Clones are being used as suicide bombers in an occupied Tehran, a boy suspects that his loving parents intend to kill him on his thirteenth birthday, and a house is just, like, ridiculously haunted. Little Lost Things is a collection of fourteen short stories, some previously published in professional journals and some that have never seen the light of day. They might make you laugh if you share my sense of humour, might make you cry if you cry easily, and will probably keep you entertained for a couple of hours. There’s science fiction, fantasy, horror, comedy and miscellaneous. The only thing the stories have in common is that they don’t have much in common at all. But that counts for something, right? Little Lost Things is available for Kindle and Kobo for $2.99. Math has never been my strong point, but I think that works out to 17 dollars a story.