TWO New Spun Yarns Tales from WDM Publishing!

WDM Publishing is proud to announce two new tales in our Spun Yarns collection of short stories.

First, Deb Logan gives us the fourth story in Dani Erickson’s series of adventures. In Family Daze, Dani’s brother Jamie discovered her secret identity. Now, in Challenging Daze, Dani and Jamie must learn to work together.

CHALLENGING DAZE
by Deb Logan 
Audience: Juvenile | Demon Hunter | Short Story

Dani Erickson has a secret. She’s a hereditary demon hunter. The seventh child of a seventh child, she was born to battle the nasty monsters she sees infesting her small Colorado town. Unfortunately, her youngest older brother has learned her secret and he wants a reward in return for his silence. Brothers…what a pain!

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Next, Debbie Mumford continues the saga begun in Red’s Magick with a new tale of the mischievous faery imprisoned in a pane of ancient Irish glass. Seeing Red introduces Evan Flynn’s Irish pub. Come on in and get comfortable!

SEEING REDSeeing Red
by Debbie Mumford
Audience: Fantasy Romance | General Audience | Short Story

Katie O’Malley needs to feel safe and welcomed somewhere in the world, but Evan Flynn’s pub—with its unusual inhabitants—is the last place she expects to find refuge.

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About Debbie Mumford

Debbie Mumford specializes in speculative fiction—fantasy, paranormal romance, and science fiction. Author of the popular Sorcha’s Children series, Debbie loves the unknown, whether it’s the lure of space or earthbound mythology. Her work has been published in multiple volumes of Fiction River, as well as in Heart’s Kiss Magazine, Spinetingler Magazine, and other popular markets. She writes about dragon-shifters, time-traveling lovers, and ghostly detectives for adults as Debbie Mumford and SFF for children and young adults as Deb Logan.
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