Bleached Butterfly Vol. 1:1 is out now, and can be read, for free, on their website. It is brimming with a variety of stories: from horror to science fiction, to supernatural to fantasy. In particular, this volume contains my short, weird story, “Into the Trees.”
If you have time to spare, give it a read. You have nothing to lose!
Z Publishing House has released their collection America’s Emerging Suspense Writers: Connecticut, New York, and Pennsylvania today, including my story, “The Children of the Woods.”
You can purchase America’s Emerging Suspense Writers through their website (if you use this URL, I will kickback from your purchase!) or Amazon.
My first weird/fantasy story has been published today through Havok Publishing. It can be read, for free, on their website HERE for the first 24-hours (it then becomes a part of their member-only website). If you enjoy the story, please consider registering on their site, and voting on the story, which gives me a chance to be published in their anthology.
The Rock N’ Roll Horror Zine’s sixth issue was released today, and can be picked up through Etsy: HERE
This issue contains my story, “A Host Without an Audience.” A story about a radio host who laments about what lead him to become a host of radio show to an audience of zero, and who speaks about the hideous events lead to the end of the world.
Other authors included: Ben Fitts, Charlotte O’Farrell, Ken Goldman, Matthew Wilson, Michael Bitten.
Cover art by: Rose Chateau.
Edit: “A Host Without an Audience” can now be read for free via Rock N’ Roll Horror Zine’s website.
The title story of my third collection, “The Abyss Beyond the Reflection” has been published by Gremlin Creative. You can read it, for free, on their website HERE.
If you enjoy what you’ve read, there’s much more to find in the entire collection, which can be found on Amazon.
Issue #9 of Horror Bites Magazine is out now! It contains seven stories of horror from authors T. Thornton Gray, W.C. Jones, Travis Lee, J.S. Rogers, Ezekiel Kincaid, Dimitar Fabijanic, and myself with my short story, “Cairn Shore.”
The first six people can download it for free through Gumroad by using the code Castle-free.
If you prefer to pick it up elsewhere, it’s available digitally on Amazon as well.
Aphotic Realm released their fifth volume, Eldritch, about a week ago (a bit late to the announcement). It contains ten horrifying, strange stories by a wide variety of authors (including myself) like Jordan Anderson and S.E. Casey, with contributions by John DeLaughter and S.T. Joshi, and beautiful illustrations by Juan Fleites and an artist showcase for Evgeniya Egorova‘s work.
You can purchase Eldritch on Amazon!