Junior police officer Alex Davis has spent his entire life letting other people do most of the work: in school, at home, in sports--as long as there was someone else who could do it better, why need he bother?
One night, Alex receives two calls and chooses the easier option--a choice that comes back to haunt him... literally! Now Alex finds himself at the behest of two wronged ghosts bent on teaching him a lesson--and it promises to be one he'll never forget!
2. A Writer's Tale
An aspiring writer is thrust into the adventure of a lifetime as the story she is trying to write suddenly materializes around her. Follow Laura as she travels through seven different genres and finds herself pitted against everything from fairies and dragons to aliens, giants, Western-style bandits, and pirates!
-Part 1(Intro & "The Dragon's Quest" Pt 1)
-Part 2 ("The Dragon's Quest" Pt 2)
-Part 3("The Dragon's Quest" Pt 3)
-Part 4 ("The Commander's Courage" Pt 1)
-Part 5 ("The Commander's Courage" Pt 2)
-Part 6 ("The Sheriff's Showdown" Pt 1)
-Part 7 ("The Sheriff's Showdown" Pt 2)
-Part 8 ("The Corsair's Deception" Pt 1)
-Part 9 ("The Corsair's Deception" Pt 2)
-Part 10 ("The Goblin's Riddle" Pt 1)
-Part 11 ("The Goblin's Riddle" Pt 2)
-Part 12 ("The Hero's Choice" Pt 1)
-Part 13 ("The Hero's Choice" Pt 2)
-Part 14 ("The Writer's Tale" Pt 1)
-Part 15 ("The Writer's Tale" Pt 2)
-Part FINAL (Conclusion)
Cramwell “Cram” Fornberg is a reclusive man who keeps mostly to himself, staying in the house when he can, looking no one in the eye on the occasions when he has to go into town.
Cramwell becomes interested in cryptology, deciphering every code he can find. One day, he deciphers a note and is horrified to read, “Beware! Someone will disappear at eight!” At first he thinks nothing of it, but two days later, Cramwell finds an article in the newspaper about a suspected abduction at the exact time at which he had deciphered the note!
Suddenly, the shy Cram must turn from a man who looks in the eyes of nobody, to one who must watch everyone, for fear they might disappear! As he continues receiving more notes, Cramwell becomes more and more agitated. Who is sending the notes? What do they mean by saying someone will disappear? Will a victim eventually be killed? Will someone else begin receiving notes twenty-four hours prior to his own murder?
4. The Telmar Trilogy
Melanie has been told since the day she was old enough to care what people thought of her that she was a Curse on her community. Set adrift from the island that was once her whole world, she encounters a group of four siblings from a place called England, and soon discovers they hold the keys to a secret world where her deaf-muteness does not exist, and where a Lion tells her that she is his Blessing to an entire nation. Melanie has heard of blessings in disguise--but how could a Curse be a Blessing without knowing it?
A Brief History of The Nation of Telmar
-Volume 1: The Legend of Telmar
-Volume 2: Her Ladyship of Telmar
-Volume 3: The Legacy of Telmar
5. The Day of Reckoning
Yeah, I know it's not "technically" a Saturday Series, but it is a series, so I'm making it accessible! Start here to read the story of how a team of random characters came together to defeat a powerful enemy.
Prologue Part 1
"The Suggestion Box"Bored and looking for something to spruce up my blog, I created a project called "The Suggestion Box." Each week, I asked readers and followers for a list of four things: a name, a place, a time, and an object. My goal, then, was to create a story involving those things.
-The List: Tina, Early Morning, rural countryside, Dead quail in the road
-The List: Tammi Carmody, 7PM on the 30th of June, Jan Pierce's House, Turkish Scarf
-The List: Ignatz Ratzkewatski, 5 minutes before Midnight, USO outpost on Vega 12, An heirloom Watch
-The List: Teresa, Winter solstice, Londonshire, Numbers
-The List: Elena Knight, 4:00 am, Devonshire, Tabby Cat
-The List: Scander, Unigivla, afternoon, Baby
-The List: Latisha, a cave hidden behind a waterfall, early evening, a pile of bones
-The List: Neal D. Parker, Egypt, 1930's and 2030's, a puzzle in 4 pieces
-The List: Horatio Whistlestop, sunset, Uncharted Phoenician island, rope
-The List: Suzannah, San Fransisco Bay area, 1988, Electric A-frame guitar
-The List: Butterfly Huffingtree, Inverness, Scotland, 11:59pm, Hot Air Balloon
-The List: Ashuria, Citadel of Natalys, a century, fountain of youth
-The List: Scarlet, an abandoned castle in Scotland, late 1700's, A bloodstained shirt