Catherine Cavendish


My name is Catherine Cavendish and I write paranormal fiction.

My latest novella, the paranormal horror, 'The Devils Inside Her', has recently been published by Etopia Press. I hope you'll all enjoy it! Etopia Press has also published my chilling, paranormal novellas 'The Demons of Cambian Street' and 'Cold Revenge' and a creepy, ghostly short story called 'In My Lady's Chamber.'

My short ghost story, 'Say A Little Prayer' is published by Gypsy Shadow Publishing and features a sexy Jim Morrison and Marilyn Monroe (in a skin-tight gown). It's short enough to read at one sitting and designed to put a smile on your face. Please note, there is one short sexy scene.

If you would like a free download of one of my stories, you will find 'Dance Me To The End of Time' on Smashwords - with a touch of magic.

I live in the North of England and Wales with my husband and a slightly eccentric tortoiseshell cat and have had a lifelong fascination with the paranormal which intensified when I saw an apparition which no-one has ever been able to rationally explain. I am currently working on a number of new projects, including a novel featuring a circle of ancient standing stones. When I'm not slaving over a hot computer, I can usually be found wandering around Litopia or Facebook - or more likely trying to untangle my latest hero/heroine from some impossible predicament. Welcome to my world!

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Dance Me To The End Of Time
Price: Free! Words: 1,200. Language: English. Published: December 30, 2011. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
(4.83 from 6 reviews)
Emily is dreaming of Christmases past; of crackling fires and roasting chestnuts. Charles appears and takes her hand, and together they waltz back in time to old Vienna where Strauss himself conducts the orchestra. This is a short tale of enchantment and nostalgia - with just a touch of magic...

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  • The Best Kept Secret In Normandy on March 16, 2012

    A lovely story with a touch of magic that was satisfying, well written and left me with a warm glow. Liz Newman (best knwon for An Affinity for Shadows) has delivered a warm and engaging short story, perfect for curling up with.