October Release from WDM Publishing

WDM Publishing is proud to announce a new addition to our Spun Yarns imprint of short stories and short story collections. We hope you’ll enjoy Debbie Mumford’s Tales of Disastrous Deeds, available at most ebook distributors.

TALES OF DISASTROUS DEEDS
by Debbie Mumford
Audience: Suspense | General Audience | Collection

Take a journey into the realm of disaster, whether natural or man-made, with these five short stories from Debbie Mumford’s Flights of Fantasy.

In this collection you’ll discover a thrilling tale of an ill-conceived heist (“Egg Thief”), a flash tale of natural disaster (“Aftermath”), a moving story of a young man’s desperate struggle to survive in the wilderness (“Silver-Tipped Death”), a short tale of humanity’s quest to avoid annihilation (“Remembrance”), and a Sci-Fi tale of personal loss and ultimate triumph (“New Year”).

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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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