Uncle Josiah collects dreams. That's all Molly knows about him; all anyone seems to know. The family would rather forget he even existed. But when her mother dies and she and her brother are orphaned, Uncle Josiah is the only one who offers to take them in.
Molly finds living in her uncle's house difficult at first. It is not a place for children--strangers come and go at odd hours and his amanuensis watches the children with secrets in his eyes. Uncle Josiah remains awkward and distant. Part Jungian, part mystic, he is determined to find the primordial nightmare at the root of the collective unconscious. His obsession has made him a laughingstock, but Molly is fascinated. In her uncle's work she can escape her grief, if only for a little while.
Then the dreams begin, harmless at first, and Molly slowly realizes that she may be the only one who can save what's left of her family.
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About the Author
He has had a few stories published in the Mad Scientist Journal, T. Gene Davis's Speculative Blog, SpeckLit, Page and Spine, and Occult Detective Monster Hunter: A Grimoire of Eldritch Inquests.