Fantasy, Fiction and Horror
 
Collins American Dictionary
Some of the names and places in these stories are invented and, probably, cannot be found in the dictionary.
 
The House that Creaked
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In need of renovation.
2,240 words
 
Funny Honey
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Lighting up the world.
2,280 words
 
Cannibal Crypt
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The last of the troglodytes.
3,100 words
 
Smugglers' Gold
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Hidden treasure hoard and ancient murder.
1,280 words
 
Sister in Pink Rhinestones
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Getting to know the bossy older sister.
2,540 words
 
Tantrum Tower
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The cure for petulance.
1,400 words
 
Empathy
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Touching the minds of others.
1,740 words
 
The Forgetting Flower
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Some things are better not forgotten.
1,480 words
 
Floating in the Clouds
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Travelling to eternity.
610 words
 
Silverstream
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Too late to save the planet, Mr Brendan.
1,470 words
 
     

Short Stories for older, and not quite so old, children

Hot Chocolate

Never trust a four-year-old's grasp of arithmetic

1,860 words

The Ghosts of the Greasy Spoon

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Haunted junk food

1,000 words
 

Twillington's Tip

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Where rubbish goes

1,420 words
 

Abbess Honoria

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Honour the past, or pay the price

1,660 words
 

Custard Doughnuts

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Confectionary and stone carving

750 words
 

Queenie

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Rodent with the ultimate weapon in its paws

1,200 words
 

Sammy's Sandwich   

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    Strange snacks for a strange friend

670 words
 

Zalda Zax and the Cyberpod

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Flight of fancy into a different dimension

2,880 words
 

The Jugle Egg

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How to hatch a new Universe

1,080 words
 

Tigger, Treacle, and Coke

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Friendship knows no boundaries

  900 words