The Blinddust Collection

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Eight Horror and Fantasy Short Stories from Molecat Jumaway.
A Man Struggles with the aftermath of a hostage situation. A woman struggles with the death of her son and Farley Struggles with Faeries. A man struggles with his boring life while Josephine struggles with Sales representatives.
Basically it’s about the struggle.
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  • Category: Fiction » Horror » General
  • Words: 30,010
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781458081155
About Molecat Jumaway

Molecat Jumaway lives in Melbourne, Australia and has been writing short stories and novels for many years.
“Rules of the Soul” was his first book and is followed by “Eating at me”.
Even though Molecat is fond of his book, "Eating at me." He refers to it as his "Dirty Little Book."

"Quiet Slumber of the White Wolf" is his third novel and he is currently working on two others.

He is married to a beautiful but strange wife who is convinced ‘Dr Who’s Daleks’ scream “Extravagant” instead of “Exterminate” as though they were some kind of Decor Police.

He likes old typewriters and old phones. He has a fear of balloons.

When tired he buys cheese, he does not know why.

Some of his Short Stories and updates can be viewed at:

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Review by: Hobbe Noxious on May 21, 2015 :
Thoroughly enjoyable. As the previous reviewer stated, it is in need of some more editing, but aside from that small gripe, the stories themselves are quite entertaining and diverse.
(review of free book)
Review by: MoratGurgeh on Aug. 17, 2013 :
Great stories, told well. Genre can be hard to pin down sometimes, and these stories are very much like that. A soupçon of horror, a dash of fantasy, a teaspoon of humour... regardless, here it makes for a most tasty meal.

Sadly, the whole book could do with a good editing, but most especially the last three stories. There are a *lot* of spelling mistakes (almost exclusively where an inappropriate but similar sounding word was used) and some of the tortuously constructed sentences would be much easier to read if simply changed around a little (mainly in Abandon).

Still, the stories are very good indeed, and if you can ignore the needed editing, I'd definitely recommend this book.
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