Short Stories

Rapunzel by Kathryn St. John-Shin – <published in DM du Jour> short story retelling of Rapunzel fairytale. Generations after Rapunzel’s original imprisonment in the tower, a prince travels to her rescue only to be met with a surprising twist on his expectations.

Ghostly Visit by Kathryn St. John-Shin – <published in October 2013 Issue (Paranormal World) of IdeaGems> flash fiction of a ghostly encounter in the middle of the night. <I removed the link because it no longer works – magazine is out of print>

The Cursed Mirror by Anna Sinjin  <published in All Dark Places by Dragon Soul Press, October 30th, 2018> short story about a cursed mirror. Modern days. Beware what you buy a garage sale. Other authors featured in the ADP Anthology include Hui Lang, Simon Dillon, A.M. Cummins. Edited and compiled by J.E. Feldman.

A Season’s Time by Kathryn St. John – <accepted into First Love by Dragon Soul Press, Release Date: February 28th, 2019> short story about the love between a mortal man and a hamadryad. Other authors to be announced.

The Mountain Prison<collecting dust> flash fiction of nightmarish mountain prison

Terror in the Dark<collecting dust> short story of a young girl who sees nightmarish creatures from fairy tales


2 thoughts on “Short Stories

  1. And now to flesh out your ideas. Think about your ideas, one at a time and let them evolve into a story. That’s the joy of writing. Next time you stop by my blog, please leave a comment. I’d love to hear from you, new friend.

    1. Those stories were finished a long time ago and, while it says they’re still in the submission process, that’s just because I didn’t get them published. I got busy with other things and stopped submitting them early on. They’re still sitting around because I’m procrastinating looking up magazines and starting the whole process again. ^_^; lol And I also have a feeling I can make that Terror in the Dark story better if I rethink it long enough and I don’t want to put the thought into it right now because I’m in the midst of writing something else. My brain doesn’t like switching between projects. If it does switch, the projects never get done. >_<

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