Every night at 11:17 p.m., Johnny would fall asleep. He’d sink down into the mattress of the twin-sized bed of his little cabin in the woods. As he descended and sleep came, the world around him disappeared. The forest. The
Sofia licked the frosting from her fingertips. Two minutes ago, the cupcake had been there in her hands, borne of a strange conflagration of flour and sugar and god knows what else. Eggs. Probably eggs. And butter. Animals in the
Today marks the release of Roommates, my third “creepy little bedtime story.” It’s a story I started months ago, then it had to sit for a while for the missing part of the story to come into being. That happened
As I continue my schedule of releasing one new short story on Kindle each month, I’m finishing up work on the third story of 2016. This time I’ll be releasing another unnerving, suspenseful piece – but it won’t be a
About a month ago, I published my first short story: ‘Secret: A Creepy Little Bedtime Story.’ In the time since its release its been read by quite a few of you, and has gotten some great reviews. To follow this,
As I keep working on various short stories to break up the writing of my next novel, I have quite a few ideas on the back burner. One of them involves a radical environmentalist who gets stuck in a tight
So this new short story I’m working on (current title: Roommates) is completely crazy. I’m not quite sure where it’s going, but it’s on its way somewhere. (It’s currently slated to be the third in my series of Kindle short story thrillers).
I’m trying an experiment. While I’m in-between books, I’ve released a very short story on Kindle. I have a few others in my drawer that could work as shorts as well. So I’m testing to see if people will buy