Tales of Woe and Wonder

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About the author:
I write software by day and speculative fiction when I should be sleeping. My fiction falls somewhere in the fairy tale, fantasy, and ghost story genres. I've been writing all my life but decided to become super serious about it and pursue publication a few years ago. My work has appeared in various anthologies and magazines. I live with my wife and children and cat in a house with more books than bookshelf space. You can find me musing about words and fiction on my blog at jeffchapmanwriter.blogspot.com.

Tales of Woe and Wonder

Authored by Jeff Chapman

Tales of Woe and Wonder collects nine fantasy stories from Jeff Chapman. There are new fantasy stories and fairy tales as well as classic fairy tales retold. You'll find a mix of fairy-tale wonder and tragic woe, ranging from a young boy's first brush with the harsh realities of war in "A Gift from over the Sea" to a miraculous bridge in "The Master and the Miller's Daughter" to a young girl's encounter with a witch's insidious spells in "Esme's Amulet."

All the stories in this collection have been previously published, appearing in online magazines or print anthologies.
"A Gift from over the Sea" originally appeared in Everyday Fiction.
"The Princess and the Vampire" originally appeared in The Midnight Diner, Volume 3.
"The Fletcher's Daughter" originally appeared in Residential Aliens.
"The Hand with the Knife" originally appeared in Mindflights.
"Why the Squonk Weeps" originally appeared in Digital Dragon Magazine.
"A Mother's Gift" originally appeared in Silver Blade Magazine.
"Under the Bridge" originally appeared in Apollo's Lyre.
"The Master and the Miller's Daughter" originally appeared in Residential Aliens.
"Esme's Amulet" originally appeared in Golden Visions Magazine.

Publication Date:
1479373222 / 9781479373222
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5" x 8"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Fantasy / Short Stories

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