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Jon Hartling had been writing aimlessly for many years before the stars aligned and he discovered his muse in the classic stories of H.P Lovecraft With the invaluable help of his wife Heather in an editorial and technical capacity, he began writing short stories of weird fiction He lives in Wisconsin with his wife and children and dreams of one day owning a plush Cthulhu doll that s wearing a G

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 6 pages
  • Firebug
  • Jon Hartling
  • 24 January 2019

10 thoughts on “Firebug

  1. says:

    Overall, Firebug was an enjoyable short story with an X files feel too it I plan on reading the rest of Hartlings stories.

  2. says:

    Started great then just sort of fell apart to eh

  3. says:

    Short story about an old man and woman watching the trees around them be chopped down, and new houses go up Then a mysterious serial arson burns the houses one by onewhose behind it Where will the fireflies go when all the trees are gone

  4. says:

    This is the second very short story I have read by Jon Hartling, and I would look forward to reading something longer He has a skill at the short story medium, which not many writers can pull off The first one I read, The Snow Owl , had much the same effect on me as this one drawing me into an empathy of the main character in a very short span in this case the equivalent of 6 pages Ultimately, this was a horror tale and for those with phobias, there are bugs involved So on that level it does qualify as a horror short For those of us without insectile phobias, it s a cauti...

  5. says:

    Firebug is a glimpse at a bigger story It does have a beginning, middle and end, but leaves a lot of unanswered questions.I wasn t 100% sure where the story was going when I started reading, an old guy moaning about progress, the loss of the woods around his property and such But it quickly escalated and took a rather bizarre turn.I must admit, the twist in the tail end really is what secured this short story it s 3 stars...

  6. says:

    Appealing to both nature lovers and small town mystery horror fans, I enjoyed this eerie fantastical piece I especially liked the cover art it perfectly evokes the setting and mood of the story The foreshadowing was appropriately measured not too much and not too...

  7. says:

    Lectura f cil y sencilla, muy ligera y con la trama bastante original Me gust el concepto y la forma en que se desarroll , porque no ten a ni idea de que ese podr a llegar a ser el desenlace Me encant.

  8. says:

    interesting story. one reviewer here was right, it does have an x files feel to it what happens when nature gives way to progress Well this lil tale tells you what happens when some lil creatures fight back A good short story.

  9. says:

    Firebug is an imaginative short story from a promising new author I enjoyed reading this creative piece and look forward to checking out his other work I do feel that character development is needed, particularly in the wife, but this is something that may get fleshed out in future works.

  10. says:

    Interesting and differentInteresting and different Reminded me of twilight zone stories Very quick read with a unique twist I will definitely read from this author

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