Visiting the Mall of Lost Souls in chapter 13 of Summer of the Netherfield Witch

And the Mall of Lost Souls isn't just an American thing. If you look closely, you can see it lurking within Birmingham, England's Great Western Arcade, which has had more than a century's experience in entrapping the unwary

The Mall of Lost Souls isn’t just an American thing. If you look closely, you can see it lurking within Birmingham, England’s Great Western Arcade, which has had more than a century’s experience in entrapping the unwary!

Miranda Milan is a witch. She’s also a walking goth fashion disaster. And now she’s taking Jane Harris and Cindy Van Schacht on a trip to one of the most dangerous places in the world: a shopping mall. But this is no normal shopping mall. This is a place where even your credit cards can turn against you. This is the Mall of Lost Souls. And Miranda is placing all three of them in danger as she goes “Shopping for souls” in chapter 13 of Summer of the Netherfield Witch.

Summer of the Netherfield Witch is my current serialized story. A new chapter goes up every Friday before noon (U.S. Eastern Daylight Time, GMT-4, for the benefit of those people in Latvia, Mongolia, and St. Lucia who have visited my blog . . . once). If you’ve not been reading this story, you can begin here, at chapter one. Each chapter is hyperlinked backwards and forwards to the adjacent chapters. And the table of contents page can take you to any chapter. Or you can go to the “About” page and see a description of all the other stories on this blog. It’s like a virtual shopping mall of stories! (Heh, heh . . .)

About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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3 Responses to Visiting the Mall of Lost Souls in chapter 13 of Summer of the Netherfield Witch

  1. crimsonprose says:

    Mongolia? I haven’t had that one. I do, however, have a following in the Far East. 12 different countries represented—but not Borneo and Sarawak!

    • Brian Bixby says:

      There have actually been more than one hit from Latvia and St. Lucia over the lifetime of this blog, to my surprise. (I just looked up ALL the figures.) On the other hand, there has been only one hit from Macao. WordPress now DOES give you the statistics in an Excel-compatible form, but for only intervals (day, week, month, year), not the whole blog lifetime, which they used to display.
      Nor surprisingly, the U.S., U.K., and Israel generate the most hits.

      • crimsonprose says:

        Me too of the States and UK—followed by, as I said, Far East (if taken as a whole), otherwise several Eastern European countries. Which, to me, is odd. What’s more there’s been little variation over the life of the blog (now into its 3rd year (not counting Nov & Dec 2012).

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