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These stories contain naughty necromancers, moderately wicked witches, and zombies who might eat your brains if they don’t succeed at seducing you. This quirky collection gathers the funniest fantasy, weirdest paranormal and most hilarious horror written by award winning author, Sarina Dorie. Included in this book of treats are stories previously published such as:
Putting the Romance Back into Necromancy
Five Tips for Outsmarting Satan—and Your Students
Night of the Living Deadcrumbs
In all, there are seventeen tales to transport you to another world and tickle your funny bone!
5 Stars, Can't Wait for More!
This delightful collection of stories take the old tropes of the horror genre and turns them upside down.
--AstroKitty, Amazon Customer
5 Stars, Sarina Dorie's tongue-in-cheek writing style is put to great affect in this collection
Sarina Dorie's tongue-in-cheek writing style is put to great affect in this collection. Melding societal mores with creatures of the night, "Ghosts, Werewolves and Zombies-Oh My!" takes the reader on journeys that are sometimes unsettling but wickedly funny in their plots. My personal favorite is "Skinjacking" for its unusual perspective. When you pick up a copy of this gem, don't read it at bedtime or your sides will ache from laughing.
-- JD O'Guinn, Amazon Customer
5 Stars, An excellent collection
Sarina Dorie's stories are a real treat. She has been showing up more and more in online magazines, and I really enjoy her skewed, tongue-in-cheek perspective on the supernatural. This collection is a wonderful way to get acquainted with a fun and sexy author!
--Tyler P., Amazon Customer
4 Stars , One of Daily Science Fiction's most prolific authors
I found Sarina Dorie through her stories on Daily Science Fiction. She's been one of the few authors with serial stories on the site. . . they don't seem to publish a single author multiple times, so I think that says a lot about her abilities as an author.
Ghosts, Werewolves and Zombies -- Oh My! is a solid collections of stories that will make you smile. I don't usually like humor in my science fiction/fantasy, but Dorie's stories are character driven and usually subvert a trope in some way. There's a wonderful innocence about some of the characters as they come face-to-face with how the (magical) world really works.
If you've been a fan of Dorie's work across the web, this is a great way to get a bunch of her stories in one place.
--ZuperZandwich, Amazon Customer