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Mistress Edge’s House of Horrors

Published in Mummy Knows Best, 2017.

An online journalist is sent to review a new haunted house attraction. Built in the home of Mistress Edge, a woman obsessed in life with Egyptian mythology, there is more than just the typical jump scares and strobe lights in this haunted house.

Available for $11.99 on hard copy on Amazon.

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Godmouth

Published as the featured story in Gehenna & Hinnom Magazine, Issue 2, 2017.

After witnessing a tragic accident, a woman is haunted by a word that seems to taking over the city… or is it all in her unravelling mind?

Available for $8.99 on hard copy or free on Kindle Unlimited.

 

Sirens Call

Of Lions and Mice and the Dangers of Doors

Published in the Sirens Call eZine, Issue 34 – Feel the Fear, 2017.

A woman tries to piece together her fractured memories of the night her boyfriend was brutally murdered while battling the all-consuming fear of doors and what can happen if you don’t shut them tight.

Available for free in electronic form.

 

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Danse Macabre

Published in Night in New Orleans, Fundead Publications, 2017.

The streets of New Orleans aren’t safe to travel by night. Chances are you might end up a pile of organs by the side of the road.

$14.99, available in hard copy or Amazon Kindle Unlimited.

 

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The Family Home

Published in Shadows in Salem, Fundead Publications, 2016.

A couple is forced to move to the husband’s old family home that is haunted by more than just bad memories.

$14.99, available in hard copy or Amazon Kindle Unlimited.

 

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Falling

Published in Sanitarium Magazine, Issue 34, 2015

A bitter woman listens to her older sister’s health complaints, not taking it seriously until it’s too late.

$7.99, available in hard copy only.

 

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Listening to the Dark

Published in Neat Magazine, Winter Issue, 2015

The world has been swallowed by an unrelenting darkness. As food and hope runs out, the insidious void begins to call.

Free to read in PDF, .MOBI, and .EPUB.

2 thoughts on “Published Works

    1. I tend to mainly write horror, yes. I find the genre very versatile and interesting — not only for the ability to explore dark themes and uncomfortable topics but also because of the flexibility it gives you when it comes to writing about the human psyche.

      Growing up, I always enjoyed reading or watching horror, getting that little shiver and having my imagination go wild, seeing monsters in the shadows.

      I can only hope that I inspire the same little chill in my readers!

      Thanks for stopping by and let me know what you think of my writing!

      x P.L. McMillan

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