Dark Moon Ceremony

Dark Moon Ceremony
Genres: Contemporary Fantasy, Fantasy, short story
Tags: books, short stories
Publisher: My Big Fat Orange Cat Publishing
Publication Year: 2017
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About the Book

When dark moon ceremonies go wrong, what things might creep through the cracks of reality?

Sandra finishes her dark moon ceremony appreciating the beauty of nature, but she quickly realizes something is terribly wrong.

The small copse she works in transforms into a haunted maze of sounds that don’t belong. Armed with only her athame, Sandra attempts to find the source of the strangeness.

Upon finding the source of the problem, Sandra must then set out to clean it up, a task that could put her very existence at risk.

Dark Moon Ceremony is a contemporary fantasy short story by Bonnie Elizabeth.

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