This eleven-story collection runs the gamut of speculative
fiction. For the most part, the tales take place on
a "mundane" earth that is where the readers and the author
live, but something extraordinary occurs to this everyday
environs. Some of the contributions use supernatural
elements, others fantasy, and finally science fiction to
tell a story of the unexpected imposing on the "normal".
Most contain humor (though some more are more subtle than
others) and the key characters seem real whether they are
mummies rising from roads or creatures residing in
fairyland. Each tale entertains the audience who will
agree on how astonishingly well Elizabeth Ann Scarborough
blends the whimsical and otherworldly into the "realistic"
in her telling of a pleasant story.