Catholic Guilt and the Joy of Hating Men by Regan Wolfrom

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Nine Women. Nine Stories. And nothing ordinary about them.

From the slightly askew mind of Regan Wolfrom comes this collection of hilariously dark tales of love, death, and horrible timing.

Heather Smythe

Pretty. Shy. About as lapsed as a Catholic can get.
Heather's trapped in the a cult of killer succubi with a taste for East Hollywood douches.
("High Times at the Sixth Annual Succubus Sisters Garage and Bake Sale")

Amanda Hackensack
Somewhat tall. Can't dunk. Never knew her father.
Amanda wakes up in a world of voodoo and zombies that she knows shouldn't exist.
("The Zombification of Amanda Hackensack")

Marguerite Frunkel

Lonely. Awkward. Painfully ginger.
Marguerite finds two strange little gnomes who show her just what she's been missing.
("Gnome on Girl on Gnome: A Love Story")

Laura Daniels
Political outsider. Maverick. Avowed crazy cat lady.
Laura learns the sinister truth behind her unexpected electoral success.
("The Siamese Candidate")

Stephanie Munro
Hard working. Hard drinking. Hard to please.
Stephanie comes to regret taking a trip on the edge of the world with people she knows she shouldn't trust.
("The Raven's Head Dagger and the Custom of the Seas")

Marie-Claire Grimson
Pink hair. Pretty smile. Likes to eat people.
Marie-Claire may soon discover that meat is murder no matter how you slice it.
("Vegans Are F**king Delicious")

Maddy McKay
A little lonely. A little self-conscious. Starving to death.
Maddy's trying to slim down to starving model size, but her little housemates don't seem all that supportive.
("Maddy McKay and the Elves in Her House")

Vanessa Dervoe
Softball legend. Proud Yooper. Breathes underwater.
Vanessa's strange gift has gotten her nowhere in life, stuck in a sad amusement park and surrounded by death.
("The Ocean Goddess and The Home Run Queen")

Kara Hermin
Mysterious. Troubled. Loads of fun at parties.
Kara's lived a long and dangerous life, and may be forced to live it all over again.
("Born Again at Granny's Cave")

About Regan Wolfrom

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Regan Wolfrom (born at the tail end of the disco era) has come a long way from his 1986 debut novel Harry the Adventurous Hamster (currently out of print due to having never been published or completed). After a break from writing to attend puberty, and to eventually sell six packs of Molson Canadian to his misnamed crush, Moosehead Girl, Regan returned to the craft with reckless abandon and a gallon jug of iced tea with just a smattering of extremely cheap rum.Regan is now the author of a post-apocalyptic novel series with only one mention (so far) of zombie erections. Regan hopes to one day write a novel set on Mars while sitting in his boxer shorts on the actual Red Planet, and everything that comes before that is really just his way of saving up for the one-way trip.Though Regan has been shafted by residency requirements in his pursuit of the MacArthur genius grant, his current fiction is considered to be of high caliber, reflecting a marked improvement in style and grammar from the aforementioned thing with the hamster. It also has far fewer graphic scenes of pound puppy plushes having sex in the back of a shoebox equipped with paper wheels. 
Published November 27, 2012 by Wolfrom Writes. 197 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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