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In this fourth installment of the Mobile Writers Guild anthology series, our members celebrate the season of witches, jack-o-lanterns, black cats, spiders and ghosts that is Halloween. As always in our Pieces series, we have an eclectic selection of stories, poems, and one play that explores the chills, thrills, and giggles that fill the streets as well as our ghoulish lit In this fourth installment of the Mobile Writers Guild anthology series, our members celebrate the season of witches, jack-o-lanterns, black cats, spiders and ghosts that is Halloween. As always in our Pieces series, we have an eclectic selection of stories, poems, and one play that explores the chills, thrills, and giggles that fill the streets as well as our ghoulish little hearts every October. So lock the doors and windows, dip yourself a goblet of witch’s brew, pull a blanket over your head for safety, and curl up in a nice dark corner to enjoy the read!


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In this fourth installment of the Mobile Writers Guild anthology series, our members celebrate the season of witches, jack-o-lanterns, black cats, spiders and ghosts that is Halloween. As always in our Pieces series, we have an eclectic selection of stories, poems, and one play that explores the chills, thrills, and giggles that fill the streets as well as our ghoulish lit In this fourth installment of the Mobile Writers Guild anthology series, our members celebrate the season of witches, jack-o-lanterns, black cats, spiders and ghosts that is Halloween. As always in our Pieces series, we have an eclectic selection of stories, poems, and one play that explores the chills, thrills, and giggles that fill the streets as well as our ghoulish little hearts every October. So lock the doors and windows, dip yourself a goblet of witch’s brew, pull a blanket over your head for safety, and curl up in a nice dark corner to enjoy the read!

7 review for Halloween Pieces: A Mobile Writers Guild Anthology

  1. 4 out of 5

    Candice

    Fun collection of 12 short stories, 5 poems, & 1 play to get you in a delightfully spooky frame of mind, whether at Halloween or any time. (November & December are traditionally the time to read spooky stories, you know!) I usually pick my top 5 favorites when I review anthologies, so here goes! (Disclaimer: I'm proud of my own story so I'm including that too :)) "The Tree Remembers" Janelle tries to get out of going to her and her husband's 15 year class reunion until she realizes it might be the Fun collection of 12 short stories, 5 poems, & 1 play to get you in a delightfully spooky frame of mind, whether at Halloween or any time. (November & December are traditionally the time to read spooky stories, you know!) I usually pick my top 5 favorites when I review anthologies, so here goes! (Disclaimer: I'm proud of my own story so I'm including that too :)) "The Tree Remembers" Janelle tries to get out of going to her and her husband's 15 year class reunion until she realizes it might be the perfect opportunity to get back at the Mean Girls who may have caused the death of a classmate with their bullying. With the help of a theatre-friend, she comes up with a plan to scare the Mean Girls sober. The ending is unexpected and absolutely PERFECT. "Black Apple Harvest" Apple-bobbing is a silly children's Halloween game, right? When graduate student Marjory O'Brien accepts a mysterious invitation to an All Hallows' Eve party, she has no idea how it will link back to one fateful night in her past. "The Portrait of Eliza Melling" Historical fiction set in 1910. Those Mellings just can't leave folks in peace, lol. Sean Spunner feels out of place at all the Halloween festivities because he can't get the love of his life out of his head--the incomparable, vivacious Eliza Melling. So he goes home and art comes alive as his former lover manifests out of the scandalous portrait she painted for him when she was still alive. "Death Takes Another Holiday" Funny story set in the 1980s when Death comes to reap a soul and ends up staying for the beer and chess games. Note: beer and spoiled strawberries never mix. "Ranger" Fantasy set in the 1890s with strong Jules Verne & Indian Jones vibes with a lady explorer main character. Mix in a ghostly guard dog and ancient Egyptian archaeology with a mysterious tomb inhabitant and you have a fun, chilling read. And many more good ones!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Roberts

  3. 4 out of 5

    debbicat *made of stardust*

  4. 5 out of 5

    Joyce Scarbrough

  5. 5 out of 5

    Carrie Dalby

  6. 4 out of 5

    Chris, a librarian

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nichole Renauld

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