Yuletide Greetings from Vampires


small christmas tree surrouned by moving train setWillow the Vampire, her friends Darren and Felicity are keen to extend their Yuletide greetings to all their friends, so have yourselves a merry, bloodless Christmas and savour every bite (says Willow).

If I get a chance to finish The Little Book of Ghosts, I will upload it before the New Year – there’s just so much interesting stuff to include, it’s hard to know what to leave out…

For example, there’s the Victorian plasterer, a grumpy man who wouldn’t listen to his landlady’s advice, went out in his white garb and got himself killed by an angry, and very scared, mob because they thought he was one of the ghosts who had caused nocturnal mischief for a while on London’s spooky streets…

Then there are all those wonderful folk legends from Russia, Scandinavia, not to mention Japan, which seems to have more creepy ghosts and demons than all of Europe put together. And don’t get me started on India, what a fascinating place for creatures of the dark…

 

Merry Christmas, everyone!

 

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