May I Go Play?

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
A young woman inherits a southern mansion from her grandmother only to find the original owners want company.

"May I Go Play?" is an eleven-thousand word short story originally featured in The Eclective's "Haunted Collection."
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Fiction » Horror » Ghost
Published by CyberWitch Press
Words: 23,630
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310174940
About Heather Marie Adkins

Heather Marie Adkins loves magick and words, but not necessarily in that order. She can often be found wrangling chickens in her backyard, pulling weeds from her herb garden, and saving field mice from her cats—when she isn’t plotting her eventual move to Ireland. She worships the moon and stars, and loves the feel of grass beneath her bare feet.

She is the author of numerous titles including: The Temple (Vale Avari, Book One); Abigail (Witch Faery, Book One); His Haunting Kiss (His Kiss, Book One); Mother of All (Hedgewitch Mysteries, Book One); and Heaven Below (Goddess of Ptalonia, Book One). Her novels have hit several bestseller lists since she began publishing in June 2011.

Heather lives in north-central Kentucky with a house full of animals and the love of her life—all of whom drive her crazy.

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Review by: Nora Black on Aug. 08, 2014 :
Jittery, scary, but mostly extremely well written. This tense little novella will keep your interest. The tale is rife with an aura of a haunting, as any good ghost story should be. The characters are realistically drawn, and the authors clever use of trait detail lends flesh to the protagonists and to the narration generally. The ending sent a shiver up my spine. I love it when I discover a new author I know I will seek out in future.
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Review by: David Blake on Aug. 04, 2014 :
This is a 'haunted house' story with all of the usual trimmings - young family move into a dilapidated old house with a reputation; doors start opening and closing on their own, things go bump in the night, the occupants start acting out of character...
Those readers seeking a more original type of horror story might want to skip this one, but if you like a good old fashioned 'haunted house' yarn - and let's be honest, who doesn't? - then I recommend this highly. Adkins' prose is top-rate, the story drips with atmosphere and the suspense builds beautifully. I look forward to sampling some of her other works.
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