A Pumpkins Halloween by Mark Kasniak

A Pumpkins Hallowween

A Pumpkins Hallowween

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A Pumpkins’ Halloween is a wonderful tale that embodies all the right attributes that sum up the spirit of the holiday of Halloween. Ghosts, zombies, vampires, maniacs, witches, and talking jack-o-lanterns all take turns playing different roles in this multi-storied novella. A Pumpkin’s Halloween brings to you everything you remember that was fun about Halloween along with a good dose of dark humor, while at the same time scaring and sickening you with its real-life tales of depravity.

A Pumpkins’ Halloween follows the story telling of five jack-o-lanterns as they come to life on Halloween evening. As the jack-o-lanterns banter back and forth while giving each other grief, they find themselves forced to look out on the street because, after all, they’re stationary, they’re pumpkins. As Halloween progresses, each jack-o-lantern takes turns telling a story in celebration of the holiday and one will ultimately be judged the winner at night’s end. However, there is a stipulation. Each story has to be about the trick-or-treaters that the jack-o-lanterns watch passing them by as they go about in search of candy. Also, each story gets to be picked by one of the other jack-o-lanterns for added difficulty.

The stories the jack-o-lanterns tell focus on such taboo subjects as a father who is not very good at being one, a little boy who likes to play with matches, a woman who doesn’t enjoy the company of children, not even her own, and a psycho killer who likes to target trick-or-treaters for his murderous games.


About me? I’m a book fanatic, love to write and being in the forest. Peace and quiet may very well be my favorite things on earth. I also have a dog Tipper, who pees on everything and I don’t believe a word that people say if they have the moniker, “Expert” attach to their name. My goldfish, Milli, recently died. Burials at sea are always tough. And, I still haven’t ever been able to figure out how high is “up”? I know for a fact that it’s impossible to hate pizza and nachos. And, I also don’t know if I’ll ever truly get author bios. If, an author’s life was so interesting that people are dying to know about it, than why do you think we authors would spend all day writing fiction? Want to know anything else? Just ask, I’ll probably just be thinking about french fried potaters anyway. MMMM-HMM

: @MarkKasniak




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