Prompt: You are a necromancer who secretly helps the police by bringing back the spirits of murder victims so you can question them about their deaths.
Suicide House Publishing’s second anthology of their Death and Butterflies anthology, Blood and Beetles is available now! It includes my short horror story, “The Artwork of an Arm.”
Prompt: We were “too curious” and, always seeking to know more. They sealed us away in our own realm, and closed us off. Clever little things we are, we figured out how to open the paths again. The Gods, the Fae, and the Elder Horrors all tremble. The humans are coming.
Eldritch Journal #1 is out now, featuring nine stories (four weird fiction, five cosmic horror), including mine: “A Place They Allowed Her to Create.”
It can be read for free on their website!
Prompt: For years you’ve talked to your plants as a form of therapy. One day, one of your plants begins to talk back to you sharing its assessment of you.
Prompt: Aliens are stunned by the thought of “Therapists” and “therapy”. No other species has ever thought about solving individual problems together and as such most aliens believe that this is a trait unique to humans and have begun abducting random humans to deal with their emotional baggage.
Nocturnal Sirens Publishing’s Scary Snippets: Easter Edition is out now! It contains three of my stories. Two are Easter themed: “That Twenty-First Day” and “Goddess With Many Names” and one Saint Patrick’s day themed: “It’s Always Three.”
You can purchase it on Amazon.
Prompt: You are the only person, outside the company, who knows that the AI aren’t artificial. The “AI” are people, but they don’t pretend to be AI of their own will.
Like in previous months, here’s the books I read in March and what I thought about them.
Neon Garden: Issue 7 is out now! It contains my weird (nearing bizarro, too) fiction story, “Flesh Beginnings, Earth Endings.”
It can be read for free here.