Tag Archives: short stories

We Must Have Cream for Sunday

Long before I finally got to visit Ireland last August, I wanted desperately to go. This desire found its way into several stories, including today’s RieTales story, “We Must Have Cream for Sunday.” That explains the setting, but not the … Continue reading

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Drink My Soul…Please

  Did you ever have a dream spark a story? That’s what happened with my Apocalyptic science fiction story “Drink My Soul…Please.” I had a dream one night and the next morning three clear images stayed with me. One was … Continue reading

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Today’s RieTales post is about “Bloody Rain” (also available as a single). It is the story of a young woman in Whitechapel in the 1880s. I bet you can guess where this is going? I have been fascinated by the … Continue reading

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GUEST POST: A. F. Stewart

Today I want to share a guest post from author A.F. Stewart promoting her new Horror Collection Visions and Nightmares debuting on the 13th, fittingly enough. I have read this book, and it is fantastic. There is even a special … Continue reading

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RieView — Random Realities by Melanie Fletcher — 5 Stars

I picked up Random Realities for my Kindle because Melanie Fletcher is a friend of mine, but oh, am I glad she is. This collection of stories runs the gamut from pastoral to parody, and every story is a gem. … Continue reading

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