My short (non-horror) story The Being-a-Mama Challenge was published in Raconteur Literary Magazine, featuring original artwork by my daughter, Celia Benedetto.
My short horror story The Churchyard Grim — loosely based on the English legend of Black Shuck — has been accepted for another Night Terrors anthology by Scare Street.
My short horror tale Leftovers leads off as the first story in the latest Night Terrors anthology by Scare Street.
It’s currently keeping Night Terrors Vol. 1 (which features my story Everything As It Was) company on the Amazon Best Sellers list for Horror Anthologies.
My short underwater horror story A Sinking Feeling has been accepted for another Night Terrors anthology by Scare Street.
My short horror story Those Who Turn From God has been published in the November 2020 issue of Schlock! Webzine.
My drabble Falling was selected as the winner of the Fall 2020 drabble contest by Rune Bear Quarterly, for the theme “Things That Live In Holes.”
Just in time for Halloween, my short horror story They Say Crows Can Remember Faces has been published in the Lockdown Horror #3 anthology by Black Hare Press.
It’s available for free for a limited time from Apple Books and other ebook retailers, or for 99 cents on Amazon Kindle. The paperback is available from Amazon as well.
My short story Firefly has been selected as the winner of the October 2020 Furious Fiction contest by the Australian Writers’ Centre, beating out over 1,200 other entries.
The audiobook version of my short horror story Everything as It Was has been released in audiobook format as part of the Night Terrors Vol. 1 anthology by Scare Street.
My supernatural revenge horror story Those Who Turn From God has been accepted for production by the Tales to Terrify podcast.