April 8, 2020
|There will soon be another free audio story written by me on The Other Stories podcast. My tale, The Chip Truck Man, will appear as part of their series on isolated places. Coming soon to your favorite podcatcher!|
March 21, 2020
|I'm excited to announce one of my stories appears in Crone Girl Press's anthology Coppice & Brake.|
The stories in this anthology are the glimpses of the dark places between the forest and a dream. They are the shadows seeking the last notes of a dying violin. They invite the reader into a world where a condemned man faces his fate over and over and over again. Coppice & Brake is an anthology of dark fiction, featuring tales from the borderlands of horror, speculative fiction, and the nightmare fears that linger even after you turn on the lights.
My story, The Anomaly, is about an aging boxer, who is plagued with a demon after his grandson brings home a magic mirror.
December 13, 2019
|I'm pleased to announce that my short
story, Les Maudits, appears in the new three volume anthology by Soteira Press, The Monsters We Forgot. |
Based on forgotten folklore, The Monsters We Forgot is dedicated to the monsters, myths, urban legends, and eerie fairy tales no one has dared to share… until now.
In my tale, I go back to my roots with a story set in Quebec, Canada, where a blood sucking fiend has terrorized a small town since the time of the fur trade.
All three volume of the anthology was released on December 13th, 2019, and Les Maudits appears in volume one. The ebook is free through Kindle Unlimited. Both the ebook and the paperbackare available for purchase through Amazon.
The audio version of my dark-fantasy short story, The Beautiful Princess, is now available on The Other Stories Podcast as part of their series on cosmic horror.
You can find The Other Stories on Patreon and most podcast apps.
Listen to The Beautiful Princess for free now by clicking here.
No one knows more about urban legends than Molly Heyworth. She’s been studying them for years, hoping to discover a story at the moment it makes the leap from a real-life event to a macabre folktale. When she comes across the Garrison’s video blog, Molly believes her search is over.