Sep 262011

It is almost the ides of Octoberfest, and my mind is turning toward the furious fun of NaNoWriMo, National Novel-Writing Month, which is actually in November. But for some reason this year I just can’t wait. Last time out of the gate, I got down “The Singing Well,” a Young Adult coming-of-age novel that surprised me and still holds up pretty dran well. It’s available for purchase on CreateSpace. Read about it here.

I don’t have a title for the new one, which I just started a few hours ago, but I’ll be posting to it daily as “30 Days” in the Novellas section of

Off we go! The tale commences here.

Sep 022011

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Authored by
Gregg G Brown

“When the Moon Melts”

The dwarf’s hideous face retreated from the basement window, an array of grimy grey whiskers and a radish nose.

“When the moon melts
And the Gods of Autumn roam
Evil and good are equally felt
And nothing certain is known,”

Chanted Mr. Plimsoul and the lady together. Wild shadows flickered around them, and they gestured toward the shut box, black and shiny as a beetle’s back. They seemed to be trying to compel the box to open or spontaneously erupt in flame…or something.

“Casket of Augersaal, I command you: open!” Mr. Plimsoul shouted, making a weird gesture at the box.

“By Neamiahas’ eye, by Qyudditch’s kin, I say: unfasten!” the lady hissed, her boa and her long arms gesturing in the flickering light of the braziers.

The casket hopped on the sawhorses once, as if a person inside were being tickled or kicked, and then was still. A thin jet of purple smoke sizzled from one end of the casket… and then stopped.

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Publication Date:
Sep 02 2011
146627560X / 9781466275607
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5″ x 8.5″
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Coming of Age