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The Commoner's Death





© Thomas M. Willett, 2015

Shakespir Edition


Art “Design” by Thomas M. Willett


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As Halloween approaches, I present to you the final of my quasi-horror tales of 2015. I mostly say quasi, because the story’s not really scary. It’s more of a reflection on usefulness and having the ambition to live a happy and normal life. While I cannot claim to be an expert on witches, I do believe that there’s something intriguing about their placement in pop culture, as they’re both figures of fear and repression. This story is dedicated to those having a rough time and need someone to encourage them. You don’t necessarily have to be a witch to qualify.


*Author’s Note:

The people and events depicted in The Commoner’s Death are fictitious. Any resemblance to reality is coincidental.


Praise for Thomas M. Willett



“What a fantastic creation this book is. A young man who is starting to realize that his earlier years that were spent as a some times troubled some times care youth are over. It is time to make more mature decisions. A great example of today’s social urban life styles. I did not want this short story to end. I wanted it to continue to explore this youth’s new realizations and life in his new future.”

4/5 stars – rucrazy


“A very interesting read, well written. It sounds like a teaser for a novel; I would have liked it to continue through life…he gets a job, marries, lives his life, etc. Maybe there is more to come?”


4/5 stars – Sue Gross



“Very interested with the beginning of a fresh new story & character. Somehow the author seems to have a dark & troubled side to his work.. I will continue to follow his publications to see if he can pull himself out of a funk..Overall it takes awhile to get into his stories but I do enjoy what I have read so far.” – PART ONE

3/5 stars – rucrazy


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The Commoner's Death

As her friend celebrates a birthday, Liz discovers that a man has committed suicide in her front yard. Does she use her witch powers to save him from death?

  • Author: Thomas M. Willett
  • Published: 2015-10-27 00:40:06
  • Words: 6135
The Commoner's Death The Commoner's Death