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Christmas Ghost Story – The Highwayman, full story

Merry Christmas to one and all! A tasty, fizzy, jolly, bright, shiny day and night to all. May your day/week/month/new year be filled with sparkling light and love and joy! Christmas is a time for stories so I thought I’d … Continue reading

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Christmas Ghost Story – The Highwayman, Part 5

Happy Christmas Eve, everyone! I hope everyone has had a wonderful run-up to the Big Day and my most sincere and wonderful wishes to you for Christmas Day tomorrow. May your day be Merry, however you choose to spend it. … Continue reading

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Christmas Ghost Story – The Highwayman, Part 4

Evening everyone! Hope everyone’s enjoying their weekend before the Big Day and that everything’s on it’s way to being prepared. Even if it’s not, take a few mins to yourself and enjoy the next instalment of my seasonal spookfest – … Continue reading

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Christmas Ghost Story – The Highwayman, Part 3

Good evening all! It’s getting closer! 3 sleeps, in fact! Here is part 3 of my seasonal spook story. You can find links to the previous parts below. Enjoy! Part 1 Part 2 3 “Here. I’ve put sugar in it.” … Continue reading

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Christmas Ghost Story – The Highwayman, Part 2

Greetings everyone! Hope you are enjoying my seasonal spook story so far! Please find part 2 (and a link to Part 1) below. Part 1 2 Eleanor was busy chivvying the young people she’d hired for the open day into … Continue reading

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Christmas Ghost Story – The Highwayman, Part 1

Greetings everyone and the very best of the season to you all! In keeping with a much-loved tradition which I have mentioned before, I have written a seasonal Ghost Story to give you thrills and chills at this most wonderful … Continue reading

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The Nights Are Drawing In….

…the temperature is dropping, leaves are changing colour. Halloween is approaching. I always associate this time of year with stories and reading. I read and write all year round, of course, but there’s something about the long evenings and the … Continue reading

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What’s Left Unsaid – Writing Horror and Another #FlashForFriday

One aspect of good writing, particularly horror writing, is that which is not said. Our imaginations can produce scenarios far more unnerving and thrilling than any words on a page can prescribe, so, when writing, especially horror, thrillers or ghost stories, don’t … Continue reading

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The Witching Hour

October is one of my favourite times of year. The air and the leaves are crispy, the smell of bonfires is wafting in the air and time to break out the snuggly coat. It is beautiful in Lancaster at this … Continue reading

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Bleak Midwinter

It was too easy, but still fun! Merry Christmas! Bleak Midwinter At least there was no snow, just wind. But the wind was bitter. How appropriate, I thought, bending my head against it. Pulling the hood down low on my … Continue reading

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