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Heaven and Earth: Paranormal Flash Fiction

"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."

- Hamlet (1.5.167-8)

Demons, witches, extra-sensory perception, possessed animals, and an ever-loving God. There is much that exists, or is claimed to exist, in the world today, that we are yet to understand.

This collection of flash fiction paranormal stories contains The Thing in the Window, An Automatic Decision, Telepathic Link, The Witch of Wellington, The Christmas Bird, and the never before published story, Under the Sheets.

Billy's Zombie
Young Billy MacIntyre has always been a weird kid, always taking every little slight to heart.

One day, he decides to exact his revenge on all those simpletons who have done him wrong. And he does it by taking a book of Necromancy out of the library, and raising a zombie from the dead!


When James returns home from school after a rough game of Stingers, his mother is mortified when she sees the bruises on his arm and chest. She phones the school to try and put a stop to the cruel bullying of her son.

But her phone call only makes things worse, as the bullying escalates to levels that nobody imagined possible.


"An exceptional read once again. Found myself completely absorbed and captivated."

Smashwords Reviewer

Heritage of Deceit
Lloyd believes he's found a relic from an old genocide, which could be worth a ton of money.

But the artefact is in the possession of Carla, who never lets it out of her sight.

Lloyd seeks the help of Robert, whom Carla is desperately in love with. Will Robert agree to use Carla's feelings for him to get information about the mysterious object?


"5 out of 5 stars. I cannot imagine you will be disappointed."

The Literary Syndicate

A Petition to Magic
When Marcus claims that his cow was stolen and brutally slaughtered by his neighbour, Queen Celeste agrees to hear the case personally. Although unheard of in Virdura, Celeste is desperate to prove herself to her subjects.

She orders the help of her wizard, Solon, to divine the truth for her. But Solon has a terrible secret. He is unable to perform magic, and he cannot afford to let the Queen find out why.


"You will bond to one or more of the characters, I did." Reviewer