SUNDAY, November 22nd: MORE STORIES - Sublime to Silly

Two sessions today: one of a work in progress, and another as its antidote.

@ 2PM ~ TWO HOUSES Concludes in the Seanchai Fireside Room
Caledonia shares the WIP conclusion of her short story "Two Houses": a young couple honeymoon in Ireland where strange and frightening dreams of the past disturb their future.  The mystery centers on the fates of two houses, one thriving and one decayed.

The story will be part of A TRIO OF IRISH TALES, which is set to be released by the end of the month for Kindle and in Paperback.

"...the silliest book I ever wrote" quoth author Neil Gaiman.

Caledonia shares Gaiman's hysterical adventure in misdirection. This is quite possibly the most exciting adventure ever to be written about milk since Tolstoy's epic novel War and Milk. Also it has aliens, pirates, dinosaurs and wumpires in it (but not the handsome, misunderstood kind), also a never-adequately-explained-bowl-of-piranhas, not to mention a Volcano God.

Presented live, in voice.
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