Prompt: You’re a private investigator, someone has paid you to keep tabs on their teenage son after noticing increasingly strange behavior from him, what you find out is… disturbing.Continue reading Writing Prompt #151 — Swapping Insides
Midnight Manuscripts Quarterly: Issue #1 has been released! It contains ten short stories with a wide variety of horror, including my Lovecraftian/sci-fi story, “His Son, the Catalyst.”
A just turned 18-year-old son’s given his long lost father’s address from his mother, despite her reservations that his father will be welcoming. When he meets him, he’s eccentric, kind of strange, but his father all the same. He welcomes him into his home, and lets him stay the weekend, but unfortunately for him and eldritch powers, the son won’t around to see Monday.
Prompt: Whales are seen upriver. Dolphins are emerging in Venice. Humanity cheers the resurgence of nature, unaware that these marine animals aren’t making a comeback; they’re running.
Prompt: The Mafia doesn’t tolerate anyone moving in on their turf – especially not the cultists of eldritch, incomprehensible gods.
Continue reading Books of Horror #2 — Out Now!
The Books of Horror Community Anthology was conceptualized with the idea that anyone that had a story to tell, should be given a platform to do so… Collected within this book are stories that span the wide genre that is Horror. Crack open the book and delve in, if you dare.
Prompt: You thought it was just a dream. However the next night you notice scratches on the outside of your bedroom window. The fact that you live on the 13th floor makes them a bit difficult to explain.
Onto another month of reading. Here are my thoughts.
Like in previous months, here’s the books I read in April and what I thought about them.
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!
Stormy Island Publishing’s horror anthology, Fear and Fables, has been released! It includes my Lovecraftian short story, “The Restricted Section.” A tale about a coffee barista who takes his breaks at the library, sitting near the the restricted section on the second floor. He starts to hear noises in the dark aisle and starts to become curious, worried, and soon, with a librarian in tow, discovers what’s in the restricted section.
You can purchase now on Amazon!