Bradley Sinor

Bradley H. Sinor has seen his short stories published in numerous science fiction, fantasy and horror anthologies such as The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Tales of the Shadowmen, Volume 6 Grand Guignol, Ring of Fire II and the Grantville Gazette. Three collections of his short fiction have been released by Yard Dog Press, Dark and Stormy Nights, In The Shadows, and Playing with Secrets (along with stories by his wife Sue Sinor.) His newest collection of stories, Echoes From the Darkness, is from Arctic Wolf Press. His non-fiction work has appeared in a variety of magazines and anthologies.

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It’s About Time: An Ode

It’s About Time: An Ode

Elizabeth “Betsy” Springer came awake with a gasp. She could barely breathe! The last thing she remembered was the coachman’s yell and the way the world tilted as the carriage slipped off of the road. Then . . . nothing. I must have died, I know it!...
All for One

All for One

“Let me tell you, my friend; women are nothing but trouble! They will do nothing but bat their eyelashes and get you into trouble! And when you think they are gone, then they come back to haunt you.” Charles D’Artagnan took a sip of his wine and...
The Play’s the Thing

The Play’s the Thing

Mirari Semsa looked up with a start when the front door of her chocolate shop slammed open so hard that she feared it would come off the hinges. Elizabeth “Betsy” Springer’s familiar, lanky redheaded form made a beeline across the room, weaving in...
Portrait of Bees in Spring

Portrait of Bees in Spring

“Now this won’t hurt a bit.” Betsy Springer rolled her eyes, remembering the first time she had heard that phrase. Her family doctor had been about to give her a booster shot. Despite what the nurse said, that one had hurt. “Like I really...
A Study in Redheads

A Study in Redheads

“Paul, we need to talk!” Paul Kindred, managing editor of the Grantville Times, stifled a groan when he heard that voice. Betsy Springer came toward him at a dead run, her red ponytail bouncing like an excited rooster’s tail, and would have collided...
Still Life with Wolves and Canvases

Still Life with Wolves and Canvases

“Werewolf?” Denis Sesma caught himself chuckling as he retied three small strips of leather on his horse’s saddle. This was not the first time that his traveling companion, Elizabeth “Betsy” Springer, had asked that question. Actually, it...
On The Matter of D’Artagnan

On The Matter of D’Artagnan

"Charlton Heston or Tim Curry?" mused Cardinal Richelieu. Since there was no one else in the room, the chief minister to His Majesty Louis XIII of France was speaking for his own benefit. Richelieu sat in a large chair behind the huge desk that dominated the room...