Hello everyone, and happy one week until Christmas! I hope you’re all enjoying Karl Kangaroo’s Christmas Extravaganza. Also in the spirit of the season, I have decided to make an index of all the holiday-themed stories on this blog to get you into the Yuletide spirit:
A Clown at Christmas
A clown and his holiday angst.
Daryl and Susie’s Christmas
A dragon and his adopted daughter face a festive monster.
We Think of Christmas in November
Why do we think of Christmas early?
I Brought A Snowman to Life One Day
There’s more than one way to bring a snowman to life.
Santa keeps more than just reindeer.
A Gift For Christmas
A snake in a reptile house tries to understand Christmas.
Do You Have A Favourite Toy? (Horror at the Panto #1)
Magic Chocolates (Horror at the Panto #2)
Everybody Loves The Baddie (Horror at the Panto #3)
Three stories about a pantomime…and the supernatural horrors it brings…
Jenny and the Monster’s Christmas
Has Bert the monster finally found his home? (some language)
Mr. Deer Man
An encounter with a hybrid of man and deer. (some violence)
Heck Comes to Sloofiewoof Land
The once-cheerful Oozie has turned his beautiful world into a miserable wasteland; can a spectral rabbit convince him to restore Sloofiewoof Land to its former glory? (some violence)
Lisa the Pizza Woman faces her fairy godmother.
Two Christmas Trees
A real tree and an animatronic tree have a conversation.
The Mouse Queen
A retelling of a Christmas classic, where mice get revenge on humanity and only a certain device can stop them.
The creepy tale of a creepy decoration.
Karl Kangaroo’s Christmas Extravaganza
Lisa the Pizza Woman is to sing during Karl’s Christmas show, but then finds herself having to save it from evil.
Santa Claus never lived at the North Pole; he lives and operates in Purgatory. He brings presents to those that have not yet ascended to Heaven in order to give them hope. His elves and reindeer are the spirits of those who died during Christmas.
Meet his newest recruit, Randall, a Christmas-loving human turned into a confused and curious reindeer. It’s bad enough for Randall that he now has to live in a world where happiness and saccharine is forced onto him daily, but then he learns that the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come has history with Santa, and a crooked man is practicing necromancy so as to ruin Santa’s operation.
Can Randall thwart the evil plan and save the holiday he loves?
Little Louis Lumpton is excited about all the presents he’ll receive on Christmas…but he’s also dreading the arrival of his Aunt Laura, who gives him nothing but socks as a gift. However, one Christmas Eve, he receives a visit from the Ghost of Christmas Socks, who attempts to teach him that getting socks for Christmas isn’t that bad.
A short, 700 word story that should amuse kids, adults and anyone who’s ever hated getting socks for Christmas.