My horror story Things Are Looking Up has been published in the RISE: Stories of the Undead anthology by Wicked Shadow Press. After a man and his wife are in a fatal car accident, the man decides he will do anything to see his wife one more time … even if he has to dig.
My sci-fi horror drabble What It Feels Like to Die has been accepted by Martian Magazine. When you wake up in a Rejuvenator, you don’t remember anything about how you died … even if someone killed you.
My body horror story A Thing of Beauty has been accepted by The Storyteller Series podcast for a full-cast audio production. It’s a story about beauty, vengeance, and fleshcrafting, coming to you in October.
The Storyteller Series did an amazing job with my sci-fi horror story The Door is Open last October, so I can’t wait to hear what they do with A Thing of Beauty.
My horror story Things Are Looking Up has been accepted by Wicked Shadow Press for their upcoming anthology, RISE: Anthology of the Undead. After a man and his wife are in a fatal car accident, the man decides he will do anything to see his wife one more time … even if he has to dig.
In addition, Wicked Shadow Press has also accepted my historical horror story Everything As It Was for their next (still unannounced) anthology.
My sci-fi horror story A Piece of the Sky has been accepted by The Dread Machine. It’s told through the testimony of the surviving member of a two-person asteroid mining crew that picked up an unfortunate souvenir during their expedition.
The audio production of my horror story Breathtaking is now available for free from the Thirteen Podcast. Set in 1930s Oklahoma during the Dust Bowl, it tells the story of a young girl and her brother who see a mysterious woman in white screaming outside their house during a dust storm.
- Sharp Candy. Look before you eat.
- Fresh Sushi. They taste best raw.
- Under Leaves. Bury me next.
- What Remains? Fucked around. Found out.
- Sending Hugs. Never look back.
- Practical Joke. You’ll die laughing.
- The Angel. Just like her mother.
- Curiosity Kills. Look what the cat dragged in.
- Third Eye. You can only keep two.
And, yes, all the stories are required to have two-word titles.
The audio production of my short horror story They Say Crows Can Remember Faces is now available for free from Scare You To Sleep. Shelby Scott is the absolute best in the horror podcasting business, and she proves it once again with her incredible narration and brilliant sound design. This is one of my favorite stories, so I am beyond thrilled to hear it performed and produced so perfectly.
My horror drabble He Has His Father’s Eyes has been accepted into next month’s Dark Moments by Black Hare Press, for their Nephilim theme. It’s hard to believe, but this is my 100th acceptance since I started writing short fiction just 2 1/2 years ago. My very first acceptance was also a drabble with Black Hare Press (In the Water, in the Ancients anthology), so it’s fitting that my 100th is too.