew, Ghost Hunter (#1) – a Short Story

“It’s okay, you don’t have to understand. That’s my job. I’m a professional Ghost Hunter.”

“Lizards.” He sounded suitably impressed.

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Coffee, Cake, & Ghoulets – A Reaper Short Story #1

“I already have eight ghoulets in my apartment, Ethel. I’m not even allowed a hamster in this apartment. The landlord was quite clear.”

The Real Night Before Christmas (a re-telling)

‘Twas the night before Christmas, and in Santa’s workshop,
No one was slacking, they worked on non-stop.
The elves were all hungry, their feet were all sore,
And no one had slept for six days or more …