“Blasted Bloomers,” (Link to get the free ebook from all major ebook stores)
First date in magic underwear?
Tonya is shocked when the hunk of her daydreams asks her out. He must be toying with her, or is he? To make sure he likes her, Tonya snitches magic panties from the notorious Witch of Loon Lake. Will her risky plan end in triumph or disaster? Read this free urban fantasy book to find out. Expect a little bit of mystery, a touch of romance, and hair-raising suspense in this comic tale of Loon Lake magic.
“Fallow God” in the Urban Green Man Anthology (Link to buy the book)
You can also get this story and another story of magic and male/female relations if you join the Loon Lake Reading Club.
Maaja on Wattpad (Read my stories for free, as they are being written.)
Feeding Frenzy was featured by Wattpad and then went on to win a Watty award. If you like a fast-paced plot, and a little humour with your horror, this may be the book for you. In this supernatural thriller, Tonya wants to leave her magical family and its problems behind when she starts university. Too bad past deeds have planted the seed for a new threat, growing out of control and threatening the future. Doomed to battle a mind-controlling entity with its roots literally sunken into the town, Tonya must face up to dark secrets in her family’s past before she can defeat a deadly eating epidemic.
Creative Writing: Wattpad shortcuts
Discover more creative writing: novels, poems and short stories on Wattpad, including Feeding Frenzy. Check out the number in front of the ‘eye’ icon below. It represents how many thousands of reads the story has received. (K=1000).
Dragon Town is the third novel in the Loon Lake Magic Series. You can read the draft as it is being written on Wattpad.
Cliffhanger Castle, a serial anthology experiment, and the first story of its kind on Wattpad.
“I Wish My Teacher Knew” is a collection of non-fiction stories about school, written by teens and adults. The idea is to collect first-person accounts of positive and negative school experiences to inform my writings on Creativity in Education. If you would like to add your own personal experiences, your submission is welcome. Contact me here or via Wattpad.
Creative Writing: Poetry
Environmental catastrophe, with apologies to W.B. Yeates.