Tag Archives: short stories

Lovecraft Homage – flash story

Well, well. You just never know where a surge of inspiration will originate, perhaps while organizing one’s library. Hadn’t thought of the wonderful stories of H.P Lovecraft for some time, but unpacking an old edition of At the Mountains of … Continue reading

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The Forest Girl – finale

In the last installment Lisa and Lance sought refuge at Lance’s house after fleeing from Cerridwen’s violent transformation. Then Lisa returned home. What will the two discover when they meet up the following day and return to Cerridwen’s home? _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ … Continue reading

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Charlie, Charlie

A little tongue-in-cheek story. ______________________________________ Foyer of a dark abandoned house at night. Wind howls outside. A sheet of notebook paper lies in the middle of the dusty floor encircled by candles. Two pencils lie across one another, the one … Continue reading

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The Forest Girl – part two

Here is the second installment of the “Forest Girl”. In the first part we ended with Lisa and Cerridwen talking at the dinner table with Cerridwen’s parents. Cerridwen wanted to know if Lisa had brought music. Lisa said she had … Continue reading

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My Undine

My alchemy is lost. I cry out in vain for the fairest soul I have ever known, who inspired when all else shackled me to the abyss where hopelessness and deceit lie side by side. She rose from this shadowed … Continue reading

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Podcasts

The new podcast is up. “The Hidden World” part one will have something for everyone. To begin with the episodes are shorter, so listeners are not obligated to sit for 25 to 30 minutes at a time. Also, I am … Continue reading

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