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September and Other Stories

4.50  ·  Rating Details  ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Go ghost hunting with a ghost. Have lunch with a demon. Discover an alien horror in the attic. 16 original horror stories and poems in all. Simultaneously dark, creepy, and quirky...Horror fans looking for something original and entertaining will enjoy the range of writing styles and unexpected plot twists that fill this book. (review at magnificent ...more
Paperback, 188 pages
Published January 3rd 2005 by
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Julie Dawson
Jan 28, 2016 Julie Dawson marked it as to-read  ·  (Review from the author)
Well, what can I say about my own collection of short stories and poems? This was the first book we published through Bards and Sages. I figured that if I was going to experiment I should use myself as a guinea pig.

The bulk of the book is dedicated to the novella September. Set in the early 1920's, the novella follows the exploits of the Collins sisters as they embark on a journey to Cairo to excavate an ancient tomb. Told from the perspective of the youngest sister Natasha, this Lovecraft-insp
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Julie Ann Dawson is an author, editor, publisher, RPG designer, and advocate for writers who may occasionally require the services of someone with access to Force Lightning (and in case it was not obvious, a bit of a geek).

Her work has appeared in a variety of print and digital media, including such diverse publications as the New Jersey Review of Literature, Lucidity, Black Bough, Poetry Magazine
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