My short horror/sci-fi story The Door Is Open has been published in the Dark Lane Vol. 11 anthology by Dark Lane Books. I have long been a fan of the creepy, distinctive cover art and typology featured on the Dark Lane anthologies, so I’m excited to have a story included in one.
My historical horror story Everything As It Was leads off the The Omens Call anthology from Devil’s Rock Publishing. Available in hardcover, paperback, and Kindle starting today.
My short historical horror story Breathtaking has been published in the Legends of Night anthology by Black Ink Fiction. Set in the 1930’s Dust Bowl, this story is somewhat of a prequel to my story Everything as It Was.
My 100-word abortion horror story Strawberry Jam has been published in the 666 anthology by Black Hare Press. This is a collection of extreme horror, so beware …
My 100-word horror story Third Eye (inspired by the Tool song of the same name) has been published in the Rock Band anthology by Ghost Orchid Press.
My short supernatural horror stories House of Whispers and Dressing Room Seven have been published in the Haunt anthology by Black Hare Press.
Pre-orders are now available for the Rock Band anthology from Ghost Orchid Press, including my Tool-inspired drabble, Third Eye.
My bite-sized horror drabble Malarial has been published in the Bloodlust anthology by Black Ink Fiction.
My short story Dragonsbreath has been published in the Night Terrors Vol. 15 anthology by Scare Street. This is an odd one for me: part contemporary dark fantasy, part horror, and part (gasp!) romance.
Like several of the other Night Terrors anthologies which I’ve been a part of, this one debuted at #1 on the Kindle New Releases list for Horror Anthologies.
My dark novelette Make it a Double has been published in Water Turns Red: An Anthology Of Crime Fiction. It’s a dark cautionary tale about the unintended consequences of unchecked envy and greed. It’s not quite horror, though the ending is plenty horrific. It’s more like an episode of The Twilight Zone written by Hubert Selby Jr. on a bad day.