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Desperate Housewitches

Desperate Housewitches

Desperate Housewitches


Short Story by Dayle A. Dermatis

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SPECIAL HOLIDAY RECOMMENDED READING LIST 2015

“The story’s wonderful, funny, and a do-not-miss.”

Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Hugo-award winning author, http://kriswrites.com/2015/12/05/special-holiday-recommended-reading-list-2015/

ABOUT THIS SHORT STORY


Kimberly reigns as the witchy Martha Stewart of her neighborhood coven…until Philippa moves in across the street, with her snooty English pagan heritage and her magical one-upmanship. When the annual Winter Solstice ritual goes horribly wrong, can Kim and Philippa put their differences aside and bring back the sun?

“Desperate Housewitches” originally appeared in Uncollected Anthology, Volume 2: Winter Witches.

Dayle A. Dermatis has been called “one of the best writers working today” by USA Today bestselling author Dean Wesley Smith. Under various pseudonyms (and sometimes with coauthors), she is the author of several novels and more than a hundred short stories in multiple genres, including urban fantasy Ghosted. She is a founding member of the Uncollected Anthology project.

A recent transplant to the cool greenscapes of the Pacific Northwest, in her spare time she follows Styx around the country and travels the world, all of which inspires her writing. She loves music, cats, Wales, TV, magic, laughter, and defying expectations.

To find out where she is today and to sign up for her newsletter (and get free fiction!), check out DayleDermatis.com.

ABOUT DAYLE A. DERMATIS


Called “one of the best writers working today” by bestselling author Dean Wesley Smith, Dayle A. Dermatis is the author or coauthor of seven novels and more than a hundred short stories in multiple genres, including the first seven Uncollected Anthology anthologies and the forthcoming urban fantasy novel Ghosted. She is a founding member of the Uncollected Anthology project.

A recent transplant to the wild greenscapes of the Pacific Northwest, in her spare time she follows Styx around the country and travels the world, which inspires her writing.

To find out where she is today and to sign up for her newsletter (and get free fiction!), check out DayleDermatis.com.