Nightmare Club

Deirdre Sullivan has been known to lend a helping hand to Annie Graves with The Nightmare Club series…

Did you ever hear that telling a nightmare makes it fade away? It doesn’t. Not here anyway. Welcome to the Nightmare Club’s Halloween Sleepover. You might not last till morning. This is the story Jack told. His older brother Stephen was a great friend … until he started to change. His smell. His face. His friends. His diet.
Did you ever hear that telling a nightmare makes it fade away? It doesn’t. Not here anyway. Welcome to the Nightmare Club’s Halloween Sleepover. You might not last till morning.
This is the story Jack told. His older brother Stephen was a great friend … until he started to change.
His smell.
His face.
His friends.
His diet.
Did you ever hear that telling a nightmare makes it fade away? It doesn’t. Not here anyway. Welcome to the Nightmare Club’s Halloween Sleepover. You might not last till morning. When Dolly goes off to Irish College, she leaves her brother Sandy in charge of Princess Snowflake. But the thing about guinea pigs is that you kind of need to feed them. Or else …
Did you ever hear that telling a nightmare makes it fade away? It doesn’t. Not here anyway. Welcome to the Nightmare Club’s Halloween Sleepover. You might not last till morning.
When Dolly goes off to Irish College, she leaves her brother Sandy in charge of Princess Snowflake.
But the thing about guinea pigs is that you kind of need to feed them.
Or else …
So what is the most innocent, least spooky thing you can imagine? An egg, right? Right. It’s perfectly smooth all over. It’s totally natural. It can’t talk. It can’t put a curse on you. It doesn’t have a soul so it can’t haunt you. Hah! Wrong! How about an egg that just won’t go away. Or one that hatches and out comes … Read the book and find out – if you dare!
So what is the most innocent, least spooky thing you can imagine? An egg, right?
Right. It’s perfectly smooth all over. It’s totally natural. It can’t talk. It can’t put a curse on you. It doesn’t have a soul so it can’t haunt you.
Hah! Wrong! How about an egg that just won’t go away. Or one that hatches and out comes …
Read the book and find out – if you dare!

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