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Stories featuring the funny, whimiscal, and beautiful side of the supernatural.

The Moral Fairy

When an old woman comes to their door, Kaia and Rasmus are quick to comply. It only serves to tick her off more. (2,700 words.)

The Path Less Obvious

Kaia and Rasmus argue over which path to take, forgetting why both are less traveled. (1,600 words.)

That Time in the Dresser

The courage within— Within a dark, cramped wardrobe actually. (800 words.)

The Hierarchy of Wanderers
Homecoming Part I


After a harrowing battle with an evil fairy, vampire hunters on their tails, Rasmus and Kaia find themselves in an eerily familar place. (2,100 words.)

Rasmus and the Witch's Door
Homecoming Part III


How to barter with an anti-social powerful being. (3,000 words.)

Penny for a Job
The Girl in the Woods Part I


Rasmus becomes distraught as the list of dangers surrounding their little village grows. Kaia’s fascination with the chained demon in the basement of the church doesn’t help. (1,900 words.)

Rasmus and the Pie Thief
The Girl in the Woods Part II


In growing determination, Rasmus enters into the dark woods in hopes of finding the lost child. He encounters a strange creature, a riddled-filled enigma who has answers for a price. (3,400 words.)

Kaia and the Broken Witch
The Girl in the Woods Part III


In attempts to find a missing child, Kaia reaches out to a witch with a growing obsession with Rasmus. (2,000 words.)

Deforestation
The Girl in the Woods Part V


The night Rasmus takes to ancient woods and finds what truly lurks inside. (2,200 words.)

Spirited Incarceration
Chaining Nikodemos Part II


Kaia speaks to the monstrosity in the basement. (3,200 words.)

The Black Ooze of the Wyrd
Chaining Nikodemos Part IV

With her brother nowhere to be found and only kitchen utensils in her arsenal, Kaia must risk a village in order save it. (5,800 words.)

Into the Woods
The Girl in the Woods VII

Following a clever voice into the forest, Rasmus comes face to face with the guardian of the lost girl. (3,200 words.)














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