Goodnight, God

Goodnight, God is a short story collection by Catherine M. Harris. Covering a variety of fiction styles including horror, fantasy, general fiction, some of them have been previously published in publications such as The Toronto Star, and Storyteller Magazine.

Collected Poems of Catherine M. Harris Book 1: Polaroids Get Yellow

Polariods Get Yellow is a collection of original poetry by Catherine M. Harris. It includes such favorites as "God and the 401" and "My Boy". Catherine M. Harris has previously been published by StoryTeller Magazine and was a Judge's Choice winner in the Toronto Star Short Story Contest for her short story "Candles". She has won...

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OFF-AIR

Off-Air is the story of a single mother whose life becomes entwined with an era long gone, and where a different reality begins to creep in through the telephone, where hysterical newscasters are speaking of events and people that don't exist. It's enough to make Emma believe she's losing her mind. That is until odd messages from two...

I Ching Jukebox

I Ching Jukebox is a novel about a love lost, a Psychic Fair and weekend of lives entwined, brought together by one man's trip to visit the Fair to please his mother. Who would have known the doors this simple request would open? Come visit this Fair yourself and find out.

"The Fall" of 1963

Several precocious teenagers meet and form friendships in the autumn of 1963. On their first day of school in the ninth grade, three guys who stand up for a new kid against bullies on their school's 'could have been a winning football team' nearly get in trouble deep.

Late Night Cleaners Club

Started for Nanowrimo 2014, Nanowrimo 2015 continued beginning at Chapter 19. Now for 2016 we start at Chapter 32 - will we finish it this November? Hmmm..... Doug is a middle aged man who visits his mom in Fredericton for Thanksgiving. When he gets there, he realizes that something is wrong, his mom is not herself and what’s...

Goodnight, God

Goodnight, God is a short story collection by Catherine M. Harris. Covering a variety of fiction styles including horror, fantasy, general fiction, some of them have been previously published in publications such as The Toronto Star, and Storyteller Magazine.