My┬áDeal Me In deck gave me spades this week, which sent me to Daily Science Fiction, where I found this: The Earth Looks Different From Hereby Jeanna Mason Stay A space station is haunted by a crewmember who died on the job. She was the…

In this excerpt from A DEAD GUY AT THE SUMMERHOUSE, my paranormal suspense novel set in 1968, the narrator, 17-year-old Mitch, has just learned that Albert, the last man his elderly employer (who wants him to call her Aunt Missy) hired, died on the job.…

HELLO! My name is CHICKIE! I’m really really really a big girl now, ’cause I don’t hab stitches in my belly and I don’t hafta wear that stupid cone around my neck. I went right back to work, helping Poppy wif the play puzzle he’s…

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