For my second story, I went with this prompt: a state park employee needs to work a night shift at an isolated visitor center. This location takes nearly an hour to reach by car, yet as a curious weather phenomenon occurs, an after hours visitor shows up…and they didn’t drive there.
Happy Monday and happy first day of my October writing challenge! From today until Sunday, I'll be writing one piece of fiction a day based on your prompts! Today's prompt: An alleged woman friend locks you in the laundry room with a ghost.
The Rules of the Road perfectly captures that lonely and sometimes creepy vibe one experiences when they are on a long, long drive in the nondescript areas of America.
Coming out on October 5th, What One Wouldn't Do is a dark fiction anthology about what people are capable of when it comes to getting what they want -- tales and poems of witchcraft, necromancy, revenge, and sorrow populate this anthology.
True Crime delves into the impacts of childhood trauma including sexual and physical abuse, this isn't a novella for the faint of heart. Unfortunately it fell flat for me in the end.
A ranked list of all the King books I've read!
Just recieved an amazing review from an advanced reader of B is for Beasts. My story, "Mrs. Rumtifusel's Fur Coat" was a hit! Check it out!
My short fiction "Mrs. Rumtifusel's Fur Coat" in B is for Beasts is premiering May 13th. Check out my blog post for a little excerpt, plus a complete Table of contents for the anthology!
Any crime fans out there? You should check out my review of the anthology: Blood Business edited by Joshua Viola and Mario Acevedo, which features half crime and half horror tales, and 100% talent!
Juts finished reading the mammoth horror anthology The Dark Descent. It was worth the long read, check out my spoiler-free review to see why!