Posts Tagged short story

Groundhog Day

Phil was finally dead. I had been in service to that fool for what felt like eons but I remember the day well, it all began on February 2, 1886 as the humans label time. On that day, a witch whose true name I never learned (may she languish in agony in the Pit until […]

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Tonight, on Ghost Discovery – preview

This is a preview of my latest short story – available on my site, Amazon and wherever you might purchase your e-books.  “Tonight on a special live edition of Ghost Discovery, Nick Carter and his band of ghost hunters take you inside the famous Ghost Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada. The museum is home to many […]

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The Seat of Destiny – Part 2

1177 – 1307 AD The chair had served the Arabic alchemist, Faisal al Hamid, as a resting place from his labors in his laboratory. Faisal found himself drafted by the army of Saladin to succor the soldiers and at times Saladin himself with the healing draughts which he brewed. No physician in the army of […]

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