Archive for October, 2016

A magical version of modern Los Angeles, an ex-druid down on his luck. Peregrine Dunn (the protagonist of SILENCE IN THE CHAPEL, and the narrator of the story) finds himself in a foul mood and just wanting a quiet drink. But a would-be client won’t take ‘no’ for an answer and what comes next drags […]

New Short Story: “No Love For Emily”

Posted: 25th October 2016 by Bill Maxwell in Magick, Short Story
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This tale was inspired by someone looking and me and snarling “Why should we follow your laws?” This would be my answer, complete with a fair bit of body horror and ancient rituals. You have been warned. And may you have a happy Hallow E’en. Ω The first thing Conny learned about Emily was that […]

Two of my short stories, The Red Gift and The Trouble With Perspective are up for sale. I’ve also got a pair of new short stories that will coming up this week. The Red Gift A magical version of modern Los Angeles, an ex-druid down on his luck. Some people spend New Years Eve alone, […]