Tag Archives: Angry Ghosts

Post the Hundred-and-Thirty-Seventh: Blogiversary Extravaganza!

Welcome, Gentle Reader, to my Blogiversary Extravaganza! We have some very special surprises today. First of all, look under your chair – did you find the keys to a BRAND NEW CAR? I hope not, because I didn’t break into … Continue reading

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Poetic Interlude XXVI

“Doctor, are you filled with fear? Your look has gone a bit severe.” “I had a premonition, dear.” The learnéd man resumed his leer And wiped away the lady’s tear. “Doctor, I am filled with fear!” He grasped her waist … Continue reading

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Post the Hundred-and-Seventh: Family Snapshots

Gentle Reader, I am having a rotten evening, and have been suffering a fair amount of writer’s block lately. I do hope that, in lieu of a real post, you’ll accept a smattering of family snapshots, showcasing my bizarre, improbable … Continue reading

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Post the Eighty-Second: The Victorian Technological Exposition

According to the Internet, Gentle Reader, my blog is entirely about angry ghosts, abandoned buildings, death, QUILTBAG politics, and my ex-husband.  While this amuses me, this is not entirely what I set out for. For example, there aren’t nearly enough … Continue reading

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Post the Seventy-Ninth: In Which There Is A Seance

By the time we threw the Day and Night Regency Ball, Gentle Reader, the Fabulous Party Association had been going strong for three years. Most of our functions had been hosted at Hale’s Pass Lodge, in Arletta, owned by the … Continue reading

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Post the Seventy-Seventh: The Ballad of Shadowdouche

Gentle Reader, I don’t know what possessed me to let Post the Seventy-Sixth go live as the first post after promoting this blog. When I’m telling the story in person, it’s much funnier, and less terrifying. I do beg your pardon, and … Continue reading

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Post the Seventy-Fifth: In Which There Is A Haunted Castle

Three years after my father passed away, Gentle Reader, my mother finally decided that she was ready to scatter his ashes. He had always dreamed of being a mountain man, and there was a spot in the mountains where he … Continue reading

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