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Ghoultide Greetings: Reflections On a Christmas Ornament

by G. W. Thomas

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Ghoultide Greetings: Reflections On a Christmas Ornament
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Ghoultide Greetings: Reflections On a Christmas Ornament by G. W. Thomas

Christmas has always been a time of magic and strangeness. G. W. Thomas dips his pen in that ink and writes tales for the season. Three stories from Ghoultide Greetings: Horror Stories For Christmas, featuring “The Face, The Hands That Tell the Time”, a traditional ghost story, “The Ornament”, a modern horror tale, and a dark fantasy “The Green Man”.

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BN ID:
2940044791114
Publisher:
G. W. Thomas
G. W. Thomas
Publication date:
08/14/2012
Series:
Ghoultide Greetings , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,144,289
File size:
103 KB
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About the Author

About the Author

G. W. Thomas has been publishing since 1987 and has appeared in hundreds of magazines, books, ezines and podcasts. He has written non-fiction for Writer's Digest, The Writer and Black October Magazine. These days he contributes articles to Innsmouth Free Press as well as publishes the daily micro-fiction newsletter FLASHSHOT. He is also one of the editors/artists of DARK WORLDS, a modern-day Pulp magazine. He has been a champion for ebooks since 1999 and was brought to tears a few months ago when he saw his first TV ad for ebooks. It's been a long road, folks.
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