One Night in Salem book

Merry meet all,

I want to tell you the good news. My short story, The Grimm Pumpkin, will be published by FunDead Publications this fall. The anthology of spooky short stories is titled One Night in Salem. My story centers around Samuel., a young student who is bullied by a classmate. He gets revenge on him by Samuel’s mother’s pumpkins, who devours the bully.

The stories span 400 years and vary in the storytelling, theme, characters and styles. The stories all share the common thread of occurring in Salem though they all happen in different decades. I can’t wait to read the anthology and look forward to seeing it in print.

I’ve never been to Salem. I made up for that by doing research at the local library. My story was first a 500-word flash fiction story published in Horror Novel Reviews: One Hellacious Halloween Volume 1 ebook and secondly in the Ezine Chicago Literati. This is the third reprint and I couldn’t be happier. It shows what can happen when you use your imagination!

The book can be preordered on the FunDead Publications website. There’s one more reason to celebrate Autumn. The website is for more info. Or here:

The book cover shows a pumpkin. I await the opportunity to read the scary and fantastical tales spun in the book One Night in Salem. I hope you all have a chance to read it too. 

Blessings, Lady Spiderwitch




Filed under Paranormal and Witchy Fiction

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