Things that Go Bump in the Night

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Yon 'fore the now, the then was a'here.
The beasties, an' ghoulies, an' ghosties ran freer.
Amok an' away, we hid from the day.
Runnin' at night, we doled out our fright.
Twas not of our own strife; we were spoken to life.
I be one o' the beasties what goes bump in the night!

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Words: 7,710
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311467379
About Tim Baer

After wasting close to 30 years of his life on Wicca and a life of paganism, Tim, now in his 50s, came to know Messiah in 1998. Since then, he has done as much as possible to make up for those wasted years. A disabled US Navy Desert Storm veteran, he lives in Texas with his wife of 25+ years plus a pack of critters. He is currently working for a concrete company where he is busy playing in the mud with a big truck. When he is not at work, or at home busy pounding out more Sci-Fi on his laptop, his time is taken up serving his cats, the LORD, his wife and his dogs--not quite in that order (but don't tell the cats).

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Review by: Hobbe Noxious on May 12, 2015 :
An interesting tale of misplaced loyalty with a side of... forgetfulness, perhaps. A cautionary tale, geared toward night creatures everywhere. The dialogue was delicious, however. One could practically taste the brogue.
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Review by: Tammy Souch on June 05, 2014 :
I don't read very many shorts, but the ones Tim Baer writes are always an exception. He manages to encapsulate so much in very few words, and I was sucked into the characters by the second paragraph!

Pick it up, and then go get Sherpa and everything else by this author!
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Review by: saywat777 on May 27, 2014 :
My first chance to read his work...Loved it.
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Review by: quantmlife on May 26, 2014 :
If you're looking for an enjoyable tale that will take your mind away from where you are currently, and down the proverbial rabbit hole check out this book and this author. I thoroughly enjoyed this engrossing story.
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Review by: timsuda on May 26, 2014 :
As an Alpha Reader of this work, I was given the unique opportunity to see how Mr. Baer's story evolved. This narrative allows the reader insight into the feelings of an surprising character. We have a glimpse of one young girl's nightmare coming true, only to take an unexpected turn. Its a very pleasurable, read, just be sure to lock your doors before turning in for the night. You never know what beasties may be lurking outside.
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