Monthly Archives: December 2013

Set the way-back machine for chapter 14 of Nightfeather: Ghosts

What really was going on in the mining town that stood where Farnham is now? Why was Abigail Lane involved? And will any of this explain what’s happening in Farnham today? Find out in chapter 14 of Nightfeather: Ghosts, “Back in … Continue reading

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Chapter 13 of Nightfeather: Ghosts is up

How are a woman from a century ago and an e-mail connected to each other? Sanderson would like to know, because she’s at the mercy of the person who connects them! Unravel the riddle in chapter 13 of Nightfeather: Ghosts, “A … Continue reading

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Chapter 12 of Nightfeather: Ghosts is available

Puzzles, puzzles, puzzles: a missing ghost, a live person as a ghost, ghosts killing people. Sanderson is trying to unravel the puzzles with the few clues she has from yet other ghosts, while working through her shift as bartender. But … Continue reading

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Chapter 11 of Nightfeather: Ghosts

Armed with a sack of flour, Sanderson is willing to do battle with the ghosts that are slaying people in Farnham. But being willing does not necessarily mean being successful, and sometimes even successes don’t turn out the way one … Continue reading

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Chapter 10 of Nightfeather: Ghosts, and the Peralta-Reavis land fraud

Energized by finding out that one of the ghosts actually lived, Sanderson decided to take an active role in investigating the ghosts. But ghosts aren’t the only hazard out there. And Sanderson doesn’t yet know what they can do. But … Continue reading

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Chapter 9 of Nightfeather: Ghosts, and silver

The ghost told Sanderson that she needed more information. So she’s off to get more information from Decatur County’s unofficial historian, Miss Angela Farr. But will more information solve Sanderson’s problems, or raise new ones? Find out in chapter 9 … Continue reading

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Chapter 8 of Nightfeather: Ghosts

No matter what neat bits of magic she can pull, Sanderson lives in the same world the rest of us do, and has to deal with its pains and pressures. So while she thinks about what to do about ghosts, … Continue reading

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Chapter 7 of Nightfeather: Ghosts, and an old acquaintance

Three women, one of them dead, a lonely ravine . . . what could go wrong? No, no, this isn’t a slasher flick. Sanderson might be happier confronting a slasher. At least she’d understand what she was dealing with, instead … Continue reading

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Chapter 6 of Nightfeather: Ghosts

Sanderson isn’t really the outdoors type. She’s never set foot in the ravine in the more than two years she’s lived in Farnham. That omission gets rectified in chapter 6 of Nightfeather: Ghosts, “In the ravine,” as this affair with ghosts … Continue reading

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Chapter 5 of Nightfeather: Ghosts, and the new background

There’s a lot of things one can lose. A cat, say. Or maybe a friend. Or, if one wants to get philosophical about things, one’s self. A cat, unless it’s Schrödinger’s, is either found or lost, there’s no in-between. Not … Continue reading

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