Monthly Archives: October 2013

The First Magi by Perry McDaid

The First Magi Guided beyond Great Herod’s grasp by the insubstantial host, they came upon the babe at last at first Christmas. Well, almost. There was no snow upon the ground to worry shepherds at the door; just that star, … Continue reading

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Stories for Halloween

As we approach Hallowe’en, the night when Derry turns itself inside out in a feast of paganism … well, dresses up anyway; when ghouls, devils, tarts, ghosts, bunnygirls (oops already said that), pathetic consumerised film characters, and weirdos of all sorts will be stuffing their sweeties into … Continue reading

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STRING O’ MISERY by Perry McDaid

A small anthology of quirky short stories which would probably otherwise remain unseen. Some stories are like that. The thing to do with most writing is to work and work and work at it until it is perfected. Some just … Continue reading

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It’s coming…

The concoction of weird and amazing tales set to send shivers up your spine and stimulate your gagging response – to make you sit up and worry. For these are tales set in the ordinary; the everyday. Title taken from … Continue reading

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Observation

As I peruse the message boards of the virtual world which, it is said, will remain forever encased in the essence of the universe, I note the arguments and debates, the mewling insults and the profundities. One thing is clear. … Continue reading

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