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Ali-bonkers By Gerrard Wilson
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Looking at the unusual bottle (it was greenish gold in colour) Ali wondered where her mother had purchased such a wonderful item. Moreover the liquid it contained tasted of chocolate, mango and... More > vanilla. There was no label upon it, only the name of the drink and a palm tree logo in front of a rising sun fashioned into the bottle itself... Later, Ali heard a loud KNOCK, KNOCK, KNOCK on the front door. "I wonder who that can be," she said timidly, "at so late of the hour?"< Less
Like a Storm Trooper By Gerrard Wilson
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Don’t get me wrong, George loved his wife, he loved her dearly, in fact he adored the ground she walked on. However, there was a problem; Martha, George’s beloved wife, SNORED. For three... More > long years George had struggled to overcome his weakness, the fact that he was an incredibly light sleeper. Every night, after the happy couple had retired and kissed the other goodnight, George lay in bed awake, waiting, listening, fearing, wondering when the nightly performance would begin. Sometimes it started straight away, the very moment his wife’s sweet head touched her pillow. Other times it began much later, well into the wee small hours, after George, having tired of waiting for it to begin, had drifted off to sleep. However, the one thing that each night had in common was the undeniable fact that his wife – Martha – snored with as much force and ferocity as a Storm Trooper invading Poland.< Less
The Witches By Gerrard Wilson
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It happened one cold autumnal night, when three crazy mad witches appeared in my bedroom and began to fly around my bed. You may well ask, Is this just another one of your fantasy stories, like so... More > many others you have penned over the years, you might ask. My answer, the only thing I can say to you in reply is to read on and find out for yourself…< Less
Fizzy Cherry Cola By Gerrard Wilson
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A SCARY STORY.I can imagine you thinking, What’s so scary about Fizzy Cherry Cola? To be truthful there is nothing scary about it, but having said that, look carefully into the picture of the... More > bottle. Well, did you see them? Did you see the troubled souls trapped within it? Did you see the expressions on their poor, pitiful faces, knowing they have no hope of escaping that ever so strange bottle? To find out how this unfortunate state of affairs came about, read the story - and be amazed.< Less
The Fog By Gerrard Wilson
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It was a cold November evening, so cold the weak, autumnal sun made no inroad into the heavy frost that had descended the previous night. As I approached my friends’ house, I looked forward to... More > the warmth of their fire, the congenial atmosphere, and a glass of warm Madeira wine...< Less
Things That Go Bump In the Night By Gerrard Wilson
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When we were young, we all had something that we were scared of, when the lights went out. The thing that scared me the most was the box of toys stored underneath my bed. During the day I loved that... More > box, the box that contained all of my favourite toys, the ones that I loved playing with on Saturday mornings, when I had a lie in, when mum gave me breakfast in bed. I can still remember it so clearly, rushing through breakfast as fast as was humanly possible, so mum could take away the tray and replace it with my box of toys from under my bed. Once it was there, safely ensconced on top of the blankets in front of me, I would make my way through it, playing with every one of my toys, oblivious to the world outside. I was so happy. During the day, I saw my toy box as no threat; it was my best friend. Unfortunately, after dark, when mum had turned off the light in my bedroom, that very same toy box turned into something so scary it had me shaking with fright.< Less
Christmas: A Carol Betwixt By Gerrard Wilson
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Exiting the counting-house, two gentlemen walked dejectedly away from it. “Mr Fosdyke,” the first gentleman, a plump, grey-haired individual, said, “I am deeply saddened that anyone... More > could be so cold of heart, especially so at this time of the year.”< Less
The School Fete By Gerrard Wilson
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Each year our school put on a summer fete. It was the event of the year, just before school broke up for the summer holidays, and each and every pupil looked forward to it with great anticipation. As... More > the time of the event grew closer, and the school rooms began to fill up with the many bits and bobs that were donated for the big day, we were barely able to contain our excitement. You see, St Ignatius was a small, old-fashioned primary school, where space was at definite a premium, so Sister Alexis, our headmistress, designated a part of each classroom to store the donated stuff. I call it stuff because that is what it actually was, stuff that people wanted rid of. But to us children, with our imaginations running wild with excitement, it was treasure.< Less
Alice In Wonderland Christmas By Gerrard Wilson
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Alice in Wonderland Christmas story. First, she discovered Wonderland. Then she slipped through that fascinating Looking Glass. Now, she’s on Top of the World. The continuing adventures of a... More > girl named Alice.< Less
Two Bold Little Boys By Gerrard Wilson
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Once upon a time, there were two bold little boys called George and Fred. They were so bold – so incredibly naughty – they made the lives of everyone they came in to contact with... More > unbearable. Their poor, bedraggled mother did try to tame them, though, to keep her sons on the straight and narrow, but she was at nothing against two little thugs hell-bent on causing the maximum amount of mischief and mayhem wherever they went. This was how it was; it went on for week after week, month after month, and year after year until one dark, cold winter’s evening when a stranger came calling...< Less