Spiritual Fiction

Flash Fiction Series

  “The Time-Comber’s Book”

Painting of rainy Paris day, with a street lamp standing by bench
Our experiences, our emotions….If a spiritual being were traveling through space and time to learn about us, to help us eventually, he or she might keep a journal just like “The Time-Comber’s Sketchbook.”

From the past to the present — and everywhere in between — follow the journeys, highs and lows of the “time-comber.”

Entry #1: Through the Portal  •  Entry #2: The Haunted 1970’s Lodge  •  Entry #3: Nostalgia in 2012  •  Entry #4: Depth of Heart at a 1940’s Fairground  •  Entry #5: Paris 1924, Vintage Rain •  Entry #6: Impassable Technology in 2014  •  Entry #7: Silence in the Three-Decade Amusement Park  •  Entry #8: Self-Critical in Victorian England

Short Stories

“Leaving the Jouie de Vivre

Image of sunken ship and ghost lay

An aging marine biologist, Dr. Thomas Raynes refused to retire. Yet his life felt stale and unlived…until he had a reason to believe sunken ships held more than wreckage and sea life. {Read}




“The Nameless Fair”*

Paren had searched everywhere for one particular lost soul. A spirit guide trusted with finding truly lost souls when they are at last ready to move on, she makes her way to The Nameless Fair, a sometimes gruesome carnival housing those who were lost both in life and in death.

Can Paren succeed among the fair vendors selling deep-fried legs and rides like the “Smotherer,” operated by phantoms?

{Read Part One} {Read Part Two} {Read Part Three} {Read Part Four}

*Previously published on Channillo.com


{More short stories online}


Image credits:
“Time-Comber’s Book”: by the author
“Leaving the Jouie de Vivre”: FreeImages.com
“The Nameless Fair”: Dina Dee/Pixabay.com