Spring means a resurgence of life, Easter, fertility, new growth, new ambitions, new bitter feelings perhaps as the season changes from dark to light. In the middle of the celebrations of the return of spring, what dark deeds are waiting to be done? What monsters have been hibernating all winter? What dark tales have you to tell about this ‘innocent’ time of new life?
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Amor Vincit Omnia
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Delighted, let's put that in capitals, DELIGHTED to say the first story in this anthology is by Chris Bartholomew, The Owl of Spring. Thanks, Chris and congratulations! A first class story to start the collection!!!!!!!