Monthly Archives: December 2015

Starting part 2 of Magician’s Misfortune

If you haven’t already, meet Harry Eberhardt. Harry is a magician in the employ of the Office of Occult Affairs, the U.S. Government’s agency charged with dealing with magical threats to the country. Harry has not been a great success … Continue reading

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Chapter fifteen of Magician’s Misfortune

What has gone wrong with the team searching for their demon-possessed colleague? Why don’t the phones work? Harry Eberhardt is facing the possibility that this demon hunt has turned into a fiasco once again. And then one of his colleagues … Continue reading

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Harry hits the road in chapter 14 of Magician’s Misfortune

“It’s my way and the highway,” Persephone Désirée Arabia Nightfeather Sanderson tells Harry Eberhardt after deciding not to kill him. Seffie gets pissed off at men turning up in her bed uninvited, especially when they don’t even come in through the … Continue reading

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Lucky (for Harry) chapter thirteen of Magician’s Misfortune

Harry Eberhardt has crappy luck. He’s now the sex slave of Dr. Candy Knox, who takes “dressing down” to mean dressing ugly or not at all. He needs to communicate with Abigail Lane, who’s been dead for the better part … Continue reading

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The 2015 moldy oldie(s): Midwich Cuckoos of the Damned

Every Halloween I dust off a long-forgotten supernatural horror story to read and review. It’s been a busy November, which is why I’m only getting to writing up my review of 2015’s selection today.  This year’s “moldy oldie” is the … Continue reading

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